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I Know Their Name - Men Without Hats - Folk Of The 80s (Part III)

Label: Statik Records - 062-VG 80002 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Greece • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop
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The album reached on the U. Billboard albums chart. During People Get Ready (Edit) - Various - The Art Of Sysyphus Vol.

39 recording process, " The Safety Dance " became big in America, requiring the band to put recording on hold and do a tour. The extended version of "Where Do the Boys Go? On the original release and the twofer, "Mother's Opinion" faded out, then faded back in with a flange effect, a reference to Roxy Music one of Ivan Doroschuk's favorite bands having done something similar with the track " In Every Dream Home a Heartache " from their album For Your Pleasure.

This section was removed from the remaster and did not appear on some international releases of the original LP release. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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  1. Nov 01,  · THE music-site for everyone who's still stuck in the '80s Mother's Opinion Eurotheme Messiahs Die Young I Know Their Name Folk of the 80's I Sing Last/Not For Tears. Tags: Canada. Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Please reload. Men Without Hats - Folk of the 80's EP () Men Without Hats - Rhythm of Youth.
  2. Folk of the 80s (Part III) is the second studio album by Canadian synthpop group Men Without Hats, released in early The album reached # on the U.S. Billboard albums chart. It was the final Men Without Hats album to use the classic lineup of Ivan Doroschuk (vocals), Stefan Doroschuk (guitar), Colin Doroschuk (keyboards) and Allan McCarthy (keyboards) - McCarthy died of an Genre: Synthpop.
  3. May 05,  · In the realm of '80s techno-pop, Men Without Hats were really one of the more interesting units out there, and this one stands up pretty well. Like Rhythm of Youth, Folk of the Eighties (Part III) has its share of catchy enough synth-pop tracks/5(5).
  4. Men Without Hats' follow-up to their successful first album repeated the same formula as the debut with essentially the same results. Though Folk of the '80s (Part III) has its share of tedious material, the best songs on the album are as fun and charming as the finest moments from the debut.6/
  5. Apr 09,  · Men Without Hats (MWH) are one of those bands that are polarly divisive. Since most people only know of them due to the catchy yet massively overplayed 'The Safety Dance', they either love or hate them. Folk of the 80's (Part III) came out in , two years after Rhythm of Youth, and four years after the Folk of the 80's EP. Although rather short by CD standards, it is another example of /5(10).
  6. Apr 26,  · referencing Folk Of The 80's (Part III), LP, Album, BT From the Men Without Hats site: "At the end of the record, if you let it keep playing, Mother's Opinion will /5().

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