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After The Knack's second album, …But the Little Girls Understand, suffered in the shadow of its predecessor (the smash debut Get the Knack), the band took its time with its third album. The result was the excellent and underrated Round Trip. The Knack refined its attack, working with producer Jack Douglas (Cheap Trick, Aerosmith, John Lennon) to find new ways of bringing pop hooks to market. "Boys Go Crazy" caught the classic Knack immediacy, while "Another Lousy Day in Paradise" provided the usual hooks with an extra layer of tension underneath. "Art War," a tune the band had played since its early days, proved it still had a backlog of great tunes. "We Are Waiting" added a modern psychedelic vibe to its stretched-out melody. "Africa" threw in disciplined rhythms from drummer Bruce Gary, who remained an in-demand studio drummer throughout his career. "Pay the Devil (Ooo, Baby, Ooo)" was a touching ballad sung with tenderness by The Knack's leader, Doug Fieger. 

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eggman

The Knack are clean rock and roll and this album ranks with the rest. Great guitar work, strong rhythm and driving drum work. I don't get tired of it......

Biography

Formed: May, 1978 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

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

Forming in Los Angeles in the late '70s, the Knack (Doug Fieger, vocals/guitar; Berton Averre, lead guitar; Prescott Niles, bass; and Bruce Gary, drums) were neither punk nor rock, but pure simple pop, standing out among the musical dross that littered the Sunset Strip. Signing with Capitol after a feeding frenzy of label offers, the Knack released their debut, Get the Knack, in 1979. With its leadoff single, "My Sharona," the Knack climbed both the album and singles charts (eventually selling millions...
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Round Trip, The Knack
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  • $8.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop, Alternative, New Wave
  • Released: 1981

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