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Artist: The Tubes

Title: Outside Inside

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Category: Westcoast/AOR

Year: 1983

Label: BGO

Catalog Number: BGOCD133


Bill Spooner guitar
Fee Waybill lead vocals
Rick Anderson bass
Mike Cotten synths
Roger Steen guitar, vocals
Prairie Prince drums
Vince Welnick keyboards, vocals
Bill Champlin backing vocals
Bobby Kimball backing vocals
Patty Austin backing vocals
Nathan East bass
David Foster keyboards
James Newton Howard keyboards
Mingo Lewis percussion
Steve Lukather guitar
David Paich keyboards
Steve Porcaro keyboards
Freddy Washington guitars
David Williams bass


1.  She's a Beauty  
2.  No Not Again  
3.  Out of the Business  
4.  The Monkey Time  
5.  Glass House  
6.  Wild Women of Wongo  
7.  Tip of My Tongue  
8.  Fantastic Delusion  
9.  Drums  
10.  Theme Park  
11.  Outside Lookin' Inside  

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From: Jez Date: March 29, 2006 at 4:54
Whilst not as quite as good as 'The Completion Backward Principle', this is still another well worthy addition to the collection, primarily for the magnificent 'She's A Beauty' & 'Fantastic Delusion'. There are a few throw away tracks namely 'Wild Women Of Wongo', 'Drums' & 'Theme Park' that let the side down a little for being overtly 'Wacky', otherwise class all the way.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 18, 2006 at 22:00
I agree dear Jez...

From: Kim HP Date: September 24, 2008 at 4:35
A good follow-up to ”The Completion Backward Principle”. As with that album, this one also has a few killer AOR tracks (namely ”She’s A Beauty”, ”No Not Again” and ”Fantastic Delusion”), mixed with westcoast and boring filler. All in all, though, an enjoyable listen.

From: Leykis101 Date: April 18, 2009 at 7:16
I usually agree fully with Jez about this type of music, but Wild Women Of Wongo is only out of place on this disc, but not a bad song in the least, sounds like there 70s stuff, this is an excellent pickup from where the last disc left off, sadly it was also the last of there truely great Aor run.

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