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Wall Of Voodoo - Mexican Radio Album FLAC

Wall Of Voodoo - Mexican Radio Album FLAC Performer: Wall Of Voodoo
Album: Mexican Radio
Country: US
Released: 1982
Style: New Wave
Label: I.R.S. Records
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: IR 9912
Size FLAC: 2595 mb.
Size MP3: 2148 mb.
Rating: 4.7/5
Votes: 666
Record Source: Vinyl, 7", Promo, Single




Tracklist


1Mexican Radio3:55
2Call Of The West6:00


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ir9912, IR-9912Wall Of Voodoo Mexican Radio ‎(7", Single, Styrene)I.R.S. Records, I.R.S. Recordsir9912, IR-9912US1982
ILS A 2962Wall Of Voodoo Mexican Radio ‎(7", Single)Illegal Records ILS A 2962Italy1983
ILS 12036Wall Of Voodoo Mexican Radio (Special Dub Mix) ‎(12", Ltd)Illegal Records ILS 12036UK1983
ES 855Wall Of Voodoo Mexican Radio ‎(7", Single)Illegal Records ES 855Australia1982
CC 31020Wall Of Voodoo Mexican Radio ‎(CD, Mini, Single, RM)I.R.S. Records, A&M RecordsCC 31020US1989


Credits


  • EngineerJess Sutcliffe
  • ProducerRichard Mazda


Notes


"Promotion Copy Not For Sale" Printed Below Time On Both Sides Of Record


Barcodes


  • Rights Society: BMI


Companies


  • Manufactured By – A&M Records, Inc.
  • Distributed By – A&M Records, Inc.
  • Published By – Big Talk Music


Album


Music video by Wall Of Voodoo performing Mexican Radio. MexicanRadio WallOfVoodoo Radio In the Style of Wall of Voodoo. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Wall of Voodoo's second full-length album, Call of the West, was a noticeably more approachable work than their debut, Dark Continent, and it even scored a fluke hit single, Mexican Radio, a loopy little number about puzzled American tourists that's easily the catchiest thing on the album. Speaking with Songfacts about this song in a 2010 interview, frontman Stan Ridgeway explained this song was inspired by the high-wattage, unregulated AM border-blaster Mexican radio stations with signals that traveled well into America, and the occasional interjections in Sp read more. Mexican Radio In the Style of Wall of Voodoo - Stingray Music. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Mexican Radio. Wall of Voodoo. Produced by Richard Mazda. Album Call of the West. Mexican Radio Lyrics. I feel a hot wind on my shoulder And the touch of a world that is older I turn the switch and check the number I leave it on when in bed I slumber I hear the rhythms of the music I buy the product and never use it I hear the talking of the DJ Can't understand, just what does he. say I'm on a Mexican radio I'm on a Mexican whoa-oh radio. I dial it in and tune the station They talk about the U. inflation I understand just a little No comprende, it's a riddle. Mexican Radio is a song by American new wave band Wall of Voodoo. Produced by Richard Mazda, the track was initially released on their 1982 album Call of the West and was released as a single in early 1983. With regular airplay on MTV in their native United States, the song had moderate commercial success, peaking at 58 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It did better in other parts of the world, peaking at 18 in Canada, 21 in New Zealand and 33 in Australia. It also reached 64 in the UK. Album 1982 1 Song. Music Videos. More by Wall of Voodoo. Dark Continent. The Ugly Americans In Australia. Back In Flesh - Single. Seven Days In Sammystown. Call of the West - Single. Call Box 1-2-3 - Single. Factory - Single. Wall Of Voodoo - Mexican Radio. On this page you can download song Wall Of Voodoo - Mexican Radio in mp3 and listen online. New Wave. Wall Of Voodoo. Call Of The West. by Wall of Voodoo. Album: Call of the West 1982. Charted: 64 58. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . In our 2010 interview with Wall of Voodoo lead singer Stan Ridgway, he explained: We used to go to rehearsals in my old '67 Mustang. And I used to get on the AM radio there on the console and try to find a Mexican radio station that was wafting in from the border over at Tijuana. This was like 1980, '81 or something. So when I would find one, I would say, 'Oh, hey look you guys, I'm on a Mexican radio. And so, 'Okay, I'm on one. I'm on a Mexican radio. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Mexican Radio - Single, 2009. Mexican Radio, 04:11. Now playing


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