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Knack, The - Get The Knack download album

  • Performer: Knack, The
  • Album: Get The Knack
  • FLAC: 1874 mb | MP3: 1538 mb
  • Released: 1979
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 878
Knack, The - Get The Knack download album

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The Knack was an American rock band based in Los Angeles that rose to fame with their first single, "My Sharona", an international number-one hit in 1979. Singer Doug Fieger was a native of Oak Park, Michigan, a northern suburb of Detroit, Michigan, and grew up in the 9 Mile/Coolidge area.

Get The Knack - THREE PRESSINGS COMPARED 5:24. The Knack - My Sharona (2017 reissue by MFSL) 5:17. The Knack - My Sharona (1979) 5:13. The Knack - (She's So) Selfish (2017 MFSL reissue) 4:55. Good Girls Don't by THE KNACK 3:25. The Knack - Frustrated - Official Video 3:51. The Knack - Oh Tara 3:04.

Album · 1979 · 12 Songs. Get Apple Music on iOS, Android, Mac and Windows. 12 Songs, 41 Minutes. Get the Knack The Knack. Listen on Apple Music.

My Sharona" /ʃəˈroʊnə/ is the debut single by the Knack. The song was written by Berton Averre and Doug Fieger, and released in 1979 from their album Get the Knack. It reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart where it remained for 6 weeks, and was number one on Billboard's 1979 Top Pop Singles year-end chart.

Band's List New-Wave The Knack Get the Knack. Album Name Get the Knack. Members owning this album9. 1. Let Me Out. 2. Your Number or Your Name. 4. (She's So) Selfish.

GET THE KNACK is a finely crafted album of hard hitting Power Pop that I’ve been enjoying since I was 10 years old. At that age, I was blissfully unaware of all of the controversy surrounding The Knack. Despite its meteoric success in 1979, the band had many detractors who resented their inexplicably fast rise to the top, the tongue-in-cheek marketing nods to The Beatles and the seeming arrogance of their band in not allowing interviews. These controversies have already been more than adequately discussed elsewhere, so let’s focus on the music.

It's hard to remember why this album inspired so much antagonism back in 1979. Most of the songs treat girls as alien but desirable creatures, and singer Doug Fieger is maybe a little too gleeful about the dirty thoughts they inspire, but as art crimes go those are misdemeanors. The power pop sublimity of "My Sharona" and "Good Girls Don't," on the other hand, is a rare achievement. It's hard to remember why this album inspired so much antagonism back in 1979.