|A4||Wild Sex (In The Working Class)||4:06|
|A5||Running On A Treadmill||3:20|
|B1||Whole Day Off||3:54|
|B2||Nothing To Fear (But Fear Itself)||3:52|
|B3||Why'd We Come||3:57|
|B5||Reptiles And Samurai||5:23|
|SP-4903||Oingo Boingo||Nothing To Fear (LP, Album, Mon)||A&M Records, I.R.S. Records||SP-4903||US||1982|
|CD 3251||Oingo Boingo||Nothing To Fear (CD, Album, RE)||A&M Records||CD 3251||US||Unknown|
|CD 3251||Oingo Boingo||Nothing To Fear (CD, RP)||A&M Records, I.R.S. Records||CD 3251||US||Unknown|
|CS-4903||Oingo Boingo||Nothing To Fear (Cass, Album)||A&M Records||CS-4903||US||1982|
|SP-4903||Oingo Boingo||Nothing To Fear (LP, Album, R)||A&M Records, I.R.S. Records||SP-4903||US||1982|
Complete your Oingo Boingo collection. With many new wave bands of the late '70s and early '80s, the second album, where the balance between quirky credibility and commercial reality is struck, is the best. This is certainly the case with Oingo Boingo's NOTHING TO FEAR. is clearly their most artistically satisfying record. Reducing the ska element found on 1981's ONLY A LAD, the band's three-man horn section takes on a more Zappa-esque jazz influence.
Farewell: Live from the Universal Amphitheatre, Halloween 1995 is a double live album and home video release by American new wave band Oingo Boingo, documenting their final concert performance on Halloween night of 1995. As with all their live shows, the setlist included songs from across the band's large discography, many of which were given new arrangements.
Boingo is the eighth and final studio album by American new wave band Oingo Boingo. It was the band's only album recorded for their new label, Giant Records, as well as the only album to be released by the band's 1994 5-piece line-up. After 1990's Dark at the End of the Tunnel, frontman Danny Elfman felt he was again "starting to get bored" with the band's musical direction and that a change was necessary to stay active
Band Name Oingo Boingo. Album Name Nothing to Fear. Data de lançamento 22 Junho 1982. Labels A And M Records. Estilo de MúsicaNew-Wave. Membros têm este álbum4.
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File:Oingo Boingo-Nothing to Fear. Studio album by Oingo Boingo. The album was received with high regional sales and airplay, selling 125,000 copies in its original run, despite continuous condemnation from critics. Elfman often used this negativity to the band's advantage through publicity, stating: "The music like is inspirationless and contrived. The band went on a successful tour following their new release, even opening for bands such as The Police and Fear on occasion.
Produced by Oingo Boingo & Joe Chiccarelli. Album Nothing to Fear. Written By Danny Elfman. Release Date June 22, 1982. Nothing to Fear Oingo Boingo.
This album has an average beat per minute of 139 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 93/206 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Nothing to Fear. BPM Profile Nothing to Fear. Album starts at 97BPM, ends at 157BPM (+60), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Oingo Boingo. Dark at the End of the Tunnel.
Oingo Boingo Wild Sex (In The Working Class).