Tracy Chapman - Tracy Chapman

Tracy Chapman

Tracy Chapman

  • Genre: Singer/Songwriter
  • Release Date: 1988-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 1988 Elektra/Asylum Records for the United States and WEA International for the world


Title Artist Time
Talkin' Bout a Revolution Tracy Chapman 2:41
Fast Car Tracy Chapman 4:56
Across the Lines Tracy Chapman 3:24
Behind the Wall Tracy Chapman 1:49
Baby Can I Hold You Tracy Chapman 3:13
Mountains O' Things Tracy Chapman 4:39
She's Got Her Ticket Tracy Chapman 3:54
Why? Tracy Chapman 2:06
For My Lover Tracy Chapman 3:12
If Not Now... Tracy Chapman 3:01
For You Tracy Chapman 3:09


  • Racism was alive back then

    By Honest/blunt
    It’s amazing, I didn’t realize the racist overtones and the anti-white lyrics of this artist. It’s a shame the singer fell into the very racism she was probably trying to prevent. I came here for the “fast car” song, but I never knew these others.
  • Timeless

    By amkdc
    Heard “Baby Can I Hold You” recently and was reminded how much I loved that song and this album. It the occurred to me it’s now 30 years old. It’s timeless. Meant s lot to me in college and it’s like discovering an old friend.
  • Nothing more pure, true, and beautiful

    By Squirrely Legs
    Absolutely loved this album at nine years old and still do at 37 years old !!!!
  • Still awesome

    By Coldbear76
    After so many years, this has not lost its power... As a matter of fact, it’s just the opposite!
  • How fast is your car?

    By Hannah8568
    Walking to work fast car popped into my head. And in that ten minute walk I remembered being in high school. Liking almost every genre of music except folk music. And at that moment, adding what is essentially the folk music of my generation, to that list. (Ok, James Taylor was the exception, but not enough till that point to make me add folk music to my list)!
  • "Fast Car"

    By Adventure time fan 2007
    Hi! I love this song "Fast Car" my fav song :)
  • If you want to listen to the human condition

    By Dampa Denkins
    This is pure art. One of the life changing listens. ❤
  • One of the best albums of the 80s

    By Jubileedoo
    Tracy Chapman managed to strike a lot of chords with this seminal album. Songs full of emotion and reflection, anger, angst, desire, longing. "Talkin' Bout A Revolution" reminded me so much of Patti Smith's "Frederick" from the 1970s, how it starts off softly, then builds to a wonderful, driving beat. Kind of like making love. Still one of the best albums of the 1980s from a woman who, at the time, was unique. Kind of like Joan Armatrading in this respect, she makes her own music and no one else sounds like her.
  • Legendary

    By stflora
    This is one of the greatest singer-songwriter albums of all time. There's not a single bad song on this. Her voice is so smooth and beautiful, yet packed with so much emotion and passion. Her lyrics are real and honest; she knows how to write an incredible song. This is one of those records that moves me to the core every time I listen to it. It's a record I've grown up with, and it's shaped me in so many ways. Tracy Chapman is at her finest here (not than any of her other albums aren't spectacular), and if this album isn't already a favorite, it soon will be. Favorite songs: Fast Car Talkin' 'Bout A Revolution Behind The Wall She's Got Her Ticket Why? For My Lover Least favorite: Couldn't pick if you paid me
  • One of the greats

    By Moroni Warriors

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