|Title:||Tra La La|
|1||–The Vibrators||Tra La La|
|2||–The Forceful Rhythm||Tra La La (Version)|
|CB1779||The Vibrators||Tra La La (7")||Clandisk||CB1779||Jamaica||Unknown|
|none||The Vibrators||Tra La La (7", Single)||Mareen Records||none||Jamaica||1975|
Clandisk labels, A side on blue and B side yellow.
The Vibrators - Tra-La-La. CAFÉ JAMAICA. Tra La La. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Vibrators are a British punk rock band that formed in 1976. The Vibrators were founded by Ian 'Knox' Carnochan, bassist Pat Collier, guitarist John Ellis, and drummer John 'Eddie' Edwards. They first came to public notice at the 100 Club when they backed Chris Spedding in 1976. On Spedding's recommendation, Mickie Most signed them to his label RAK Records. Most produced their first single, We Vibrate. The band also backed Spedding on his single, Pogo Dancing. Watch the video for Banana Splits The Tra La La Song from The Dickies's Banana Splits The Tra La La Song for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. They were extremely popular in the UK and had a top 10 hit with Banana Splits Tra La La Song in 1979 oddly enough, many of their lyrics were about aspects of Southern California life not easily decipherable to those unfamiliar with the region, in songs like Waterslide, I'm A C read more. The Dickies were amongst the first punk rock bands to emerge from Los Angeles, and the first California punk band to be signed to a major record label and appear on network television. The Vibrators. 171,806 listeners. Текст песни: One banana, two banana, three banana, four Four bananas make a bunch and so do many more Over hill and highway the banana buggies go Comin' on to bring you the Banana Splits show Makin' up a mess of in album Neil Sedaka - The Tra-La Days Are Over 1973. Neil Sedaka - Little Brother. Autore: Al J. Neiburg - Jerry Livingston - Marty Symes, Compositori: Al J. Neiburg - Jerry Livingston - Marty Symes. Tra La La La La is a song written and produced by Ike Turner. It was released as a single by R&B duo Ike & Tina Turner on Sue Records in 1962. Tra La La La La was released as the third single from Ike and Tina's 1962 album Dynamite. It became their fifth top 10 R&B hit in less than two years since their inception as a duo, peaking at No. 9 on the Billboard R&B singles chart and at No. 50 on the Hot 100