Label: Wheatley Records - PD 43986,RCA - PD43986 • Format: CD Single • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock
Chain Reaction is a studio album by Australian singer John Farnham. The album had four singles released under it, the first three of them yielding top 10 status, with the title track reaching 3 in August, "That's Freedom" at 5 in September and "Burn For You" reaching 5 in December. A fourth single, "In Days to Come", was released early the following year, peaking at Doug Brady was brought in to engineer the record.
His baby daughter Caitlin was born during the recording sessions and a photograph of her was placed in the centre of the album's front cover. The album was promoted by a nationwide tour titled, "The Chain Reaction Tour," which concluded with a televised performance at Rod Laver Arena in Melbournewhen it was then called the Flinders Park National Tennis Centre, on approximately 14 or 15 December Credited to: .
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