Cantonese Boy Lyrics. We're pushing through these farming towns We've worked hard ploughing over ground Red army calls you, the call of the crowd Red army needs you, it calls you now. Cantonese boy, bang your tin drum Cantonese boy, civilian soldier Cantonese boy, bang your tin drum Cantonese boy, red army calls you home
Cantonese Boy (Live) Lyrics. We're pushing Through these farming towns We've worked hard Ploughing over grounds. Red army calls you The call of the crowd Red army needs you It calls you now. Cantonese boy Bang your tin drum Cantonese boy Civilian soldier Cantonese boy Bang your tin drum Cantonese boy Red army calls you home. We're singing Marching through the fields We're changing The lives we've led for years.
Tin Drum is the fifth and final studio album by English band Japan, released in November 1981 by record label Virgin. It peaked at No. 12 on the UK charts, and featured the top 5 single "Ghosts. It has received acclaim as the band's best work. Tin Drum continued the band's now-established mix of electronic elements with traditional instrumentation, but leans far more towards Far Eastern and Orientialist influences than any of their previous albums
The sleeve is very similar to the UK pressing; slightly muted red on the Japan logo and thinner card stock compared to the UK sleeve. However, outwardly it looks the same. Catalogue V2209 on sleeve, 2473 830 on labels.
Cantonese is spoken by about 100 million people in the southern provinces of Guangdong and Guangxi and in neighboring areas such as Hong Kong and Macao, as well as throughout South-East Asia in such places as Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam
Japan is a stratovolcanic archipelago of 6,852 islands. The four largest are Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, and Shikoku, which make up about ninety-seven percent of Japan's land area. Japan's population of 126 million is the world's tenth largest. Oil on Canvas released: 1983. Leidenese Boy released: 1982. Visions of China released: 1982. Japan released: 1982. Live at Hammersmith Odeon released: 1981. Tin Drum released: 1981. Cantonese Boy. Life in Tokyo, Part 1 (Special remix). All Tomorrow's Parties (7" version).
Producer [Produced By] – Japan, Steve NyeRemix – Steve Nye
Producer [Produced By] – John Punter
|VS502-12, VS 502-12||Japan||Cantonese Boy (12", Single, CBS)||Virgin, Virgin||VS502-12, VS 502-12||UK||1982|
|VS502, VS 502||Japan||Cantonese Boy (2x7", Single)||Virgin, Virgin||VS502, VS 502||UK||1982|
|VS502-12, VS 502-12||Japan||Cantonese Boy (12", Single, EMI)||Virgin, Virgin||VS502-12, VS 502-12||UK||1982|
|VS 507||Japan||Cantonese Boy (7", Single)||Virgin||VS 507||South Africa||1982|