|Origin||Topeka, Kansas, USA|
|Genre(s)||Progressive rock, hard rock,Christian Rock|
|Years active||1972 – present|
|Label(s)||Sony BMG/Kirshner/CBS Associated/Epic, MCA, Intersound, River North, King Biscuit Flower, Magna Carta, Compendia, Sony Special Products|
Kansas is an American progressive rock band which became a popular arena rock group in the 1970s, with hit singles such as "Carry On Wayward Son" and "Dust in the Wind". Kansas ( is a Midwestern state in the central region of the United States of America, an area often referred to as the American " The United States of America —commonly referred to as the A music genre is a categorical and typological construct that identifies musical sounds as belonging to a particular category and type of music that can be distinguished from other Progressive rock (often shortened to " progressive " " prog " or " prog rock " is a form of Rock music that evolved Hard rock (also referred to as heavy rock) is a variation of Rock music which has its earliest roots in mid-1960s garage and Psychedelic rock Christian rock (occasionally abbreviated CR) is a form of Rock music played by bands whose members are Christians and who often focus the lyrics on In the Music industry, a record label can be a Brand and a Trademark associated with the Marketing of music recordings and Music Sony BMG Music Entertainment is a diverse music and entertainment group Epic Records is an American Record label. It is owned and operated by Sony Music Entertainment. MCA Records was an American -based record company owned by MCA Inc Neighborhoods Cabrini-Green See also Cabrini-Green Cabrini-Green was a notorious Public housing project Magna Carta Records is an Independent record label formed in 1989 by Peter Morticelli and his partner Mike Varney A compendium is a concise yet comprehensive compilation of a body of Knowledge. Phil Ehart is the drummer in the rock band Kansas, who along with Rich Williams, has appeared on every Kansas album Billy Greer is the current Bass guitarist for the band Kansas. Rich Williams (born February 1, 1951 in Topeka Kansas, US) is the Guitarist for the Rock band Kansas, Steve Walsh (born June 15, 1951 in St Louis Missouri) is the singer and song-writer of the 1970s to present Progressive rock band Kansas David Ragsdale, violinist for Kansas, started violin at the age of three Robby Steinhardt (born May 25, 1950) is a rock Violinist, and Singer best known for his work with the group Kansas, for Dave Hope ( October 7, 1949) played bass guitar for the American rock band Kansas from 1973 until the band split in 1983 Kerry Livgren (born September 18, 1949) is an American Musician and Songwriter, best known as one of the founding members and John Elefante is an American Contemporary Christian Music singer songwriter performer and producer. Steven J Morse (born July 28, 1954 in Hamilton Ohio) is an American Guitarist, best known as the founder for the Dixie The United States of America —commonly referred to as the Progressive rock (often shortened to " progressive " " prog " or " prog rock " is a form of Rock music that evolved " Carry on Wayward Son " (often misnamed due to the lyrics as " Carry on My Wayward Son " is a hit Progressive rock single recorded by " Dust in the Wind " is a hit single released by the American Progressive rock band Kansas in 1977 Kansas has remained a classic rock radio staple and a popular touring act in North America and Europe. Classic rock was originally conceived as a Radio station programming format which evolved from the Album oriented rock (AOR format in the early-1980s
Dave Hope (bass guitar), Phil Ehart (drums), and Kerry Livgren (guitar, and later keyboards) formed the progressive rock group named Kansas in 1970 in their hometown of Topeka, Kansas, along with vocalist Lynn Meredith from Manhattan, Kansas, keyboardist Don Montre, keyboardist Dan Wright, and saxophonist Larry Baker. Dave Hope ( October 7, 1949) played bass guitar for the American rock band Kansas from 1973 until the band split in 1983 Phil Ehart is the drummer in the rock band Kansas, who along with Rich Williams, has appeared on every Kansas album Kerry Livgren (born September 18, 1949) is an American Musician and Songwriter, best known as one of the founding members and Topeka ( Kansa: Tó Ppí Kˀé ˌto ˈpːi ˌkˀeɪ Ioway: Dó Pí Kˀé ˌto ˈpʰi ˌkˀeɪ Lynn Meredith was a founding member of Kansas (versions 1 and 2 Manhattan is a city in Pottawatomie and Riley counties in the northeastern part of the U Dan Wright is the keyboard player for the band Proto-Kaw. A strong soloist Dan’s creative style and use of odd effects became another trademark with the Kansas II sound
A year earlier, Lynn Meredith, Don Montre, Dan Wright and Kerry Livgren were performing in a band called The Reasons Why. Dan Wright is the keyboard player for the band Proto-Kaw. A strong soloist Dan’s creative style and use of odd effects became another trademark with the Kansas II sound After the band changed their name to Saratoga, they started playing Livgren's original material with Scott Kessler playing bass and Zeke Lowe on drums. In 1970, they changed their name again to Kansas and added band members. This first lineup of Kansas, which lasted until 1971, when Ehart left for England, is referred to as Kansas I.
