Under Their Thumb - The Boomtown Rats - Mondo Bongo (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jan 26,  · The original UK release of Mondo Bongo had a matching first side, but the second varied significantly, as "Don't Talk to Me" was instead later released as the B-side to "Never in a Million Years" (a single from follow-up album V Deep), "Up All Night" was from V Deep and released as a single, and both "Fall Down" and "Whitehall " appeared on.
  2. On their fourth album, the Boomtown Rats submitted to ambitiousness, with singer Bob Geldof attempting to assume the mantle of Bob Dylan, the Beatles, and the Rolling Stones, while the band tried to keep up with musical fashions in tuiworperscondebascioubidpieneuhapling.coinfo combination led to such oddities as a ska-beat rewrite of the Stones' "Under My Thumb" and a couple of side-opening mambos.
  3. Jun 14,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Mondo Bongo on Discogs. Label: Columbia - JC • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave3/5(2).
  4. Mar 24,  · from lp "Mondo bongo", year from lp "Mondo bongo", year Skip navigation Sign in. Boomtown Rats - Banana Republic - .
  5. About “Mondo Bongo” The band’s 4th album, and their final album with Gerry Cott as the lead guitarist. Uses more percussion and experimental methods than their .
  6. I loved The Boomtown Rats as they were never cool but at one point they sold bucket loads of records.I grew up listening to all their albums and they hold a special place in my heart. When you take out the cd you see an ad for a six cd classic album box set. Trust me when I say there are loads more gems to be discovered/5(38).
  7. Instead of sounding evil or Love Under Will - Various - The Return Of The Living Dead (Original Soundtrack), Tom just sounds drunk. One would expect him to be tossing out cheap pick-up lines, rather than odes to the underworld. This almost suits the overall feel of the music, as much of it has an upbeat, poppy feel.
  8. The Boomtown Rats is a rock group led by Bob Geldof (full name: Robert Fredrick Zenon Geldof, born October 5th ). Playing punk and New Wave influenced music, their initial incarnation lasted from to ), but the band recently reformed. All six primary members (Gary Roberts, Pete Briquette, Gerry Cott, Simon Crowe, and Johnnie Moylett alongside .
  9. Mondo Bongo was a very strange brew in contrast to the three previous albums. It turned out to be a more experimental album than expected. Having lined up Tony Visconti as a new producer, The Rats were breaking away from the sound of Tonic for the Troops and Fine Art of Surfacing that had been so successful.

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