|1||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Road Racer|
|2||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Terminator|
|3||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Dirt Track Rider|
|4||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Formula One|
|5||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Minute To Go|
|6||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Cult|
|7||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Thrills & Spills|
|8||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Power Rock|
|9||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Harley Davidson|
|10||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Open Road|
|11||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Country Rock|
|12||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Get Back|
|13||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Back In The Country|
|14||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Nashville Freeway|
|15||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Nevada|
|16||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Long Bends|
|17||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Folk Images|
|18||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Rock Anthem|
|19||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Airborne|
|20||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Rockman|
|21||–Derrick Parris, Steve Loveday||I Can Fly|
|22||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Long Road|
|23||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Long Road|
|24||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Idol|
|25||–Steve Loveday, Darren Loveday||Hero|
|26||–Grant Ransom, Patrick Wilson||Feedback|
|27||–Grant Ransom, Patrick Wilson||Surf|
Ticket to Ride is the first studio album by American music duo the Carpenters. At the time of its initial release in 1969, it was issued under the title Offering, with a completely different cover photo. It was a commercial failure and produced only one minor hit single, a ballad version of the Lennon-McCartney song "Ticket to Ride". After the Carpenters' subsequent breakthrough, however, the album was reissued internationally under the name Ticket to Ride and sold moderately
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The album is far more self-contained than other Carpenters albums; excluding the orchestrations, bass by Joe Osborn and occasional guitar from Gary Sims, most of the instruments were played by Karen and Richard Carpenter themselves - drums and keyboards respectively - and 10 of the 13 songs were written by Richard and his lyricist John Bettis It also stands out from subsequent Carpenters albums. Live at the Palladium.
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