Ehart was replaced by Zeke Lowe and later Brad Schulz, Hope was replaced by Rod Mikinski on bass, and Baker was replaced by John Bolton on saxophone and flute. In the meantime, Ehart and Hope formed a group called White Clover with Robby Steinhardt (violin, vocals), Steve Walsh (keyboards, vocals) and Rich Williams (guitar). Robby Steinhardt (born May 25, 1950) is a rock Violinist, and Singer best known for his work with the group Kansas, for Steve Walsh (born June 15, 1951 in St Louis Missouri) is the singer and song-writer of the 1970s to present Progressive rock band Kansas Rich Williams (born February 1, 1951 in Topeka Kansas, US) is the Guitarist for the Rock band Kansas, They changed their name to Kansas when they recruited Livgren from the second Kansas group, which then folded.  The third line-up of the band, called Kansas III, received a record deal with Don Kirshner's eponymous label, and they recorded the first Kansas album shortly thereafter. Don Kirshner (born April 17, 1934) known as The Man With the Golden Ear is an American song publisher and rock producer who is best known for managing
The debut album, Kansas (#174), which was released in 1974, showcased Kansas' signature mix of guitars, keyboards, vocals, and Steinhardt's violin style, which merged American-style boogie-rock with complex, symphonic arrangements and changing time signatures. Kansas is the Self-titled debut Album by American Progressive rock band Kansas, released in 1974 (see 1974 in music Their sound bore the marks of late-1960s, early 1970s progressive rock, such as Genesis and Emerson, Lake, and Palmer. Genesis are an English rock band formed in 1967 With approximately 150 million albums sold worldwide Genesis are among the top 30 highest-selling recording artists Emerson Lake & Palmer ( ELP) were an English Progressive rock supergroup. Promotion by Kirshner and touring behind the debut album and its two follow ups, Song for America (#57) and Masque (#70), increased awareness of Kansas. Song for America is the second Album by American rock band Kansas, released in 1975 (see 1975 in music) Masque is the third Album by US rock band Kansas, released in 1975 (see 1975 in music)
On the strength of the major hit single "Carry On Wayward Son" (#11) the band's fourth album, Leftoverture, released in 1976, on which Steinhardt added viola and Walsh added vibraphone to their work, (#5), was a hit which garnered a lot of airplay on the burgeoning AOR radio format. " Carry on Wayward Son " (often misnamed due to the lyrics as " Carry on My Wayward Son " is a hit Progressive rock single recorded by Leftoverture is the fourth Album by American rock band Kansas, released in 1976. The viola is a bowed String instrument. It is the middle voice of the Violin family, The vibraphone, sometimes called the vibraharp or simply the vibes, is a Musical instrument in the mallet subfamily of the percussion family Album-oriented rock (sometimes referred to as Adult-oriented rock or as West Coast Rock) abbreviated AOR and originally called album-oriented radio The follow up Point of Know Return (#4), released in 1977, featured the title track (#28) and "Dust in the Wind" (#6), both hit singles. Point of Know Return is the fifth Album by American rock band Kansas, released in 1977 (see 1977 in music) " Dust in the Wind " is a hit single released by the American Progressive rock band Kansas in 1977
Both albums had unique album covers, with Leftoverture featuring a DaVinci-like old man on the cover, and Point of Know Return depicting a ship teetering over the edge of the world. Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci ( April 15 1452 – May 2 1519 was an Italian Polymath, having been a scientist Mathematician, Engineer Both albums have sold over 4 million copies in the USA alone. Both Carry On Wayward Son and Dust in the Wind were certified Gold singles, selling over one million units each.
