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Go! With The Times

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Red With Purple Flashes
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No Hard Feelings
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My Andy Warhol Poster
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Pinstripes
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Nowhere To Run
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The Joke's On Zandra
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You Can Get It
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I'm With You
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Your Generation
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Dressing Up For The Cameras
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Theme From Man From Uncle
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Reflections In An Imperfect Mirror
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Red With Purple Flashes (7" Single Version)
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My Andy Warhol Poster (1994 Simulated Stereo)
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Pinstripes (1994 Simulated Stereo)
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The Joke's On Zandra (1994 Simulated Stereo)
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Nowhere To Run (1994 Simulated Stereo)
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No Hard Feelings (1994 Simulated Stereo)
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You Can Get It (1994 Simulated Stereo)
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Theme From Man From Uncle (1994 Simulated Stereo)
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Reflections In An Imperfect Mirror (1994 Simulated Stereo)
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My Andy Warhol Poster (Teenage Filmstars "McGoohan" Sessions)
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Biff Bang Pow (Live In Germany 1985)
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Red With Purple Flashes (Live In Germany 1985)
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Joe, Dan And Me...Before The Creation Context (Speech: Edward Ball December 1999)
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 25   Total Length: 78:19

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Douglas Wolk

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Douglas Wolk writes about pop music and comic books for Time, the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Wired and elsewhere. He's the author of Reading Comics: How Gra...more »

04.22.11
The Times, Go! With The Times
2007 | Label: Artpop! / The Orchard

Ed Ball and Daniel Treacy started playing music together in the late '70s, under a handful of names; by 1980, when this album was recorded, they'd moved from their early tongue-in-cheek obsession with punk rock to an even more intense fascination with the U.K. mod sound of 15 years earlier. Treacy's songs appeared as Television Personalities records; Ball's songs were 'O 'Level or Teenage Filmstars records, and Go! With the Times was apparently… read more »

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