|1||Feel This Way|
|3||Whole Lot Better|
|5||I Could Be Good For You (live)|
|6||Save Me - Live|
|7||Waste of Time - Live|
|8||You Who Needs to Know - Live|
|9||Whole Lot Better - Live|
|10||Let Me Live My Life - Live|
|12||We Will Last|
|13||Mega Force (live)|
|14||I Could Be Good for You|
|15||You Who Needs to Know|
|16||Let Me Live My Life|
|17||One Way Highway|
|18||Waste of Time|
707 was a rock band of the early 1980s, best known for the rock radio hits "I Could Be Good For You" and "Mega Force".
The original members included Phil Bryant (bass, Vocals), Jim McClarty (drums), Duke McFadden (keyboards/synthesizers, vocals), and Kevin Russell (Guitars, vocals). Initially signed to Casablanca Records, they achieved significant rock radio airplay with "I Could Be Good for You," which peaked at #52 on the Billboard Hot 100. The single, written by McFadden and McClarty, was featured on their first album, simply entitled 707. McFadden left the band before their second album.
"Strings Around My Heart" failed to repeat their first single's success, but that didn't stop The Second Album from hitting the charts, peaking at #159 in 1981. Recording sessions began for a third album, The Bridge, featuring the addition of keyboardist/guitarist Tod Howarth. While being musically inventive and clearly demonstrating Howarth's influence, the recordings languished unreleased for 18 years due to contract disputes.