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Los Popularos - Working Girls - 1981 - Art Bergmann - Canada Power Pop Punk 7"
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Los Popularos - Working Girls




Label: Puerco-Maria Records

LP 001

Format: Vinyl, 7"

Record is VG++

Country: Canada

Released: 1981

Genre: Rock

Style: Punk



Tracklist




A Working Girls
3:17



B Mystery To Myself
Synthesizer – Andy Graffiti

3:17





Credits

Bass, Vocals– Tony Bardach
Drums– Zip Pinhead
Engineer– Dave Thomas
Guitar, Piano, Vocals– Art Bergmann
Guitar, Vocals– Buck Cherry (3)
Producer– Andy Graffiti
Vocals– Bill Shirt


Notes


Recorded at Ocean Sound Vancouver, March 1981.



Los Popularos, formerly the Young Canadians, were a Vancouver crew who were apparently quite the rabble-rousers back in the heady early days of punk mayhem. This particular 45, however, reminds me of any number of pop hits from the first half of the 80s that were considered purchase-worthy singles (think Huey Lewis, Tommy Tutone, stuff like that) by essentially forgettable artists. So not so edgy or anything, but I'm a sucker for the chorus.

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