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Superpower (1989)

Updated: Jan 8


Superpower is the seventh, and to date, final studio album by the Christian music husband and wife duo Farrell and Farrell. This is their first and only album released on Word Records' DaySpring label in 1989.


Superpower is produced by Mike Demus and Tom Hemby with Bob Farrell serving as executive producer. Both Demus and Hemby are studio musicians and songwriters. The album is a departure from their new wave/techno pop of their previous albums, especially from the Star Song Records period from 1984 to 1987. It is a straight-ahead pop album with some of the techno/pop sound scaled back, going back to their contemporary pop when they were on the NewPax label of the late 1970s and early 1980s. A music video was made for the track "Heart of the Homeless." In 1991 after the release of Superpower, the duo decided to retire from touring and recording, although wife Jayne does some occasional solo touring, husband Bob wanted to focus more on songwriting and producing.


Track listing


1. Superpower (Bob Farrell, Mike Demus, Dave Robbins) -5:03

2. It's Gonna Take Love (Bob Farrell, Mike Demus) -3:33

3. Eyes on You (Bob Farrell, Mike Demus) -3:52

4. Heart of the Homeless (Bob Farrell, Van Stephenson) -3:53

5. Follow You (Bob Farrell, Mike Demus) -4:42

6. Graphic (Bob Farrell, Tom Hemby) -3:57

7. Takin' it Home (Bob Farrell) -5:16

8. Eternity in Their Hearts (Bob Farrell, Dave Robbins) -3:21

9. Find a Way to Love (Bob Farrell, Eddie DeGarmo, Dana Key, Dave Ribbons)

-4:14

10. Every Day of Your Life (Bob Farrell, Tom Hemby) -3:27

11. Crowns (Bob Farrell) -3:26


Radio singles

1989 "Superpower" -#15 Christian CHR

1989 "Eternity in Their Hearts" -#6 Christian CHR, #21 Christian AC

1989 "It's Gonna Take Love" -#8 Christian CHR, #17 Christian AC

1990 "Heart of the Homeless" -#11 Christian CHR, #12 Christian AC


Previous release: Manifesto (1986)


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