Clean, Clean" is a song composed by Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes and Bruce Woolley. It was recorded first by the latter for his band Bruce Woolley and The Camera Club in 1979, and later by the former two as The Buggles for their debut album The Age of Plastic. It was released as the album's third single on 24 March 1980. Along with "Video Killed the Radio Star", the song was co-written by Bruce Woolley.
Song: Clean clean Artist: Bruce Woolley and The Camera Club Album: English garden Composers: Trevor Horn, Bruce Woolley and Geoff Downes Tabbed by DJ 11th June 2015. A synth-pop version was also released by Horn and Downes' band 'Buggles' a few months after Woolley's more punky version. CAPO: 2nd fret (Will then sound in the recorded key of Bm). Chord names and fret positions are relative to the capo: Am x02210 or 577655 C x32010 E4 022200 G 320003 or 355433 D4 xx0233 E 022100 G4 320013 or 355533 F 133211.
Album English Garden. English Garden Bruce Woolley and the Camera Club. 2. Video Killed the Radio Star.
Members of the Camera Club included a young unknown Thomas Dolby on keyboards and Matthew Seligman, also of the Soft Boys on bass. Bruce Woolley has enjoyed a very varied and interesting career, enjoying success especially as a songwriter and record producer. Besides "Video Killed the radio Star," as mentioned by others, "Clean Clean" has a weak sounding vocal track and almost no keyboards, and "Goodbye to Yesterday" is a different arrangement, more akin to the reprise version. Everything else is the same and there are bonus tracks I had not heard before. I'm keeping the vinyl versions of the aforementioned three songs on my iPod, as I like them better, but the alternate versions are cool too.
Bruce Woolley And The Camera Club. Clean Clean (7", Single).
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