|Studio album by|
|Genre||Progressive pop, progressive rock, glam rock, pop rock|
|Label||Vertigo Records (original UK release)|
Mercury Records (original US release)
Renaissance Recordings (2008 reissue)
|Producer||Robert John "Mutt" Lange|
|City Boy chronology|
City Boy is the debut album from the English rock band City Boy.
|1.||"(Moonlight) Shake My Head and Leave"||Steve Broughton, Lol Mason, Max Thomas||4:25|
|2.||"Deadly Delicious"||Lol Mason, Mike Slamer||4:39|
|3.||"Surgery Hours (Doctor Doctor)"||3:04|
|4.||"Sunset Boulevard"||Steve Broughton, Lol Mason, Max Thomas||6:17|
|5.||"Oddball Dance"||Chris Dunn, Lol Mason, Mike Slamer, Max Thomas||5:04|
|6.||"5000 Years/Don't Know Can't Tell"||8:40|
|7.||"The Hap-Ki-Do Kid"||3:12|
|8.||"The Greatest Story Ever Told"||��||4:46|
- Lol Mason - lead vocals, percussion
- Mike Slamer - lead and rhythm guitars, backing vocals
- Steve Broughton - rhythm and 12-string guitars, lead vocals, mandolin, percussion
- Max Thomas - keyboards, backing vocals, 12-string guitar
- Chris Dunn - bass, backing vocals, acoustic guitar
- Roger Kent - drums, percussion
Cherry Red reissue
Press releases inform these releases are re-mastered from original tapes, and that this is the first official release of these albums on CD.
- Boldman, Gina. "City Boy - City Boy". AllMusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2013-03-05.
- Cherry Red Records (May 2015). "Young Men Gone West / Book Early EXPANDED EDITION - City Boy". Cherry Red Records. Retrieved 11 June 2015.
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