Features Song Lyrics for The Selecter's On My Radio album. On My Radio (Rad mix) Lyrics. 2. Too Much Pressure Lyrics. 4. On My Radio Lyrics. The Selecter Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Do you like this album?
Album Too Much Pressure. I bought my baby a red radio He played it all day a-go-go a-go-go He liked to dance to it down in the streets He said he loved me but he loved the beat. But when I switch on I rotate the dial I could see it there driving him so wild I bought my baby a red radio He said he loved me but he had to go. (Chorus): It's just the same old show on my radio It's just the same old show on my radio It's just the same old show on my radio It's just the same old show on my radio On my radio on my radio on my radio. Too Much Pressure The Selecter. 1. Three Minute Hero.
The Selecter were soon added to the 2-Tone Records roster, and scaled the . singles charts with the singles "Three Minute Hero," "On My Radio," and "Missing Words. The Selecter's debut album, Too Much Pressure, was released in early 1980, and rose to number five on the . album chart, eventually receiving a gold record
Band Name The Selecter. Album Name On My Radio. Data de aparición 1996. Estilo MusicalSka Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0. I Can See Clearly Now. 5. Something's Burning. 6. Coming Up. 7. Three Minute Hero (Live). 8. Too Much Pressure (Live). 9. Missing Words (Live). 10. Celebrate the Bullet (Live). 11. Out on the Streets (Live).
On My Radio" is a song and single written by Neol Davies and performed by British ska group, The Selecter. Davies originally wrote the song whilst a member of another band, The Transposed Men, before The Selecter had been formed. Released in 1979, it reached number 8 on the UK charts, remaining on the chart for nine weeks. In 2008, Freaky Trigger placed the song at number 44 in its list of "The Top 100 Songs of All Time". 7" Single (CHS TT 4). "On My Radio" - 3:16. Too Much Pressure" - 2:47. Released in 1979 it reached 8, on the UK charts, staying there for nine weeks. Some confusion emerged over two competing lineups for the Selecter in 2011, between that featuring Davies and that featuring Black and Arthur 'Gaps' Hendrickson, In June 2011 Black applied for, and won, The Selecter trademark and the right to use the name herself. In 1977, Neol Davies and John Bradbury (who later became a member of The Specials), with the trombone player Barry Jones, recorded a track in a recording session in 1977–78 that resulted in "Kingston Affair".
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