The Knack - Pick It Up flac album
Title: Pick It Up
MP3 album: 1865 mb
FLAC album: 1483 mb
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Get the Knack is the debut album by the Knack, released in June 1979. At the time, the album was one of the most successful debuts in history, selling over one million copies in less than two months and spending five weeks at number one on the Billboard 200 album chart. The lead single from the album, "My Sharona", was number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for six weeks and number one on Billboard's Top Pop Singles of 1979 year end chart.
The Knack was an American rock band based in Los Angeles that rose to fame with their first single, "My Sharona", an international number-one hit in 1979. Singer Doug Fieger was a native of Oak Park, Michigan, a northern suburb of Detroit, Michigan, and grew up in the 9 Mile/Coolidge area.
The Knack - Was running a record store when the first album arrived, unheard. The first 30 seconds of "My Sharona," prompted me to have the employees make a full window display with the promo materials that had arrived with the shipment. Expected to ship in April of 2018.
Pick It Up. Componist(en). P. Bewley, R. de Bois, T. Galahan. De Luisterrijke Aanbieding Van Het Duo Haay & Faay. Baby Call Me (Sometime).
When their third album, Round Trip, emerged in 1981, Doug Fieger and the boys in the Knack had matured ten-fold and had created their best album to date. Produced by Jack Douglas, Round Trip had more musical layers than any Knack album before (or since). Lil' Cal's Big Mistake" could've been an unreleased Blood, Sweat & Tears track.
May 4, 2011 4:05PM ET. Rolling Stone Readers Pick the Top 10 One-Hit Wonders of All Time. They just had one hit, but they made it count. Some famous one hit wonder bands (The Vapors, The Buggles) existed barely long enough to record their lone hit, while others (Los del Rio, The Knack) continued to plug away for years after their brief moment at the top. Some (Sir Mix-A-Lot) revel in the notoriety their hit continues to brings them, while others (Devo) see that hit as the very thing that killed their career. Any way you look at it, the industry is littered with one hit wonders. Here are your top 10. By Andy Greene. RELATED:, Photos: Rolling Stone Readers Pick the Top 10 Songs of the Sixties
Boys Go Crazy" was issued as the single from the album in Australia. It was also issued as a follow up single to "Pay the Devil" in the . and was expected to be "chart bound" on the Hot 100, but it did not chart. Round Trip was their third album, and it was produced by Jack Douglas. The album was generally critically panned at the time of its release, however, some critics have subsequently been more positive.
|A||Pick It Up (Vocal) (Long Disco Mix)||6:19|
|B||Pick It Up (Vocal) (Long Disco Mix)||6:19|
- Lyrics By – Tony Galahan
- Music By – Peter Bewley, Richard De Bois
- Producer – Richard De Bois
- Remix – Anita Wexler, Jimmy Douglass
NotesBoth sides are identical.
|ATL 10739||The Knack||Pick It Up (7")||Atlantic||ATL 10739||Germany||1976|
|45-7051||The Knack||Pick It Up (7", Promo)||Atco Records||45-7051||US||1976|
|45-7051||The Knack||Pick It Up / Always (7", Single)||ATCO Records||45-7051||US||1976|
|ATLN 10739||The Knack||Pick It Up (7", Single)||Atlantic||ATLN 10739||Netherlands||1976|
|10739||The Knack||Pick It Up (7", Single)||Atlantic||10739||Belgium||1976|