Chicago 19 is the sixteenth studio album by the American band Chicago,released in 1988. After recording Chicago 18 with David Foster, the band worked primarily with producers Ron Nevison and Chas Sandford for this album. Their Full Moon Records imprint moved to Reprise Records.This album was the final album to feature the band's original drummer Danny Seraphine, who left the group in 1990.
Chicago 19 became a success on the album chart, going platinum and yielding hit singles. The album includes "Look Away" (No. 1), "I Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love" (No. 3) and "You're Not Alone" (No. 10). A slioghtly remixed version of Jason Scheff's "What Kind Of Man Would I Be" (No. 5) would also be successful in late 1989, as part of a the follow-up Greatest Hits 1982-1989 release. The first two singles from this album were written by Diane Warren and the third by Jimmy Scott.
This album in brand new, never been opened and in the picture you can still see the plastic wrap over the entire album.