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Take It Away - The Interpreters - Back In The U.S.S.A. (CD, Album)

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  1. Akinojar says:
    Back in the USSA comes dangerously close to being the perfect record. The majors tried their best to kill it, they pushed it from Zoo to Volcano, then to Freeworld, RCA released it, they tried to dilute it by removing songs and adding different ones, but all they succeeded in doing was super-charging an already powerful piece of rock/5(6).
  2. Nigar says:
    Take It All Away is the debut major-label studio album from American pop rock singer-songwriter Ryan Cabrera, and was released in on Atlantic gardanakalenfefyn.xyzinfo this album, three hit singles were released; "On the Way Down", "True", and "40 Kinds of Sadness".
  3. Shashakar says:
    The single mix of "Take It Away" features a clean intro, where on the album it crossfades from the previous track. The B-side still has never been reissued in any format. Pity, as it's one of Paul's great unheralded non-LP tracks.
  4. Tagis says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Paul McCartney - Take It Away at Discogs. Complete your Paul McCartney collection.
  5. Baktilar says:
    Mar 06,  · Take It Back Lyrics: Tell me, tell me, tell me / Tell me, tell me, tell me / Did you find what you're looking for / Since you walked out that door / You want it all back from me / You're running right.
  6. Malabar says:
    "Take It Away" is the first single from the Used's second studio album In Love and Death. "Take It Away" was released to radio on August 31, This song, as well as video, was played during the commercials to promote the album.
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  8. Vut says:
    Back in the U.S.S.A. was actually recorded in London, and every band who this jacked-up pack of power pop punksters hints at appears to be British, both of old and recent vintages. Their older 7" single (the B-side of which, "Dogskin Report," is included here) was produced by mod legend Shel Talmy, the man behind the desk for the early smashes 8/
  9. Grokus says:
    Directed by Spike Bauman Written and Created by Rocco Gioia & Phil LoCastro Produced by K.J. Swanson & Spike Bauman Associate Producers Nicholas Calhoun,Peter Gaudio and Johnny Thurzday.

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