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  1. Mecage Reply
    City Boy's 6th and next to last release "Heads Are Rolling", (), would be the first album not produced by Robert "Mutt" Lange, this album would be produced by Tim Friese-Greene (Talk Talk, Thomas Dolby). Recorded in France and Denmark/5(15).
  2. Faulabar Reply
    Nov 26,  · Provided to YouTube by Eleven Seven Music City Boy Blues · Mötley Crüe Theatre of Pain ℗ Masters , Inc. Released on: Artist: Mötley Crüe Auto-generated by YouTube.
  3. Gataur Reply
    There are some excellent tracks on this, their fourth album. "What A Night", "The World Loves A Dancer" and the hit single "".Unfairly compared to their contemporaries ELO and the American band Styx, City Boy also enjoyed sophisticated production and arrangements and whilst also pigeon-holed as another "one hit wonder" band on the strength of "" they wrote some great little tunes.
  4. Tygozragore Reply
    City Boy Blues Lyrics: Fireflies and dogfights / Running hot in the heat / Street noise, another bribe / Things too hard to believe / So head out / My heart's in the country / My feet is in the.
  5. Zulujind Reply
    City Boy Lyrics: I don't wanna be that city boy / Running timeless streets again / I don't wanna be that city boy / Stumbling down the streets my friend / Underneath my skin there's an eagle.
  6. Kajijora Reply
    City Boy were an English rock band formed in the late s. They were originally called Sons Of Doloyne, then Back In The Band, and finally City Boy. They f.
  7. Juran Reply
    shackles of the city boy blues I got the city boy blues I got the city boy blues I got the city boy blues I got the city boy blues And I just can't seem to break the shackles of the city boy blues Don't look to Jesus to change your seasons It's the American dream Souls of gypsies, road of stone Can't seem to find no peace so head out And I just.
  8. Tojinn Reply
    City Boy (76), Dinner At The Ritz (77), Young Men Gone West (77), Book Early (78), The Day The Earth Caught Fire (79), Heads Are Rolling (80) This Birmingham-based (West Midlands, not Alabama) folk-turned-art-rock sextet was quickly signed to Phonogram Records in , presumably because of they sounded so much like 10cc.

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