|3||Don't Fight It|
|4||One Way Out|
|8||Make Myself Complete|
|10||Talkin' to Myself|
|11||Caught in the Middle|
|12||Just the Way It Goes|
|13||Don't Let Go of Me|
|14||Look Out Again|
|15||What Have You Got to Do (To Get off Tonight)|
|17||Iron In The Soul|
|18||How's My Little Girl Tonight|
|19||Only Game In Town|
|22||Among The Ruins (I'll Be Here)|
Red Rider are a Canadian rock band popular in the 1980s. While the band achieved great success in Canada, the band never had a song in the Top 40 in the US, even though "Lunatic Fringe" became a hit on AOR radio.
In 1978, Tom Cochrane joined up with Rob Baker on drums, Jeff Jones on bass, Peter Boynton on keyboards and Ken Greer to form Red Rider. They were signed to Capitol Records and released their first album Don't Fight It in 1980. With the singles "White Hot" and "Don't Fight It", the album quickly reached gold status. Their second album As Far as Siam was released in 1981 and featured the hit "Lunatic Fringe" which was used in the 1985 movie Vision Quest and which is now a mainstay on American classic rock radio. The song also saw high rotation on the United States cable network MTV.