Best known for his country-flavored rock hit "Down in the Boondocks," Billy Joe Royal had a long career that saw him become one of the first pop performers to successfully revive his commercial fortunes by turning to straight country music. Although he never had another hit as successful as "Down in the Boondocks," he racked up about 15 singles that hit the country charts over the course of the 1980s.
In 1987 he broke into the top ten with 'I'll Pin A Note On Your Pillow' which is on 'The Royal Treatment" album, in my opinion his best album.
1987 cd rip with 'nero' wave
01-I'll Pin A Note On Your Pillow
02-Give-Em My Number
03-He'll Have To Go
04-Look What You've Done To My Heart
05-Let It Rain
07-It's Who's In Your Heart
08-Out Of Sight And On My Mind
09-It Keeps Right On A Hurtin'
10-She Don't Cry Like She Used To
11-A Place For The Heartache