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9 thoughts on “ Up From The Deep - The Tubes - The Tubes (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

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  2. Feb 23,  · But I know what you're up to just the same I will listen hard to your tuition And you will see it come to its fruition I'll be wrapped around your finger I'll be wrapped around your finger Devil and the deep blue sea behind me Vanish in the air you'll never find me I will turn your flesh to alabaster When you find your servant is your master.
  3. Matmos offer up two new excerpts from new album The Consuming Flame, demonstrating the sheer breath of collaborators, moods and textures covered across the album’s sprawling 3-disc expanse. Listen to both tracks now “I’m On The Team”, a collaboration with hardware-techno agitators Giant Swan and shapeshifting producer Rabit, harks back to last album Plastic Anniversary with its angular.
  4. The Tubes is the debut album by the Tubes. Songs which received significant airplay from this album include "What Do You Want from Life?" and "White Punks on Dope," the latter of which peaked at number 28 on the UK singles chart. The album was dedicated to Bob McIntosh and Tom mecderoketadedatcudawadingnorr.coinfo: Rock.
  5. Produced by Al Kooper, this debut by the notorious San Francisco group is best known for the blazing anthem "White Punks on Dope."Although the Tubes' raison d'être was their shock-rock stage dynamic, Bill Spooner, Fee Waybill, and company could, on occasion, deliver some offbeat pop splendor.A good example is the song "Haloes," co-written with Kooper, a tough power pop jewel that sounds like 7/
  6. Jul 30,  · The album also includes “Can’t Fight, According to La Havas, the sound she developed for the cover guided the rest of the LP: “It’s got to be my band, and I’ve got to do it in London.
  7. Originally released in , the critically acclaimed & universally beloved solo album was produced by Paul, Jeff Lynne, and George Martin, featuring a supporting cast of family and friends including Ringo Starr, Steve Miller, Linda McCartney, and son James.
  8. Aug 25,  · So this album, well it is not quite like 'Like Clockwork'. The first track 'Feet don't fail me now', after a short-ish intro, gets going with typical QotS riffage - possibly with a slightly more synth vibe (we will get back to this shortly). You are then reasonably up to speed and you can enjoy the album after a /5().
  9. Aug 06,  · Roger Waters continues his series of socially distant performances with two deep cuts from Pink Floyd’s LP, The Wall: “Vera” and “Bring the Boys Back Home.” “The Vera in question.

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