Vinyl-O-Matic Season 4, Episode 3
45s and Other Revolutions: A-Sides beginning with A and B
a: "At the Sound of the Tone"
b: "This Time"
MCA Records MCA-52901
Yes, that John Schneider. A side is kinda meh in a passive aggressive way. B side is actually pretty decent.
Veritigo Records VE-203
A little travelling music, if you please.
a: "Axel F Theme"
b: "Shoot Out"
MCA Records MCA-52536
I haven't seen Beverly Hills Cop since it came out, but the theme song certainly stands up pretty well.
Sonny and Cher
a: "Baby Don't Go"
b: "Walkin the Quetzal"
Reprise Records 0392
Ahhh… young love.
a: "Baby Talks Dirty"
b: "End of the Game"
Captiol Records 4822
Ehh… Probably need to try a little harder here. At least I can still have "Oh Tara".
a: "Baby Workout"
b: "I'm Going Crazy (Gotta Get You Off My Mind)"
Brunswick Records 55239
Yeah… that's how you work it.
Bow Wow Wow
a: "Baby, Oh No"
RCA Records PB-13291
All killer, no filler. Both sides.
a: "Back of My Hand (I've Got Your Number)" (Stereo)
b: "Back of My Hand (I've Got Your Number)" (Mono)
Island Records IS 49202
Super fine power pop!
Music Behind the DJ: “Lillian Lust” by The Dudley Moore Trio.
Cover image: Eddie Murphy in Beverly Hills Cop (Brest, 1984) for obvious reasons.
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