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Walk On
Studio album by Boston
Released June 7, 1994
Recorded 1990 - 1993
Genre Rock
Length 44:24 (43:59 on LP)
Label MCA
Producer Tom Scholz
Professional reviews
Boston chronology
Third Stage
Walk On
Greatest Hits

Walk On is the fourth studio album by American band Boston, released in 1994. (See 1994 in music). Walk On is the first and only Boston album to lack Brad Delp as vocalist.

After the overall success of Third Stage, the band began planning a follow-up and writings for Walk On began in 1988. Delp left the band in 1990 to join original Boston guitarist Barry Goudreau in forming RTZ. He returned to Boston for the Walk On tour and for the Corporate America album.

Walk On peaked at #7 on the Billboard 200 and was certified Platinum by the RIAA on September 8, 1994.[1][2]

The Walk On tour ran from 1994-1995 in both the US and around the world, with both Delp and Walk On album lead singer Fran Cosmo on vocals.

The final eight pages of the album's booklet are titled "Walk On -- Against Violence and Cruelty" and are dedicated to preventing Domestic Abuse and Animal Cruelty, providing contact information of numerous organizations, including The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and The Humane Society. The band would do similarly in their next album.

Track listing

# Title Writer(s) Length
1. "I Need Your Love"   Tom Scholz, Fred Sampson 5:33
2. "Surrender to Me"   Scholz, David Sikes, Bobby Laquidara 5:34
3. "Livin' for You"   Scholz 4:58
4. "Walkin' at Night"   Scholz 2:02
5. "Walk On"   Scholz, Brad Delp, Sikes 2:58
6. "Get Organ-ized/Get Reorgan-ized"   Scholz 4:28
7. "Walk On (Some More)"   Scholz, Delp, Sikes 2:55
8. "What's Your Name"   Scholz 4:28
9. "Magdalene"   Scholz, Sikes, Galen Toye Foulke 5:58
10. "We Can Make It"   Scholz, Sikes, Bob Cedro 5:30

Tracks 4, 5, 6, and 7 are all part of one long song, but are separate indexes on the CD. "Walkin' at Night" and "Get Organ-ized" are instrumentals. On the LP release, "Get Organ-ized" was split across the two sides of the record, with the portion on Side Two named "Get Reorgan-ized." Track 9 was originally written by the little known central Pennsylvania band Hybrid Ice.



  • Producer: Tom Scholz
  • Engineer: Tom Scholz
  • Assistant Engineers: Gary Pihl, David Sikes
  • Mastering: Ted Jensen
  • Arranger: Tom Scholz
  • Design: Ron Larson
  • Cover Art Concept: Andy Engel
  • Illustrations: Ron Larson



Year Chart Position
1994 Billboard 200[1] 7


Year Single Chart Position
1994 "I Need Your Love" Mainstream Rock Tracks 4
1994 "I Need Your Love" The Billboard Hot 100 51
1994 "I Need Your Love" Top 40 Mainstream 35
1994 "Walk On Medley: Walk On" Mainstream Rock Tracks 14




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