I have always loved this track and always thought it was to short... - so I extended it from the original 1:27 to 6:24...
This track is made purely from sounds in the original 1:27 track, cut'n'pasted, mixed, re-arranged it. The track is originally produced by Arthur Baker
And I have just discovered that there is a 12" version of "Dance On Your Knees" - heard a bit of it and actually liked my version better :-)
My version is more dirrrty - hope you enjoy it to......
Big Bam Boom was the twelfth studio album by Daryl Hall & John Oates, released on RCA late in 1984.
It marked the end of one of the most successful album runs by a duo of the 1980s. The album is also considered a record
that defines the sound of the 1980s. BMG Heritage released a remastered version in July 2004 with four bonus tracks.
The song "Out Of Touch" (the first single) was a #1 pop hit, and charted in several other areas
(#24 Hot Black Singles, #8 on the Adult Contemporary charts and #1 on the dance charts, #48 in the UK).
Another song taken from the album, the Daryl Hall/Janna Allen-penned "Method Of Modern Love" reached a high point of #5.
Big Bam Boom peaked at #5 and sold over three million copies worldwide.
"Dance On Your Knees" (Hall, Arthur Baker) - 1:27
"Out of Touch" (Hall, Oates) - 4:21
"Method of Modern Love" (Hall, Janna Allen) - 5:34
"Bank On Your Love" (Hall, Oates, Sara Allen) - 4:18
"Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid" (Hall) - 5:26
"Going Thru The Motions" (Hall, Oates, Janna Allen, Sara Allen) - 5:40
"Cold Dark and Yesterday" (Oates) - 4:40
"All American Girl" (Hall, Oates, Sara Allen) - 4:28
"Possession Obsession" (Hall, Oates, Sara Allen, Janna Allen) - 4:36
Remastered CD Bonus Tracks
"Out of Touch (12" version)" - 7:42
"Method of Modern Love (12" version)" - 7:49
"Possession Obsession (12" version)" - 6:31
"Dance on Your Knees (12" version)" - 6:40
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