Repercussion is the second studio album by American power pop band the dB's, released in October 1981 by Albion Records. Like its predecessor, Stands for Decibels, the album was commercially unsuccessful but critically acclaimed. This was the band's final album with the original lineup, as Chris Stamey left in early April 1982. Stamey and Peter Holsapple, the band's dual singers/guitarists, each ended up contributing six songs on the album.
Cycles Per Second - the dB's. The dB's - Black and White. The Db's - Big Brown Eyes. King - She's Dynamite. The dB's - Lonely Is As Lonely Does. Seçiniz Video açılmıyor Video içeriği hatalı Şarkı sözü hatalı Şarkı sözü ve video uyuşmuyor. The DB's - Cycles Per Second Şarkı Sözü. Never too certain what is to follow Exhilaration, then comes the pressure From A to Z in. Cycles per second Cycles per second. Talk in a riddle, several hertz Some hypnagogic turn for the worse Having a good time. Forging a neuronic aperture. Cycles per second, aaah Cycles per second, aaah It’s got a hold on you Tell me how to make it stop. Call a depression transient thing Can’t move a finger, refuel a drink From Y to B in. Gorging a neurotic appetite
Lyrics to Cycles Per Second by The dB's from the Stands for Decibels album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! . Lyrics Licensed & Provided by LyricFind. Discuss the Cycles Per Second Lyrics with the community: Citation.
Cycles Per Second Lyrics The dB’s. The dB’s - Cycles Per Second Songtext. Cycles per second, aaah Cycles per second, aaah It's got a hold on you Tell me how to make it stop
The dB's were one of the acts in the early '80s that would be a cornerstone for several pop/rock bands of the '90s and beyond. But they never truly got the acclaim or recognition they deserved. Nonetheless, the Paisley Pop Label has assembled a wide array of artists to pay tribute to the band and, more importantly, their lovely pop gems, with Stand-Ins for Decibels: A Tribute to the Db's. The set begins with Bill Lloyd doing justice to the feel-good, summery Beatlesque pop of "Neverland" that recalls early Tom Petty
Written-By – Stamey*, Holder*, Holsapple*, Rigby*
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Written-By – Stamey*