Starship (2)

Also known as Jefferson Starship, Star Ship, Starship, Starship 2002, Starship 2003
Members of Starship (2): Brett Bloomfield, Craig Chaquico, David Freiberg, Donny Baldwin, Grace Slick, Mark Aguilar, Mark Morgan (4), Mickey Thomas, Pete Sears, Phil Bennett
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jefferson_Starship

Discography of Starship (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now 2 Audio 1987
2 Dreamer / We Built This City 2002 4 Audio 2003 Dinky
3 We Built This City 3 Audio 1985
4 It's Not Over ('Til It's Over) 2 Audio 1987
5 We Built This City 3 Audio 1985 RCA
6 It's Not Over ('Til It's Over) 2 Audio 1987
7 Knee Deep In The Hoopla 9 Audio 1985-00-00 RCA
8 Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now 4 Audio 1987-03-00 Grunt Records
9 Knee Deep In The Hoopla 9 Audio 1985 Grunt Records
10 Knee Deep In The Hoopla 9 Audio 1985-09-00
11 Sara 2 Audio 1985
12 Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now 2 Audio 1987
13 We Built This City 2 Audio 1985
14 Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now 2 Audio 1987 Grunt Records
15 We Built This City 2 Audio 2003 Djinthemix
16 No Protection 10 Audio 1987 RCA
17 Knee Deep In The Hoopla 9 Audio 1985 Grunt Records
18 Knee Deep In The Hoopla 10 Audio 1999-07-27 RCA
19 Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now / We Built This City 2 Audio 1996 Old Gold (2)
20 Sara 2 Audio 1985
21 Greatest Hits (Ten Years And Change 1979-1991) 12 Audio 1991 BMG
22 Tomorrow Doesn't Matter Tonight 2 Audio 1985 Grunt Records
23 Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now 2 Audio 1987
24 Greatest Hits (Ten Years And Change 1979-1991) 12 Audio 1991 RCA
25 We Built This City 2 Audio 1985 RCA
26 Love Among The Cannibals 10 Audio 1989
27 Hits 36 Audio 1998-09-29 RCA
28 Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now / Layin' It On The Line 2 Audio 1987 Grunt Records
29 We Built This City-The Very Best Of 17 Audio 1997 BMG
30 We Built This City 3 Audio 1985 Grunt Records
31 Greatest Hits (Ten Years And Change 1979-1991) 12 Audio 1991 RCA
32 Sara 2 Audio 1985 Grunt Records
33 We Built This City 3 Audio 1985 RCA
34 Knee Deep In The Hoopla 9 Audio 1985
35 No Protection 11 Audio 1987
36 Wild Again 3 Audio 1988 Elektra
37 It's Not Enough 3 Audio 1989 RCA
38 We Built This City 2 Audio 1985 Grunt Records
39 Beat Patrol 2 Audio 1987 RCA
40 No Protection 10 Audio 1987 RCA Victor
41 Knee Deep In The Hoopla 9 Audio 1985 Grunt Records
42 Love Among The Cannibals 10 Audio 1989 RCA
43 Wings Of A Lie 2 Audio 1987
44 No Protection 11 Audio 1987 RCA Victor
45 No Protection 10 Audio 1987 RCA Victor
46 Beat Patrol 4 Audio 1987 RCA
47 Sara 3 Audio 1985
48 Interview With Roger Scott 1st February 86 2 Audio 1987 RCA
49 No Protection 10 Audio 1987 RCA Victor
50 We Built This City 2 Audio 1985


Successor of [a=Jefferson Starship]. Following Jefferson Starship founder [a=Paul Kantner]s leaving the band, a 1984 settlement prohibited ´the use of the Jefferson Starship band name unless all original members agreed to it. The remaining members shortened the name to just Starship and fronted by vocalist [a=Grace Slick] hit it's popular peak with the first release, the 1985 album "Knee Deep in the Hoopla". The album generated two #1 hits, "We Built This City" and "Sara". A third #1 hit, "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now", was achieved in 1987. In 1988 Grace Slick left Starship to join the reformed [a=Jefferson Airplane] for one album, then in 1989 announcing that she was retiring from music. In 1990, after the "Cannibals" album tour, the last remaining original member, Craig Chaquico, also left the band. A career spanding greatest hits compilation was released in 1991, and band manager Bill Thompson announced the band would record no more.


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