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Keep Your Hands to Yourself / Can't Stand the Pain [Digital 45] - Single

The Georgia Satellites

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This budget-priced compilation on Rhino's Flashback imprint features the roots rock band Georgia Satellites. The ten tracks include the original hit version of the 1986 chart-topper "Keep Your Hands to Yourself" along with lesser-heard cover versions of the Beatles' "Don't Pass Me By," Rod Stewart's "Every Picture Tells a Story," Jerry Lee Lewis' "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On," and Joe South's "Games People Play."

Biography

Formed: 1980 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

At a time when rock & roll didn't care about its roots, the Georgia Satellites came crashing into the charts with a surprise hit single to remind everybody where the music had come from. The hit single, 1986's "Keep Your Hands to Yourself," rocked as hard as an old Chuck Berry song, as well as being almost as clever. The Satellites weren't a back-to-basics roots rock band, either — their straightforward sound borrowed equally from Berry, the Rolling Stones, the Faces, Little Feat, and AC/DC,...
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