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The Millennium Collection: Best of The Tubes (Remastered)

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Best of the early Tubes (Remastered)

This album encompasses a decent collection of songs the band produced when they were signed to A&M records and their material was more "art-rock" than pure pop. Comprised of songs from their albums: "The Tubes" (1975); "Young and Rich" (1976) ; "Now" (1977) and the Todd Rundgren produced "Remote Control" (1979).

A&M seems to be holding back from releasing all The Tubes albums to iTunes anytime soon, so in the meantime enjoy this remastered collection of their early classics. (Personally, I'd love to hear the controversial "Proud to be an American" that appeared on "Young & Rich"!)

Biography

Formed: 1972 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The Tubes were arch satirists of popular culture whose outrageous performance art concepts — which swung wildly from softcore pornography to suit-and-tie conservatism — frequently eclipsed their elusive musical identity. The beginnings of the group originated in Phoenix, Arizona in the late '60s, where guitarist Bill Spooner, keyboardist Vince Welnick, and bassist Rick Anderson formed as the Beans (alternately billing themselves as the Radar Men from Uranus). After moving to San Francisco...
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