During this period, Kansas became an important arena rock act, becoming a major headlining act for several years, and selling out the largest venues available to rock bands at the time (e. g. New York City's Madison Square Garden). Madison Square Garden, often abbreviated as MSG, and known colloquially as The Garden, has been the name of four Arenas in New York City. The band documented this era with its first live recording, 1978's double live album Two For The Show, a snapshot of various performances from the 1977 and 1978 tours supporting Point Of Know Return.
Kansas self-produced their follow-up to Point Of Know Return. The 1979 album Monolith (#10) featured lyrics influenced by The Urantia Book and Native American themes. Monolith is the sixth studio Album, and seventh album overall by American rock band Kansas, released in 1979 (see 1979 in music The Urantia Book (also sometimes called The Urantia Papers or the Fifth Epochal Revelation) is a spiritual and philosophical "Kansas" itself is a toponym derived from the Kansa tribe, whose name is widely believed to mean "People of the South Wind. Toponymy refers to the scientific study of place-names ( toponyms) their origins meanings use and Typology. " The starkly expressive album cover depicts Plains Indians in traditional dress and space suit helmets living in a settlement under the ruins of highway overpasses. While the album produced a top 40 single in "People of the South Wind" (#23), both the band and the label were disappointed in Monolith's failure to produce sales or radio airplay close to its two predecessors. Nevertheless, the album went Platinum and the Platinum record hangs in the Kansas State Historical Society. 
Kansas' band members began to drift apart in the early 1980s. Kerry Livgren became a born-again Christian, and this was reflected in his lyrics on the next three albums, beginning with Audio-Visions (#26), and especially on the top 40 single ("Hold On") released from that album. Audio-Visions is the seventh studio Album, and eighth album overall by American rock band Kansas, released in 1980 (see Dave Hope soon converted to Christianity as well. Dave Hope ( October 7, 1949) played bass guitar for the American rock band Kansas from 1973 until the band split in 1983 Walsh left to form a new band, Streets. For the English rapper born Mike Skinner see The Streets. Streets was a band made up of singer Steve Walsh, guitarist Walsh was replaced by vocalist John Elefante, also a born-again Christian, who along with his brother Dino, later became known for producing albums for Christian rock bands including Sweet Comfort Band, Petra, Bride, Rick Cua, and Guardian. John Elefante is an American Contemporary Christian Music singer songwriter performer and producer. Sweet Comfort Band was a Christian rock band who were active from the mid-1970s until 1984 Petra was a prominent Christian rock band regarded by many as a pioneer of the Christian rock and of the Contemporary Christian music genres Bride is a Christian Heavy Metal / Hard rock band formed in the 80s by brothers Dale and Troy Thompson. Rick Cua (born December 3, 1948 in Syracuse New York) is an American Dove Award and Grammy Award -winning Christian Guardian is a Contemporary Christian Music Christian Metal band that was originally formed in the 80's
Kansas' first album with Elefante, Vinyl Confessions (#16), released in 1982, was their most successful studio release since Point of Know Return. Vinyl Confessions is the eighth studio Album, and ninth album overall by American rock band Kansas, released in 1982 (see 1982 Point of Know Return is the fifth Album by American rock band Kansas, released in 1977 (see 1977 in music) The record renewed interest in the group and generated the band's first top twenty hit in several years with "Play the Game Tonight" (#17). The album's overtly Christian lyrics attracted an entirely new audience of evangelical Christians, who used lyrics from the record in religious tracts handed out after Kansas concerts. A tract is a literary work, and in current usage usually Religious in nature However, sales of the album fell just shy of gold status, and to this day the album has not been certified gold, unlike all of the band's prior releases.
By 1983, Kansas had scheduled time to record their next album, but Robby Steinhardt failed to show up to record the album. Kerry Livgren was holding back some of the more Christian content for his second solo album. Kansas' next release Drastic Measures (#41) was written mostly by the Elefante brothers, with just three tracks from Livgren. Drastic Measures is the ninth studio Album, and tenth album overall by American rock band Kansas, released in 1983 (see 1983 The change in musical direction was closer to the sound of 1980's bands Loverboy or Foreigner than Kansas' earlier work. Loverboy is a Canadian rock group formed in 1980 in Calgary Alberta. Foreigner is a rock band formed in New York City in 1976 by veteran musicians Mick Jones and ex- King Crimson member Ian McDonald, In fact, the first single from the album, Elefante's "Fight Fire With Fire," had a synthesizer/guitar-driven hard-rock sound similar to Loverboy. The single didn't crack the Top 40 on the Pop Charts, but reached #3 on the then recently created Billboard Mainstream Rock Chart, making the highest chart position of any Kansas release on any chart.
