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Artist: The Tubes

Title: The Completion Backward Principle

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Category: Westcoast/AOR

Year: 1981

Label: BGO

Catalog Number: BGOCD100

Personnel

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
Steve Lukather guitars

Tracks

1.  Talk To Ya Later  
2.  Let's Make Some Noise  
3.  Matter of Pride  
4.  Mr. Hate  
5.  Attack of the Forty Foot Woman  
6.  Think About Me  
7.  Sushi Girl  
8.  Don't Want to Wait Anymore  
9.  Power Tools  
10.  Amnesia  

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From: Jez Date: March 29, 2006 at 4:50
Another of my all time fave albums this one. Westcoast AOR - call it what you will, but there is no denying the quality of this one.'Talk To Ya Later' & 'Sushi Girl' are great uptempo AOR songs & are both absolute belters with the rest of the album following suit. Some of the Tubes Quirkiness appears throughout, especially lyrically, which is why this band stands out for me. 'Don't Want To Wait' is a supreme ballad & probably the best known song on show. A must have genre classic.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 18, 2006 at 21:58
I agree with Jez.Good album even though maybe i would define it as a new wave pop album with aor touches here and there.Apart from the album i have a 45rpm with the song "Talk to ya later" with an interview.Limited edition and very but very hard to find single.So i must be a lucky man!!!.

From: Kim HP Date: September 24, 2008 at 4:33
Whether you’re into AOR, pop, westcoast or new wave, this is certainly worth having. ”Talk To Ya Later” and ”Sushi Girl” are killer AOR stuff, and the clear highlights of this CD. ”Amnesia” and ”Don’t Wait To Wait Anymore” are also good songs worthy of mentioning.

From: hernanHRM/AOR Date: December 22, 2008 at 14:53
Great classic Album of westcoast/AOR..

From: Leykis101 Date: April 18, 2009 at 7:10
Absolutely perfect, this band switched gears on this release and gave the world one of the greatest Aor discs ever released, this band is chalked full of talented musicians, and here's where it works, they have chemistry, and that's the final nail so to speak, the next album is also great, but nothing touches this one.


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