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Close to the Bone is an album by the Tom Tom Club that was released in 1983. The Tom Tom Club's musicians were: Wally Badarou, Tyrone Downie, Chris Frantz, Roddy Frantz, Rupert Hine, Raymond Jones, Steve Scales, Steven Stanley, Alex Weir; and sisters Lani, Laura and Tina Weymouth.
Recorded live at the Flux Factory, Queens, New York, 10/03/2004. Limited to 500 copies. 1. Return to Nothing. 2. Nothing to Return.
Album Where the Pyramid Meets The Eye: A Tribute to Roky Erickson. Nothing in Return Lyrics. I call your name in the midnight but you don't hear me at all I love you so dearly and nearly but you don't love me at all There's nothing in this big round world that worse hurts Than paying out and receiving nothing in return.
This album has an average beat per minute of 111 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 99/130 BPM). See the BPM profile of this album. Tracklist - Close to the Bone. Here is the BPM profile of Close to the Bone. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Tom Tom Club.
Tom Tom Club is Tom Tom Club's first album, released in 1981, containing the UK hit singles "Wordy Rappinghood," which reached No. 7 in June 1981; "Genius of Love," which reached No. 65 in October of the same year; and "Under the Boardwalk," which reached No. 22 in August 1982. When released in the . Close to the Bone is an album by the Tom Tom Club that was released in 1983. The Club's musicians are Wally Badarou; Tyrone Downie; Chris Frantz; Roddy Frantz; Rupert Hine; Raymond Jones; Steve Scales; Steven Stanley; Alex Weir; and sisters Lani, Laura, and Tina Weymouth.
There is a sense of Tom Tom Club repeating themselves, but then again, it's a formula that they created: a trio of female singers over bouncy reggae and hip-hop-inspired beats, with a dash of Talking Heads' art-school sensibilities. Pleasure of Love" rides the coattails of "Genius of Love," perked up with Wally Badarou's swirling keyboards.
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|B1||Lost In Bass|