It all started with the April 2007 release of the first studio album from REO Speedwagon in 12 years and planning the band's subsequent promotional tour. It took three years to craft the recordings, put them on CD, and market it for worldwide distribution. Up until then, REO Speedwagon's 40 million records sold primarily in the ‘70s and ‘80s, with hits “Take it on the Run,” “Time for Me to Fly,” “Roll with the Changes,” and “Keep on Loving You.” In the following years, they had a rough time, ...

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