Livgren had always felt that he wanted the music industry to produce more commercially viable material, and ironically such attempts always led to commercial failure, while their most successful material was never intended as hits. But the band's new direction did seem more commercially directed on Drastic Measures, and this was reflected in the lyrics of "Mainstream", which was a criticism of the dominant mindset within the music industry, which ironically the very album it was on was coming closer to reflecting. Drastic Measures is the ninth studio Album, and tenth album overall by American rock band Kansas, released in 1983 (see 1983
During the Elefante years, Livgren and Hope had been feeling more distant with the rest of the band, and Livgren was becoming increasingly uncomfortable with Kansas representing his Christian worldview. After a final New Years' Eve performance on December 31, 1983, Livgren and Hope left to form AD with former Bloodrock member Warren Ham, who had toured with Kansas in 1982, and Michael Gleason, who had toured with Kansas in 1983. Events 406 – Vandals, Alans and Suebians cross the Rhine, beginning an invasion of Gallia. Year 1983 ( MCMLXXXIII) was a Common year starting on Saturday (link displays the 1983 Gregorian calendar) AD was a 1980s Christian rock band featuring former Kansas members Kerry Livgren and Dave Hope, and former Bloodrock member Bloodrock was a Fort Worth Texas -based (hard Rock & roll band in the 1970s They were joined by drummer Dennis Holt. Elefante, Ehart, and Williams sought to continue, as demonstrated by their recording of one more song ("Perfect Lover") which would appear on 1984's retrospective The Best of Kansas, but that was the last effort by the band with Elefante, whose main attraction to the band had been Livgren, and Kansas came to an end later that year. The Best of Kansas was the first compilation album from the American rock band Kansas. In recent years, Elefante has become a popular contemporary Christian music singer and has never again performed with Kansas in any of its reconstituted lineups. Contemporary Christian Music (or CCM; also by its religious neutral term " inspirational music " is a genre of Popular music which is
In 1985, the band came back together with Walsh but without Livgren, Hope, and Steinhardt. They released Power in 1986 with new bassist Billy Greer (whom Walsh had worked with in Streets), guitarist Steve Morse (formerly of the Dixie Dregs, who has since gone on to rejoin that band and has been a member of Deep Purple since the mid-1990's) and, notably, no violin player (though in concert, Morse would perform the solo on "Dust in the Wind" on a violin). This article is about the Kansas album For the Q and Not U album see Power (Q and Not U album Power is the tenth studio Billy Greer is the current Bass guitarist for the band Kansas. Steven J Morse (born July 28, 1954 in Hamilton Ohio) is an American Guitarist, best known as the founder for the Dixie The Dixie Dregs are a Jazz fusion band formed in the 1970s Their mostly instrumental music fuses Jazz, Southern rock, bluegrass and classical "All I Wanted," from Power became the last Kansas single to hit the Billboard Magazine Top 20 charts. See Billboard (Turkish magazine Billboard is a weekly American Magazine devoted to the Music industry 1988 saw the release of this lineup's second album, In the Spirit of Things, a favorite of several band members but a commercial failure. In the Spirit of Things is the 11th studio Album, and 13th overall by American rock band Kansas, released in 1988 (see 1988 Morse left the band at the end of this tour. The band made promotional videos for a number of songs during this era, several of which received regular play on MTV.
In 1990, a German promoter arranged to reunite all the original members of Kansas III except Steinhardt for a European tour. Greer joined them, along with keyboardist Greg Robert, who had been touring with them in the Steve Morse years. At the end of the tour, Hope left again but Livgren remained on into 1991, which also saw the return of the violin but this time in the hands of David Ragsdale. David Ragsdale, violinist for Kansas, started violin at the age of three Livgren left during the 1991 tour, to be replaced temporarily by Steve Morse again. After the tour, Morse left, saying that David Ragsdale could cover the extra guitar parts, leaving Rich Williams as the primary guitar player. The resulting lineup of Ehart, Greer, Ragsdale, Robert, Walsh, Williams lasted from 1992 through 1997. This period saw one live album and videocassette, Live at the Whisky, in 1992, and the 1995 Freaks of Nature. Live at the Whisky is the 15th Album, and second live recording by American rock band Kansas, released in 1992 (see 1992 in Freaks of Nature is the 12th studio Album, and 16th overall by American rock band Kansas, released in 1995 (see 1995 in music On July 28 1996, Kansas was inducted into the RockWalk of Fame in Hollywood.
