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Remote Control

Remote Control

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~ The Tubes

(Expanded Version)
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Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1979 album from the Bay Area Art-Rock band including four bonus tracks.. Looking to break out of the commercial funk that had plagued the band since their brilliant debut, The Tubes looked to wunderkind producer and band friend Todd Rundgren, to oversee their next record. He Tubes managed to reinvent themselves (yet again), creating an album every bit as sophisticated and irreverent as their past releases, but with a new level of musicality and accessibility. The album features The Tubes classics 'Prime Time', 'TV Is King' and 'Love's a Mystery (I Don't Understand)'. This expanded edition of the album includes all new mastering by Vic Anesini and a new essay with fresh interviews with the current and past band members by Ralph Chapman. The release is expanded with four unreleased tracks, chosen by the band's Fee Waybill, excerpted from their final A&M album submission. That unreleased album has come to be known alternately as either the Black Album or Suffer for Sound.

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    Artist: The Tubes
    Title: Remote Control
    Genre: Rock
    Attributes: Expanded Version
    Release Date: 4/30/2013
    Label: Iconoclassic
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 1033
    UPC: 602537218707
    Item #: 614029X

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