Brazilian Girls ‎– Talk To La Bomb

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1 Jique 4:17
2 All About Us
Arranged By, Trombone, Euphonium – Clark GaytonFlute, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Jorge ContinentinoPercussion – Mauro Refosco
3:59
3 Last Call
Guitar – Ric OcasekProducer – Ric Ocasek
4:10
4 Never Met A German 2:35
5 Sweatshop
Arranged By, Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba, Cornet – Clark GaytonFlugelhorn, Trumpet – James ZollarFlute, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Jorge Continentino
4:36
6 Le Territoire
Arranged By, Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba, Cornet – Clark GaytonFlute, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Jorge Continentino
4:58
7 Rules Of The Game 4:46
8 Talk To The Bomb 5:42
9 Nicotine
Percussion – Mauro Refosco
3:37
10 Tourist Trap
Arranged By, Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba, Cornet – Clark GaytonFlute, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Jorge ContinentinoPerformer [Ringmaster] – Barry Reynolds
5:01
11 Sexy A**hole 6:44
12 Problem 2:32

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  • Barcode: 602498509609
  • Matrix / Runout: B00 062 2402 01$

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0602498509609 Brazilian Girls Talk To La Bomb(CD, Album) Verve Forecast 0602498509609 Europe 2006 Sell This Version
GPLPCD05 Brazilian Girls Talk To La Bomb(CD, Album) Verve Forecast GPLPCD05 Europe 2006 Sell This Version
B0006224-02 Brazilian Girls Talk To La Bomb(CD, Album) Verve Forecast B0006224-02 US 2006 Sell This Version
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DamonNomad

DamonNomad

May 9, 2010
edited over 7 years ago

As great an example of the sophomore slump as there ever was, Talk To La Bomb is an awful piece of plastic destined for the bargain bins in every record shop. This is sad too since their first album is beautiful and nearly flawless. However, there are only two songs here worth repeated listens-"Last Call" (with gtr by Ric Ocasek) and "Sweatshop". Many of the songs try to impart a stale sense of humor to the songwriting, but on "Never Met a German" it amounts to a boring gimmick. Who knows what they were thinking on "Sexy Asshole"? I'll tell you what I'm thinking though-that they are just rationalizing themselves and their natures as assholes! The non-Brazilian girl in the band has a great voice, it's just too bad she doesn't sing from her heart as on the debut. She sounds like she's bored on "All About Us" and so repetitive on the title track that I started screaming just so I wouldn't hear her repeat the chorus another time! Their subject matter carries so little meaning I wonder if their record label lobotomized them after they wrote such classics as "Don't Stop" "Pussy" and "Dance Till The Morning Sun"...