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Starship - No Protection

Starship - No Protection

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    No Protection is the second studio album by American rock band Starship. It was released on July 27, 1987, by Grunt Records and RCA Records. The album featured the number-one single "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now", and the top-10 single "It's Not Over ('Til It's Over)", the former of which appears in the fantasy comedy film Mannequin and the latter of which was a tune originally performed the previous year by one-time Manfred Mann's Earth Band frontman Chris Thompson for the soundtrack to the film Playing for Keeps.

    This was the last album which was released through Grunt Records, and the final Starship album to feature vocalist Grace Slick, who left the band in 1988 and rejoined Jefferson Airplane for their reunion tour and self-titled reunion album, Jefferson Airplane, in 1989. The Diane Warren-penned ballad "Set the Night to Music" was covered in 1991 as a duet between R&B singer Roberta Flack and reggae singer Maxi Priest, released as a single from Flack's album Set the Night to Music.

    Tracklist

    A1 Beat Patrol
    4:25
    A2 Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now
    4:29
    A3 It's Not Over ('Til It's Over)
    4:18
    A4 Girls Like You
    4:15
    A5 Wings Of A Lie
    4:57
    B1 The Children
    5:40
    B2 I Don't Know
    4:15
    B3 Transatlantic
    4:05
    B4 Babylon
    4:30
    B5 Set The Night To Music
    4:40