|4||Are You Ready For Love|
|7||Steal Away (Live)|
|8||Hot Rod Hearts (Live)|
|9||Steal Away (Redux 1999)|
|11||Steal Away (Re-Recorded Version)|
|12||Steal Away (Rerecorded Version)|
|13||Hot Rod Hearts|
|14||Steal Away (Re-Recorded / Remastered)|
|15||Street Corner Heroes|
|18||All Night Long|
|19||I'll Be The Fool Again|
Robert Dupuis (born December 23, 1946), better known by his stage name Robbie Dupree, is an American singer-songwriter best known for his 1980 hits "Steal Away" (#6 on the Billboard Hot 100) and "Hot Rod Hearts" (#15). In 1981, he received a Grammy nomination as Best New Artist, losing to Christopher Cross. Dupree's final single to make the Billboard chart, "Brooklyn Girls", peaked at #54 in June 1981.
In 1987, Dupree contributed the song "Girls in Cars" to Piledriver - The Wrestling Album 2, a collection of theme songs for World Wrestling Entertainment (then known as the World Wrestling Federation). The tag team Strike Force (Tito Santana and Rick Martel) used an instrumental version of "Girls in Cars" as their entrance music from 1987 to 1989.