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Best Of 1981-1987

Tubes (チューブス)

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カタログNo
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57411
組み枚数
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1
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オリジナル盤発売年
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1992
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CD
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Bill Spooner(Composer),  Curtis Mayfield(Composer),  David Foster(Composer),  Fee Waybill(Composer),  Michael Cotten(Composer),  Prairie Prince(Composer),  Rick Anderson(Composer),  Roger Steen(Composer),  Steve Lukather(Composer),  Tubes(Composer),  Vince Welnick(Composer)

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The Tubes weren't album rockers in the classic sense, meaning that they didn't have the kind of devotion or mystery that served the likes of Pink Floyd or Yes so well. Nevertheless, there's no question that they were album rockers, crafting concept records about evils like television and receiving heavy, heavy airplay from AOR stations across the country. Ironically, it was that airplay alone that makes the Tubes seem less like the album rockers they actually were -- they're better known by their singles, which makes them seem like an average arena rock band. And they certainly could sound that way, but they were quite a bit stranger and quirkier than The Best of the Tubes suggests. Basically, The Best of the Tubes offers the basics -- She's a Beauty, Talk to Ya Later, Amnesia, Tip of My Tongue, The Monkey Time, Don't Want to Wait Anymore -- without delving too deeply into their Capitol catalog for oddities or solid album tracks. And that's about what most casual listeners will want, since it certainly satisfies anyone's desire to hear the Tubes' greatest hits; but the dedicated will know that the collection just scratches the surface of their strangeness. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide

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  • 01. Talk to Ya Later
  • 02. Sushi Girl
  • 03. Amnesia
  • 04. Attack of the Fifty Foot Woman
  • 05. Don't Want to Wait Anymore
  • 06. Let's Make Some Noise
  • 07. She's a Beauty
  • 08. Monkey Time, The
  • 09. Tip of My Tongue
  • 10. Sports Fan

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Tubes

The Tubes were arch satirists of popular culture whose outrageous performance art concepts -- which swung wildly from softcore pornography to suit-and-tie conservatism -- frequently eclipsed their elusive musical identity. The beginnings of the group originated in Phoenix, Arizona in the late '60s, where guitarist Bill Spooner, keyboardist Vince Welnick, and bassist Rick Anderson formed as the Bea

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