Club Michelle

Album: Where's The Party? (1983)
Charted: 66
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  • Along with "Big Crash," this was one of two singles to chart from Eddie Money's fifth album, Where's The Party?. It tells the story about meeting a girl at a club. He wants to see her again, but can't find her anywhere. >>
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    Mike - Santa Barbara, CA
  • Money wrote the song with Mitchell Froom, Ray Burton and Ralph Carter. Froom also played synthesizer on the track. Money's co-producer on the album was Tom Dowd, who started working with Money on his previous album, No Control.


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