Category: Alternative


  1. Meztilabar
    Formed in the early sixties in Te Atatu, West Auckland, New Zealand, the La De Das were known for their RnB styled raucous performances. They were signed to Zodiac but licensed to Philips for NZ release. Their debut album is a regarded as a garage rock classic and is hard to find.
  2. Tukinos
    Originally released in , now remastered & cut at revelatory Half-Speed at Abbey Road Studios from vinyl specific original tape transfers designed to get the very best possible sound from the format/5(95).
  3. Tojashura
    The La De Da's covered Too Pooped to Pop, Respect, I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore, Hey Girl and other songs. The La De Da's originally did Too Pooped to Pop, Respect, I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore, Hey Girl and other songs.
  4. Malabei
    Vinyl, CD & Tape. Vinyl was, is and shall remain the medium embodying the love of music like no other. For this reason, HHV has been offering a large selection of LPs and singles for true music buffs since From current releases and coveted limited editions to reissues of timeless classics – in our online record store we carry vinyl records of all formats in a range of more than 70,
  5. Moogum
    Van Halen's most successful and best-known hit single of the David Lee Roth era was undoubtedly "Jump," off their classic album. Although the single was a number one smash (staying at the top of the charts for five weeks), the song had been kicking around for several years unused -- it's rumored to have been written around the time of 's Women and Children First.
  6. Nagar
    The song Jump was written by Eddie Van Halen, David Lee Roth, Michael Anthony and Alex Van Halen and was first released by Van Halen in It was covered by Zenith One, Déjà vu, アトリエ・ボッサ・コンシャス, The Bird & the Bee and other artists.
  7. Zunos
    Jump Back Lyrics: Last night, the night before (jump back, baby, jump back) / Twenty four robbers was at my door (jump back, baby, jump back) / I got up to let 'em in (jump back, baby, jump back.
  8. JoJogar
    This release has an identical laminated cover as The La De Da's* - La De Da's, though the disc is on the Zodiac label. Cover only credits the cover designer, there are no musician or technician credits though the band members are mentioned by first name only in the liner notes.5/5(2).

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