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Vacation

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Vacation
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He's So Strange
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Girl Of 100 Lists
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We Don't Get Along
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I Think It's Me
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It's Everything But Partytime
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Get Up And Go
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This Old Feeling
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Cool Jerk
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The Way You Dance
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Beatnik Beach
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Worlds Away
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 36:19

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Getting The Band Back Together

By Tobi Vail, Contributor

Few things spawn more ire from idealistic fans and music journalists than the rock reunion. Naysayers cynically view the trend as an attempt to cash in on the past. In a recent book interrogating today's obsession with the past, pop critic Simon Reynolds dubs this phenomenon "retromania." Considering it from a feminist perspective gives me pause. Women in rock are often viewed as marginal figures: Even though we've been around since day one, we are… more »

They Say All Music Guide

The surprise success of Beauty and the Beat meant that the Go-Go’s were expected to remain hitmakers, so perhaps it shouldn’t have come as a surprise that their second album, Vacation, is a considerably slicker affair than their debut. Sporting a glossy yet alluring finish, the album has an appealing, radio-ready sound, but it’s at the expense of the giddy sense of fun that made Beauty and the Beat such a vibrant record. However, Vacation is far from a washout. Although half the album is padded with filler, the very best moments are terrific pop songs, highlighted by the bouncy “This Old Feeling” and the classic title track. – Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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