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Tongue Twistin' Ten (TTT) - Life Is A Rock (But The Radio Rolled Me) / Beat The Devil download mp3 album
Performer:
Tongue Twistin' Ten (TTT)
Album:
Life Is A Rock (But The Radio Rolled Me) / Beat The Devil
Style:
Disco
Released:
1983
Country:
US
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1110 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1529 mb
WMA vers. size:
1459 mb
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Rating:
4.6 ★
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190

Tongue Twistin' Ten (TTT). Life Is A Rock (But The Radio Rolled Me), Beat The Devil ‎(12"). Earthtone Recording Company.

Singer: Tongue Twistin' Ten (TTT). Album's title: Life Is A Rock (But The Radio Rolled Me).

The song was written by Paul DiFranco (music) and Norman Dolph (lyrics). The lyrics are a fast patter of 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s disc jockeys, musicians, songwriters, record labels, and song titles and lyrics, broken only by the chorus.

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Thanks to "Life Is A Rock," Reunion was a one-hit-wonder. RCA tried to convince the makeshift group to record an album and go on tour, but Levine reasoned the associated costs would eat into the royalties from their Top 10 hit. "I figured it was just a novelty idea," he explained. Tracey Ullman recorded this for her 1984 album, You Broke My Heart In 17 Places. Other catalog-style songs include "Do You Remember These" (1972) a collection of references to 1950s pop culture by the Statler Brothers, and "We Didn't Start The Fire" (1989), which has Billy Joel denying responsibility for a laundry list of historical events on behalf of his generation. More songs from Reunion.

Tongue Twistin' Ten (TTT) ‎– Life Is A Rock (But The Radio Rolled Me), Beat The Devil. Label: Earthtone Recording Company ‎– ET 1201-1. Tongue Twistin' Ten (TTT). Life Is A Rock (But The Radio Rolled Me) ‎(7").

Life is a rock but the radio rolled me Gotta turn it up louder, so my dj told me (whoa whoa whoa whoa) Life is a rock but the radio rolled me At the end of my rainbow lies a golden oldie.

A "customized" version of the song, "Life Is a Rock, but 'CFL Rolled Me" was the last rock and roll song played on the Larry Lujack show on WCFL in Chicago on 15 March 1976, before the station switched from Top 40 to beautiful music format. Rival AM station WLS had their own version ("Life Is a Rock, WLS Rolled Me"). The WLS version was the first song played on WLS-FM when the famous callsign returned to the station in 2008, now airing a classic hits format

Tracklist

A Life Is A Rock (But The Radio Rolled Me) 5:21
B Beat The Devil 5:58

Credits

  • Engineer [Mix] – Gregg Mann
  • Executive Producer – Jerry Love
  • Producer – Adam Ippolito
  • Written-By – Adam Ippolito (tracks: B), Mickey Turntable (tracks: B), Norman Dolph (tracks: A), Paul Di Franco (tracks: A)

Notes

Produced for Hello Love, Inc.
A-side Published by Crazy Chords Music (BMI) / Crushing Music Co. (BMI).
B-side Published by Hello Love Music (a division of Fara Music, Inc.) (BMI).
(P) 1983, Earthtone Recording Company, Inc.

Promotional issue.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ET 1201-1 Tongue Twistin' Ten (TTT)* Life Is A Rock (But The Radio Rolled Me) / Beat The Devil ‎(12") Earthtone Recording Company ET 1201-1 US 1983
ET 7001-7 Tongue Twistin' Ten (TTT)* Life Is A Rock (But The Radio Rolled Me) ‎(7") Earthtone Recording Company ET 7001-7 US 1983