8 thoughts on “ Sexy Eiffel Towers - Bow Wow Wow - The Original Recordings (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Jul 30,  · The first Bow Wow Wow album was Your Cassette Pet, not a vinyl release but a fun coloured flip pack packed cassette. Its joyous high speed romp through eight fantastic songs featured David Barbarossa’s tribal drumming, Leigh Gorman’s high speed bass, Matthew Ashman’s spaghetti-Western guitar and of course Annabella’s breathy eh, singing/5(26).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of I Want Candy on Discogs.5/5(2).
  3. Bow Wow Wow was formed in by Malcolm McLaren after the demise of the Sex Pistols and were originally the first lineup of British group Adam And The Ants. On McLaren's advice, the band ditched Adam.
  4. Bow Wow Wow found early success with their Burundi-style drumming, pop melodies, surf instrumentals and Annabella Lwin’s screams, chants and girlish squeals. But their notoriety soared due to the controversy surrounding Lwin’s age, and the fact that she was .
  5. Your Cassette Pet could be the definitive Bow Wow Wow recording, a snapshot that captures the genuine excitement and wonder of the band. Unfortunately it didn’t receive the reception it .
  6. Feb 07,  · Bow Wow Wow TV Savage, Cowboy, Orang Outang, Sexy Eiffel Towers, Jungle Boy, Mile High Club, Uoma Sex El Apache, Go wild In The Country, I Want Candy, C30 C60 C90 Go! Live Sefton Park 07/09/
  7. Jun 29,  · The original source of this tribal rhythm is a recording of 25 drummers, made in a village in the east African nation of Burundi by a team of French anthropologists. The recording was included in an album, Musique du Burundi, issued by the French Ocora label in It is impressively kinetic, but the rhythm patterns are not as complex as most African drumming; they are a relatively easy mark for .
  8. "Bow Bow Bow" was a 80s new wave band, organized by the Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren in , whose music is described as having an "African-derived drum sound". McLaren persuaded guitarist Matthew Ashman, bassist Leigh Gorman and percussionist Dave Barbarossa of the original lineup of Adam and the Ants to leave Adam Ant and form a new.

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