Buggles, The - Beatnick mp3 album
- Performer: Buggles, The
- Title: Beatnick
- Genre: Pop
- Formats: WAV DTS MOD AC3 DMF MP3 ASF
- Released: 1982
- MP3 album: 1715 mb
- FLAC album: 1111 mb
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 487
The Buggles are an English new wave band formed in London, England, in 1977 by singer and bassist Trevor Horn and keyboardist Geoffrey Downes. They are best known for 1979 debut single "Video Killed the Radio Star", which topped the UK Singles Chart and reached number one in 15 other countries. The duo released their first album, The Age of Plastic, in January 1980 with "Video Killed the Radio Star" as its lead single.
Listen to music from The Buggles like Video Killed the Radio Star, Video Killed The Radio Star - Single Version & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Buggles. The Buggles' sound was characterised by a deliberately synthetic quality in keeping with the technological subject matter of their songs. The group had a smash hit with the first single from their debut album, 'The Age of Plastic'.
The following year, the Buggles released a second album,
The Buggles' sound was characterised by a deliberately synthetic quality in keeping with the technological subject matter of their songs. Song "Video Killed The Radio star" famously provided the 1st music video ever played on MTV (on August 1, 1981). The novelty value of their most popular song has led to the Buggles being perceived as being a one-hit-wonder. After joining progressive rock group Yes for their 1980 'Drama' album and tour and then recording the second Buggles album, 'Adventures in Modern Recording', in 1981, The Buggles members parted ways to explore other projects. Horn has been a highly successful record producer while Downes has served as a key member of the supergroup Asia. Both of them have revisited their Buggles material to enthusiastic audiences.
The Buggles was formed in 1979 in England by vocalist and bassist Trevor Horn and keyboardist Geoff Downes. Their first single, "Video Killed the Radio Star," hit number one in the . in late 1979; when MTV went on the air in 1981, the record's video was the first ever broadcast on the fledgling cable network. The Buggles also had another British hits "The Plastic Age," "Clean Clean" and "Elstree". The members: Geoffrey Downes, Trevor Horn, John Sinclair, Simon Darlow. The second album, which was recorded.
Поиск: Back to the page of Buggles. Video Killed the Radio Star. Single, 1979, Island Records. Album, 05 Март 1980, Universal Music Group, Island Records, Polygram. 1. Plastic Age. 2. 4. I Love You (Miss Robot).
The album's title track is also a winner. Adventures in Modern Recording" is a bit autobiographical, as it has fun with the fact that The Buggles were solely a studio act that never played a live show until they performed some reunion shows several decades later. The track features a canned audience cheering wildly throughout, even as Horn sings of his fictional rock star wannabes "They're not playing/They're not playing/They're just having/Adventures in modern recording. The album, however, was a commercial failure, which led Horn into terminating The Buggles, and walking away from his career as a performer to concentrate on his new passion, musical production. Nevertheless, the album can be considered something of a flawed treasure, cherished all the more because it was one of the only two albums this underrated eighties band ever released.