In 1997, Robert and Ragsdale left the band, and Robby Steinhardt returned. The following year they recorded Always Never the Same with the London Symphony Orchestra as a sixth band member, featuring mostly older songs alongside a few new ones and one cover (Eleanor Rigby by The Beatles). Always Never the Same is the 13th studio Album, and 18th overall by American rock band Kansas, released in 1998 (see 1998 The London Symphony Orchestra ( LSO) is one of the major orchestras of the United Kingdom. " Eleanor Rigsby " is a song by The Beatles, originally released on the 1966 Album Revolver. The Beatles were a pop and rock band from Liverpool, England formed in 1960 Kansas has continued to tour, but the band has never been able to regain mass popularity or critical notice despite the media attention generated by the reunion album Somewhere to Elsewhere, an album that featured all original members of Kansas III plus Greer, with all songs written by Livgren. Somewhere to Elsewhere is the 14th studio Album, and 20th overall by American rock band Kansas, released in 2000 (see 2000 in The album sold well on the Internet when it was first released, charting at Number 13 on the Billboard Internet album chart its first week.
In 2000 Kansas toured as opening act support of Yes during their "Masterworks" tour. Yes are an English Progressive rock band that formed in London in 1968. In 2002, Kansas II, the Kansas lineup before the group that recorded the first album, released an album of demos and live material they had recorded from 1971-1973. For legal reasons and a desire not to ride on the success of Kansas III, they decided to use the name Proto-Kaw. Proto-Kaw is an American Progressive rock band Featuring Kansas guitarist Kerry Livgren the group is a reformation of a band formed in the early seventies which This led to a new album by most of the Kansas II members called Before Became After in 2004 and simultaneous tours by both Kansas groups. Before Became After is a reunion album from the original Kansas II lineup under their new name of Proto-Kaw. Proto-Kaw released a third album in 2006, entitled The Wait of Glory. The Wait of Glory is the third Album from Proto-Kaw after their retrospective initial release and Debut new recording Before Became After
Kansas toured again in 2006. The tour was delayed for a few weeks in connection with the announcement that original violinist and secondary lead singer Robby Steinhardt had left the band.  He had left in 1983 but returned in 1997. Robby was a central part of the band's live shows, acting as the emcee during both tenures with the band. David Ragsdale has subsequently returned to the lineup at violin. The band is on tour again in 2007. As announced on the Kansas website, four of the five members of the current Kansas lineup (Phil Ehart, David Ragsdale, Richard Williams and Billy Greer) have formed a recording project entitled Native Window. The lineup (featuring Greer on lead vocals) is intent on recording an album throughout Summer 2007. A mid to late 2008 release date is likely.
With classic rock continuing to be a strong genre of music, Kansas's influence has continued to inspire bands. "Carry On Wayward Son" has been covered by bands such as Rachel Rachel, Critical Mass, Dream Theater, The Showdown, Yngwie J. Malmsteen, and even country superstars The Oak Ridge Boys. Critical Mass is a Christian rock band from the Waterloo Region of Ontario Canada. Dream Theater is an American Progressive metal band formed in 1985 under the name " Majesty " by John Myung, John Petrucci The Showdown is a Christian Metalcore and Southern metal, band based in Elizabethton Tennessee. Yngwie Johann Malmsteen (ˈɪŋveɪ ˈmɑːlmstiːn in English (born Lars Johan Yngve Lannerbäck on June 30 1963 in Stockholm Sweden) is a Swedish The Oak Ridge Boys are a country and gospel group that is based in the United States. The song has appeared on album soundtracks for the movies Heroes and Anchorman, and being played during a scene in the Adam Sandler film Happy Gilmore. Anchorman The Legend of Ron Burgundy is a Comedy film which was released on July 9, 2004. Happy Gilmore is a 1996 American sports Comedy film directed by Dennis Dugan and starring Adam Sandler as the (where it is featured as the ending credits song). "Carry On Wayward Son" is also featured in Guitar Hero II. Most recently the song was featured in an episode of the popular animated TV series South Park. "Guitar Queer-O" is episode 1113 (#166 of Comedy Central 's South Park, which was broadcast on November 7 2007. South Park is an animated American television comedy series created and written by Trey Parker and Matt Stone for Comedy Central It has also been played on the hit tv series Supernatural (TV series) and the band is mentioned as one of Dean Winchester's favourites. Supernatural is an American horror television series regarding the Paranormal. Dean Winchester is a Fictional character on The CW Television Network 's Supernatural, portrayed by Jensen Ackles.
