Fading Fast-The Go-Go's (Beauty and the Beat 1981) I own no rights at all to this song.
Official video of The Go-Go's performing We've Got The Beat from the album Beauty And The Beat. We Got The Beat (Remastered 2011). Авторы текста и музыки.
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Beauty and the Beat is the debut album from Californian new wave band the Go-Go's. Released in 1981 on the . Records label, the album was preceded by the single and signature song "We Got the Beat", which became a club hit in Europe and, later, the United States. When the album was eventually released, it steadily climbed the Billboard 200 chart, ultimately peaking at number one, where it remained for six consecutive weeks, ranking second among Billboard's Top 100 albums of 1981
Go,Go's – Beauty And The Beat.
It’s not quite right to say that the Go-Go’s' 1981 debut, Beauty and the Beat, is where new wave caught hold in the . but it’s not quite wrong, either. Prior to this, there had certainly been new wave hits - Blondie had been reaching the Top Ten for two years running - but the Go-Go’s ushered in the era of big, bright stylish pop, spending six weeks at the top of the . Lips Are Sealed and the exuberant We Got the Beat
Beauty and the Beat The Go-Go's. We Got the Beat (Karaoke Version) - Single. Greatest Hits, At Emerald City, Cherry Hill, NJ - 31 Aug '81 (Live).
There go the go-go's with the cakes like always The same old thirsty clientèle Every morning just the same Since the morning that we came To this Brokeback Mountain town. Good morning Belle Good morning Ru Where are you sashaying off to? The book shop I just finished the most wonderful pride festival with glitter and ribbons That's nice Pit crew Grab my wigs Hurry up girl. She's serving us "House On The Prairie" realness That Pollyanna pony tail What a crusty shade of blue And that apron is just eew But she really is a basic queen miss Belle . Beauty And The Beat Boots" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
It was originally released by The Go-Go’s as a single in the UK in May 1980. This version has more of a punk sound. It was then re-recorded and released in the . on January 16, 1982, as the second single from their debut album Beauty and the Beat. It charted at on Billboard’s Hot 100 and has since become one of the band’s signature tunes. According to guitarist Charlotte Caffey, the song evolved from her love of the Motown classic Going To A Go-Go : I thought it would be very clever to do ‘Going To A Go-Go. I thought, Well, let’s try working this out as a cover song