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Back In The Night - Dr. Feelgood - Stupidity (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Limited edition re-issue pressed on gold coloured vinyl. Originally issued in on United Artists. A1 Talking About You A2 20 Yards Behind A3 Stupidity A4 All Through The City A5 I'm A Man A6 Walking The Dog A7 She Does It Right B1 Going Back Home B2 I Don't Mind B3 Back In The Night B4 I'm A Hog For You Baby B5 Che.
  2. Dec 30,  · #DrFeelgood #Vinyl album #Casebook () LP Roxette/Route 66/She does it right/Riot in cell block N. 9/Back in the night /You shouldn't call .
  3. Professional ratings; Review scores; Source Rating; Allmusic: Private Practice was the sixth album by Dr. Feelgood, and was released in October This was commercially rewarding when the album spawned a Top 10 hit single (the only one of their career) in "Milk and Alcohol". Their preceding single release, "Down at the Doctors", which also appeared on Private Practice 's track listing.
  4. Malpractice saw Dr. Feelgood break into the UK Top 20, the success of the release a gauge of a change in the musical climate. With their drainpipe suits, short hair, and surly demeanour, they were as influential as any at the inception of punk rock. The album was re-issued in August on the Grand Records label in both vinyl and CD formats.
  5. Nov 15,  · 11 videos Play all Dr Feelgood "Malpractice" - Full Album Roy Hulland Dr Feelgood - Back in the Night (Live) ( Remaster) - Duration: Dr Feelgood , views.
  6. Dr Feelgood - Stupidity ( uk, live rock 'n' roll dynamite, japan SHM expanded edition) The best live record ever: and it reached No1! Just a few years into the s, rock had become self-indulgent, and pompous, and singles were increasingly cheesy.
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  8. Dr. Feelgood's second album and their American debut, Malpractice was represented a major step forward for the group -- for starters, it was in stereo. Add to that the fact that the quartet had refined its sound, so that it was a match for what the Rolling Stones had generated on their debut album, and you had the makings of a classic; Lee Brilleaux's lead vocals and his and Wilko Johnson's.

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