INVITE THE TUBES TO YOUR HOLIDAY PARTY AS WE CELEBRATE THE TUBES/ FRIDAY MUSIC 180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE VINYL SERIES!
*PRESSED ON FIRST TIME SUPER LIMITED EDITION 180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE BLUE VINYL * PRODUCED BY DAVID FOSTER
* MASTERED IMPECCABLY BY JOE REAGOSO AT FRIDAY MUSIC STUDIOS
* FIRST TIME STRIKING GATEFOLD ARTWORK OF THE 1981 MASTERWORK
* NEW RECOLLECTION NOTE FROM THE LEGENDARY FRONT MAN FEE WAYBILL
* FEATURES SMASH HIT ROCK CLASSICS "TALK TO YA LATER" "I DON'T WANT TO WAIT ANYMORE" "POWER TOOLS" "MATTER OF PRIDE" & "ATTACK OF THE FIFTY FOOT WOMAN"
Simply stated, this is one of the greatest albums of the early 80's and ask any Tubes fan and they'll agree.
After releasing a plethora of great recordings throughout the 70's, The Tubes finally received the massive audience they deserved with their 1981 smash hit "The Completion Backward Principle."
The album received wide airplay and two huge hit singles "Take To You Later" and "Don't Want To Wait Anymore" rode the top of the rock and pop charts, as the successful album would be one of the most important albums of their long career.
Produced by hit maker David Foster, "The Completion Backward Principle" was a fast moving rocker and featured more great songs like the funk rock masterpiece "A Matter Of Pride" and the power ballad "Amnesia", as well as "Think About Me" "Attack Of The 50 Foot Woman" & "Power Tools"
Friday Music is very pleased to announce the first time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl release of The Tubes classic "The Completion Backward Principle."
Mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso (Todd Rundgren, Chicago, Hall & Oates) and pressed for a very limited time on spectacular 180 Gram Blue Audiophile Vinyl.....to further your Tubes experience, we are also presenting the album in a striking first time gatefold cover, which includes new commentary from the legendary Fee Waybill of The Tubes.
- Talk To Ya Later
- Sushi Girl
- Mr. Hate
- Attack Of The Fifty Foot Woman
- Think About Me
- A Matter Of Pride
- Don't Want To Wait Anymore
- Power Tools
- Let's Make Some Noise