And Don't the Kids Just Love It - CD

And Don't the Kids Just Love It - CD

This is a UK reissue of the British new wave act's 1980 album. A tribute to sixties-era pop & pop culture...it's so groovy.

  • I'll put it this was, I know a significant amount of people that count this as one of their favorite albums of 2008. If you're into progressive electronic or crazy experimental, this is for you. I've never heard anything like it.

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  • From the classical "Concerto in G" to the electronic sounds of New Order's "Ceremony" to the hard rocking "I Want Candy" by Bow Wow Wow, this soundtrack has a little bit of everything. Somehow the diverse elements sync together t... From the classical "Concerto in G" to the electronic sounds of New Order's "Ceremony" to the hard rocking "I Want Candy" by Bow Wow Wow, this soundtrack has a little bit of everything. Somehow the diverse elements sync together to become one cohesive whole . . . and a fabulous soundtrack.

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  • Talk about going out with a bang. Great album full of catchy songs. "Every Breath You Take" and "King of Pain" are on here, but for me "Wrapped Around Your Finger" is the standout track. If you ever get a chance to see this son... Talk about going out with a bang. Great album full of catchy songs. "Every Breath You Take" and "King of Pain" are on here, but for me "Wrapped Around Your Finger" is the standout track. If you ever get a chance to see this song live it's so cool. It really cements just how amazing of a percussionist Stewart Copeland is.

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  • "Don't Stand So Close To Me" opens this album, and it's such a standout track. I remember hearing this song for the first time live, on their last tour and I had to get this one. Great album full of amazing songs, even "De Do Do... "Don't Stand So Close To Me" opens this album, and it's such a standout track. I remember hearing this song for the first time live, on their last tour and I had to get this one. Great album full of amazing songs, even "De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da", which I really don't want to like, because it's so silly, but it's just too catchy not to.

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