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Turning Japanese - The Vapors - New Clear Days (Cassette, Album)


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1980
Label: United Artists Records - 4LT-1049 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Power Pop, New Wave


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9 thoughts on “ Turning Japanese - The Vapors - New Clear Days (Cassette, Album)

  1. Mar 22,  · The Vapors released their first single "Prisoners" in November 79, and their second single "Turning Japanese" was a huge hit and earned them their first silver disc. The band's debut album NEW CLEAR DAYS written by Dave Fenton and produced by Vic Smith has just been released and they will be embarking on a major UK your with a U.S. tour planned for fall, /5(76).
  2. "The Vapors" waren eine britische New Wave-Band,die von bestand und in dieser Zeit zwei Alben (New Clear Days,,Magnets,)auf den Markt brachte. Die Single "Turning Japanese" aus diesem Debutalbum war damals ein ziemlicher Hit. Die anderen Stücke sind aber auch alle nicht zu verachten/5(40).
  3. Apr 15,  · The Vapors released their first single "Prisoners" in November 79, and their second single "Turning Japanese" was a huge hit and earned them their first silver disc. The band's debut album NEW CLEAR DAYS written by Dave Fenton and produced by Vic Smith has just been released and they will be embarking on a major UK your with a U.S. tour planned for fall, /5().
  4. Apr 03,  · The Vapors – Reunite with new album to celebrate 40 years since ‘Turning Japanese’ Posted on April 3, April 3, by Original Rock Celebrating 40 years since the release of their debut album ‘New Clear Days’ and their massive hit, ‘Turning Japanese,’ British New Wave band The Vapors return with a brand new album – ‘Together,’ out 15th May via .
  5. It's easy to dismiss this band as a one-hit wonder -- surely the album has nothing quite as infectious as the single, "Turning Japanese." New Clear Days is, however, a fine example of punchy Brit-pop in the vein of The Jam that holds up better than most albums from the period.9/
  6. "Turning Japanese" is a song by English band the Vapors, from their album New Clear Days. It was an international hit, becoming the song for which the Vapors are best known. The lyric describes the narrator being separated from a woman he loves and thus preoccupied with photos of her. The song prominently features an Oriental riff played on guitar.
  7. New Clear Days contains the UK hit single "Turning Japanese", which reached # 3 in the chart in February A remix of "News @ Ten" (named after the well known ITV news programme), went to #45 in July of that year. A third single, a re-recording of "Waiting For The Weekend" which included a horn section, failed to chart. The title is a pun on Nuclear - nuclear weapons and .
  8. New Clear Days is the debut album by the British rock group The confdlelgasecoloo.pibuperrocksunracepjalensokorse.co spent six weeks in the UK album charts, reaching a highest position of No. 44 in June It contains their best-known song, "Turning Japanese", which reached No. 3 in the UK chart in February and was also a worldwide success.A remix of "News at Ten" (named after the well .
  9. New Clear Days contained "Turning Japanese" and displayed a new wave sound with socially conscious lyrics. That album reached the middle of the charts in the UK, Canada, and US. Magnets revealed a power pop sound and darker lyrics, with the song "Jimmie Jones" making reference to cult leader Jim Jones. That album sold poorly and the band broke.

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