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Oingo Boingo - Boi-Ngo

Oingo Boingo - Boi-Ngo
Performer: Oingo Boingo
Genre: Rock
Title: Boi-Ngo
MP3 album size: 2690 mb
FLAC album size: 2238 mb
Style: New Wave
Country: US
Released: 1987
Catalog number: MCAD-5811
Label: MCA Records

Tracklist


1Pain
Backing Vocals – Carmen Twillie, Maxine Waters
4:26
2Not My Slave4:43
3We Close Our Eyes3:38
4Outrageous3:46
5Where Do All My Friends Go4:30
6New Generation5:16
7Home Again5:14
8Elevator Man4:30
9My Life4:36

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MCA-5811Oingo Boingo Boi-Ngo ‎(LP, Album)MCA RecordsMCA-5811US1987
MCAD-5811Oingo Boingo Boi-Ngo ‎(CD, Album, RE)MCA RecordsMCAD-5811USUnknown
MCAC-5811Oingo Boingo Boi-Ngo ‎(Cass, Album, RE, HX )MCA RecordsMCAC-5811US1987
670.0092Oingo Boingo Boi-Ngo ‎(LP, Album)MCA Records670.0092Brazil1988
MCAD-5811Oingo Boingo Boi-Ngo ‎(CD, Album)MCA RecordsMCAD-5811US1987

Credits


  • Art DirectionVartan
  • Baritone SaxophoneLeon Schneiderman
  • Bass, VocalsJohn Avila
  • DesignMike Fink
  • Drums, PercussionJohnny (Vatos) Hernandez
  • Engineer [Mixing Second Engineer]Karen Siegal
  • Engineer [Recording Second Engineer]David Knight
  • Engineer [Recording Second Engineer], Engineer [Mixing Second Engineer]Jimmy Presiozi
  • GuitarSteve Bartek
  • KeyboardsMike Bacich
  • Mastered ByWally Traugott
  • Mixed ByBill Jackson (tracks: 2, 3, 6, 8), Humberto Gatica (tracks: 5, 7), Michael Frondelli (tracks: 1, 4, 9)
  • Photography ByAaron Rapoport
  • ProducerDanny Elfman, Steve Bartek
  • Recorded ByBill Jackson
  • Tenor SaxophoneSam Phipps
  • TromboneBruce Fowler , Michael Vlatkovitch
  • TrumpetDale Turner
  • Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Written-ByDanny Elfman

Notes


Recorded and mixed at Sunset Sound Factory.

Barcodes


  • Barcode: 0 76732-5811-2 4
  • Barcode (Scanned UPC-A): 076732581124
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): MCAD - 5811 - V1E24
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): MCAD - 5811 - V1E10
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): MCAD - 5811 - V1E25

Companies


  • Manufactured For – MCA Records, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – MCA Records, Inc.
  • Recorded At – The Sound Factory
  • Mixed At – Capitol Studios
  • Mixed At – The Sound Factory
  • Mixed At – Lion Share Recording Studios
  • Mastered At – Capitol Studios

Video

Album


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. In 1994, he decided to reshuffle the band's line-up without a horn section or. Boi-Ngo stylized as BOI-NGO is the sixth studio album by American band Oingo Boingo, released in 1987. Boi-Ngo was the third album to be self-produced by Danny Elfman and Steve Bartek including So-Lo. The tracks We Close Our Eyes, Not My Slave and Pain were released as singles. A number of other songs were recorded for the album but cut, including Remember My Name, Find You, Inside and Mama. An earlier song, Cinderella Undercover first written for Only A Lad six years earlier. Boi-ngo also known as BOI-NGO is the fifth studio album by Oingo Boingo, released in 1987. It has a similar musical style to Dead Man's Party 1985 . Oingo Boingo - BOI-NGO 1987. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. New Wave. Oingo Boingo. Songs in album Oingo Boingo - BOI-NGO 1987. Oingo Boingo - Home Again. Oingo Boingo - Where Do All My Friends Go. Oingo Boingo - Elevator Man. Oingo Boingo - New Generation. Oingo Boingo - We Close Our Eyes. Oingo Boingo - Not My Slave. Oingo Boingo - My Life. Oingo Boingo - Outrageous. 03:47 320 Кб. Album 1986 9 Songs. After reaching a commercial and creative peak with Dead Mans Party, Oingo Boingo felt free to move on to a new chapter with 1987s Boi-ngo. While Outrageous reignites one last round of Boingo-style dance rock, most of the album is markedly more introspective in tone than what had came before. While Danny Elfman once sang about surreal hallucinations, We Close Our Eyes is a quiet, bittersweet song about looking the mirror and understanding human mortality. Oingo Boingo: American new wave band, formed by songwriter Danny Elfman in 1979. The band emerged from a surrealist musical theatre troupe, The Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo, that Elfman had led and written material for in the years previous. Little Girls, Weird Science, Dead Man's Party и другие песни. Oingo Boingo: все альбомы, включая Best O' Boingo , Dead Man's Party , Skeletons In The Closet: The Best Of Oingo Boingo и другие. Listen free to Oingo Boingo Boi-Ngo Home Again, Where Do All My Friends Go and more. 9 tracks 40:32. OINGO BOINGO. Album release date: 1 January 1987. Home Again Album Version. Where Do All My Friends Go Album Version. Elevator Man Album Version. New Generation Album Version
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Throughout the early to late eighties Oingo Boingo was one of a number of alternative/new wave/modern rock bands with an incredible cult following and was expected to finally crossover to top 40/mainstream outlets in the US with this album, which was designed to be the equivalent of The B-52's "Cosmic Thing" or R.E.M.'s "Document." Although "Pain" was serviced to alternative radio and top 40 outlets in the U.S., for whatever reason the powers at MCA decided not to release an actual single for "Pain" until well after they went for radio adds and the resulting mistimed marketing campaign ended up being a swan song for the album, which unfortunately fell off the top 200 albums rather quickly. It also served to be the final OB album with material that had the trademark quirky, alternative dance sound that their fans and alternative radio so constistently devoured. A few years following this album, the group released another album not as Oingo Boingo... but as "Boingo" and the sound would change to the "grunge" sound of the day, distancing long-time fans and ultimately leading the group to a self-imposed withdrawl from the music scene. The ultimate irony, perhaps, is that the mainstream success that was sought after with this album was ultimately found not by the group as a whole, but years later by lead singer Elfman... and not as a singer, but as writer of musical scores for everything from "Batman" (along side Prince's top 40/R&B soundtrack for the same film) to "Pee-Wee's Big Adventure." Fortunately for the band as a whole, their decision to silently withdraw ultimately gave them the success that they (or the group's management crew) so badly wanted: They managed to shrug off the lackluster reception of this and "Boingo" and remain a cult-fave with now classics like "Dead Man's Party" and "Who Do You Want To Be?" being spun on alternative / modern rock stations in the US and abroad... as well as ... top 40 stations. Go figure.
Funny how written retrospectives tend to blindly hop through time. A few is not 7. A few years after this album came out the band released DARK AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL. The soundtrack for Pee-Wee's Big Adventure predates this cd and the soundtracks for BEETLEJUICE, BATMAN and EDWARD SCISSORHANDS all predate the end of the touring and marketing for Oingo Boingo's DARK AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL. Years later Danny Elfman was simply a very hireable film scorer based largely on the strength of those 3 film scores.
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