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Its You - The Knack (3) - ...But The Little Girls Understand (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Its You - The Knack (3) - ...But The Little Girls Understand (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Aug 19,  · Not only is the title of the album a direct swipe at would be detractors, But The Little Girls Understand has the audacity to not only name check one of the great blues lyrics of all time (“Back Door Man”), it also suggests that only teenage girls would be equipped at “getting” The Knack.
  2. But the Little Girls Understand is an album by power pop / new wave group The Knack released by Capitol Records in February The album reached the number 15 spot on the Billboard album chart .
  3. Round Trip is the third studio album by power pop/new wave band The Knack that was released by Capitol Records in It received generally unfavorable critical reviews, but it reached #93 in the Billboard and also contained single "Pay The Devil (Ooo, Baby, Ooo)" (hitting #67 on the Billboard Hot ). "Boys Go Crazy" was issued as the single from the album in Australia.
  4. The Knack - Get The Knack - Original Vinyl LP Record Club Edition SO $ The Knack, Get The Knack Vinyl LP, Capitol SO NM Vinyl Power Pop.
  5. Mar 12,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Baby Talks Dirty (Remastered) · The Knack But The Little Girls Understand ℗ Capitol .
  6. Little known until now was just how closely related the songs of "But the Little Girls Understand" were to those of "Get the Knack." Doug Fieger and company originally proposed to Capitol Records a double album debut (!), nothing less than a concept album of suburban 70s teenage angst.4/5(25).
  7. The group’s second album, But the Little Girls Understand, was deemed a failure when it only sold half-a-million copies.A third LP in , Round Trip, moved a mere , bungturredemocobacdiorahapboyge.co quit the band at the end of that year. The Knack reunited in , and enjoyed two slight resurgences: first in with a new album titled Serious Fun that yielded a Top 10 album rock radio track.
  8. Little known until now was just how closely related the songs of "But the Little Girls Understand" were to those of "Get the Knack." Doug Fieger and company originally proposed to Capitol Records a double album debut (!), nothing less than a concept album of suburban 70s teenage angst/5(24).

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