Fabulous Poodles ‎– Think Pink

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Epic ‎– JEA 36256
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Tracklist

Program 1
1 Man With Money
2 Bionic Man
3 Bike Blood
Program 2
4 Any Port In The Storm
5 Cossack Cowboy
6 Suicide Bridge
Program 3
7 (Hollywood) Dragnet
8 Anna Rexia
9 You Woudn't Listen
Program 4
10 Bionic Man
11 Pink City Twist
12 Vampire Rock

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Other Versions (5 of 11) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BLUP 5001 Fabulous Poodles Think Pink(LP, Album) Blueprint (2) BLUP 5001 UK 1979 Sell This Version
JE 36256 Fabulous Poodles Think Pink(LP, Album, Promo) Epic, Park Lane Records Ltd. JE 36256 US 1979 Sell This Version
BLUP 5001 Fabulous Poodles Think Pink(LP, Album) Blueprint (2) BLUP 5001 Australia 1979 Sell This Version
JE 36256 Fabulous Poodles Think Pink(LP, Album, Te) Epic, Park Lane Records Ltd. JE 36256 US 1979 Sell This Version
CAZ 405 Fabulous Poodles Think Pink(Cass, Album) Zafiro CAZ 405 Spain 1980 Sell This Version

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Gremac

Gremac

November 22, 2008
The Fabulous Poodles's "Think Pink" release doesn't compare to their consistently witty "Mirror Stars" album, but it does have its charms. The Poodles seem to be showing a more serious side here and it pays with songs like "Any Port in the Storm," "(Hollywood)Dragnet," "You Wouldn't Listen" and the stark "Suicide Bridge." "You Wouldn't Listen", in particular, is a favourite song of mine. The humour of this album is somewhat more uneven. "Ann Rexia" is the standout here - a truly jaw-dropping classic in rockabilly style. It really is something. "Bionic Man" is an amusing workman-like song, but "Bike Blood" and "Vampire Rock" seem to be pitching to, shall we say, sillier ears - they pass muster, but they don't compare to "Mirror Stars." "Pink City Twist" is a fun little tune and "Cossack Cowboy" is a fine workout for the violinist. The album is worth a listen - and do not miss "Ann Rexia" at all costs!