Progressive metal band Vanden Plas has covered Kansas, making a somewhat heavier cover of "Point of Know Return. Progressive metal (often referred to simply as prog metal) is a sub-genre of Heavy metal music which blends the powerful guitar-driven sound of metal with the complex Vanden Plas is a German Progressive metal band based in Kaiserslautern and founded in the mid 1980s " The band's biggest single, "Dust in the Wind," was later used in Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, a Subaru commercial, and in the film Old School. Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure ( 1989) is an American comedy / Science fiction Movie in which two Slackers Old School is a 2003 comedy motion picture released by DreamWorks, about three thirty-somethings who seek to re-live their college days It was also prominently featured in several episodes of the television series Highlander. Highlander The Series is an English language Fantasy / Sci-fi Television series featuring Duncan MacLeod ( Adrian Paul
The single was certified Gold as a digital download by the RIAA in 2005, almost 30 years after it sold 1 million copies as a single. "Dust in the Wind" has been covered by Sarah Brightman, the German rock band Scorpions (during their 2001 acoustic album Acoustica), Christian artists Billy Smiley and Acappella and by former New York Yankees center fielder and aspiring jazz guitarist Bernie Williams on his 2004 debut album The Journey Within. Sarah Brightman (born 14 August 1960 is an English classical crossover Soprano, actress songwriter and dancer Scorpions are a heavy metal / Hard rock band from Hanover, Germany, probably best known for their 1980s rock anthem " Rock You Like a The New York Yankees are a professional baseball team based in the borough of The Bronx, in New York City, New York. Bernabé Figueroa Williams (born September 13 1968 is a Puerto Rican former Major League Baseball Outfielder and a Guitar -playing In 2006, ex-Kansas lead singer John Elefante also covered "Dust in the Wind" as a single. John Elefante is an American Contemporary Christian Music singer songwriter performer and producer.
(NOTE: Year indicates the year in which the single was released)
|Year||Song||US Hot 100||US Mainstream Rock||US Adult Contemporary||Album|
|1974||"Can I Tell You"||–||–||–||Kansas|
|1975||"Bringing It Back"||–||–||–||Kansas|
|1975||"Song For America" (radio edit)||–||–||–||Song for America|
|1976||"It Takes A Woman's Love (To Make A Man)"||–||–||–||Masque|
|1976||"Carry On Wayward Son"||#11 (certified gold single)||–||–||Leftoverture|
|1977||"What's On My Mind"||–||–||–||Leftoverture|
|1977||"Point of Know Return"||#28||–||–||Point of Know Return|
|1978||"Dust in the Wind"||#6 (certified gold single and download)||–||–||Point of Know Return|
|1978||"Portrait (He Knew)"||#64||–||–||Point of Know Return|
|1979||"Lonely Wind"||#60||–||–||Two for the Show|
|1979||"People Of The South Wind"||#23||–||–||Monolith|
|1979||"Reason To Be"||#52||–||–||Monolith|
|1980||"Got To Rock On"||#76||–||–||Audio-Visions|
|1982||"Play The Game Tonight"||#17||#4||–||Vinyl Confessions|
|1982||"Right Away"||#73||#33||–||Vinyl Confessions|
|1982||"Chasing Shadows"||–||#54||–||Vinyl Confessions|
|1983||"Fight Fire With Fire"||#58||#3||–||Drastic Measures|
|1983||"Everybody's My Friend"||–||#34||–||Drastic Measures|
|1986||"All I Wanted"||#19||#10||#14||Power|
|1987||"Can't Cry Anymore"||–||–||–||Power|
|1988||"Stand Beside Me"||–||#13||–||In the Spirit of Things|
|1995||"Desperate Times"||–||–||–||Freaks of Nature|
|1995||"Hope Once Again" (radio edit)||–||–||–||Freaks of Nature|