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Bad Boy (1978); Album Discussion Thread
Topic Started: Jan 19 2010, 10:12 AM (421 Views)
Mark Stephen Baker
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Ringo's 1978 offering goes futher in the disco direction. What did you think of it? Please fill in your answers to the following questions and feel free to elaborate and/or use this thread to discuss the album.

1. When did you first hear Bad Boy? Approximately how old were you and was it the first Ringo Starr album you'd heard?



2. Is it one of your favourite albums?



3. If you care to, please rate the tracks out of 10 (1 being the lowest, 10 being the highest)

1. Who Needs A Heart -
2. Bad Boy -
3. Lipstick Traces -
4. Heart On My Sleeve -
5. Where Did Our Love Go -
6. Hard Times -
7. Tonight -
8. Monkey See-Monkey Do -
9. Old Time Relovin' -
10. A Man Like Me -


4. Which is your favourite and least favourite track? Please give reasons!



Cheers!
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JeffLynnesBeard
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Isn't this a reportedly very bad album - or is this one of the underrated gem type thingies?
...and in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.
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JeffLynnesBeard
Jan 19 2010, 10:48 AM
Isn't this a reportedly very bad album - or is this one of the underrated gem type thingies?
Ah that's not for me to say here until I review it. Let's see what everyone else (ie Olen) has to say about it first. If you're lucky we might listen to it after Ringo The 4th! :whistle:
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invisible jones
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Either this man is dead or my watch has stopped.
I am only familiar with the albums Ringo, Goodnight Vienna, and some of his more recent recordings. I would be interested to hear these other albums. I too have heard that they are embarrassing, but I suspect that my love for older music might make me appreciate them more now than if I had heard them when they were new.
I took my brains out and stretched 'em on a rack
Now I'm not so sure I'm ever gonna get 'em back
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Mark Stephen Baker
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Interesting is a polite way of putting it.
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