I only have time for a quick blog entry today, as I still have a lot of preparation to do for my band’s big benefit show at the Kessler Theater in Dallas tomorrow. Diamondbag is normally a Neil Diamond tribute band, but we’ve learned an entire set of new wave classics for this special prom-themed show. I ordered a “Frankie Say Relax” t-shirt from the interwebs to wear on stage, but it hasn’t arrived yet and I need to have some backup ’80s fashion options. I am now off to a vintage clothing store in search of some parachute pants and a Members Only jacket. Wish me luck in my fashion quest, and please enjoy Diamondbag’s version of the classic Buggles tune “Video Killed The Radio Star”. And yes, we are opening the show with it. I hope I don’t have to explain why…

Upstairs At Mike's 2

Diamondbag: “Video Killed The Radio Star” (Horn/Downes/Woolley)

Recorded live upstairs at Mike’s Farm, 3/1/2014

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Bonus Tracks!

The first rule of The Analog Kid blog is that if you write about a song on the Analog Kid blog, you share the song on the Analog Kid blog.

The Buggles_ Singles & B-Sides

The Buggles: “Video Killed The Radio Star” [Single Version] (Horn/Downes/Woolley)

Original version from the album The Age Of Plastic

Island Records, 1979

Bruce Woolley & The Camera Club

Bruce Woolley & The Camera Club: “Video Killed The Radio Star” (Horn/Downes/Woolley)

From the album Bruce Woolley & The Camera Club

Columbia Records, 1979

 

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  1. Mark says:

    Great rendition of this pop classic.

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