Attack Of The Fifty Foot Woman - Tubes* - The Completion Backward Principle (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Attack of the Fifty Foot Woman Lyrics: It was a normal date with my girlfriend Sue / Blond hair, blue eyes, and five-foot-two / The night was cold, the stars were bright / From over her shoulder.
  2. Got a fifty foot woman in a five-foot dress Attack of the fifty-foot woman Our love was at an end All she did to get her kicks Was step on all the men Attack of the fifty-foot woman Our love was at an end All she did to get her kicks Was step on all the men Look out here she comes The biggest pair on earth So scared I gotta go with her.
  3. Apr 25,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Completion Backward Principle on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - SOO • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave, Pop Rock/5(59).
  4. Jun 30,  · "Attack Of The Fifty Foot Woman" was sci-fi silly in a manner that only The Tubes could make credible, and the punchy "Mr. Hate" was the confrontation of a shattering personality that the band executed perfectly on stage. This Album by THE TUBES - [ The Completion Backward Principle ] in my mind is definitely there Best, it's a real Classic /5().
  5. Oct 10,  · The Completion Backward Principle is a pretty good example of 80’s New Wave, leaning towards pop, and it does have some good songs on it. It was the 6th studio album put out by the band, and it made it to #36 in
  6. gram vinyl reissue on translucent blue vinyl. The Tubes' album The Completion Backward Principle was the San Francisco band's first album to reach the top 40 of the Billboard , and featured the top single "Don't Want to Wait Anymore" and the rock hit "Talk to Ya Later."The Completion Backward Principle's theme is a parody of a spoken-word vinyl LP found by the band at a San.
  7. Mar 12,  · The Tubes, the San Francisco band which pioneered theatrics in rock ‘n’ roll long before MTV and music video made it fashionable, will embark on a national tour in which, for the first time, they will perform their hit album, The Completion Backward Principle – their first for Capitol Records, produced by Grammy-winner David Foster – in its entirety.
  8. The Completion Backward Principle was the first release on EMI/Capitol by San Francisco-based the Tubes. It found the outrageous septet working with producer David Foster, who gives the record a high-gloss sheen. It's a pairing that, while possibly surprising to fans of the band's earlier releases, actually works quite nicely.
  9. After signing to Capitol, they recorded 's Completion Backwards Principle, an album based on an actual sales training instruction manual; both "Talk to You Later" and "Don't Want to Wait Anymore" earned significant radio play, and the LP became the Tubes' first Top 40 hit.

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