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Roxy Music

Oh Yeah

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Oh Yeah (labelled as Oh Yeah (on the Radio) or Oh Yeah (There’s a Band Playing on the Radio) on the singles) is a hit single by British band Roxy Music. It was pulled from their 1980 album Flesh and Blood. It is the second release from the album and hit #5 on the UK Singles Chart, as previous single “Over You” had also done. This song was followed by the UK Top 20 hit “Same Old Scene”. Bryan Ferry explained to The Mail on Sunday: “In this song I was trying to create a picture of Americana, and long hot summer evenings at drive-in movies. It is wistful and nostalgic, rather like a country record.” The song was backed by the non-LP track “South Downs”, a synth instrumental by Ferry, or by the album tracks “Rain, Rain, Rain” (in the USA) and “In The Midnight Hour”... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ Oh, oh, oh ... There's a band playing on the radio ... They're playing for you on the radio

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More songs by Roxy Music (See Charts): Eight Miles High, Take A Chance With Me, Ladytron, In The Midnight Hour, Like A Hurricane, Angel Eyes, The Numberer, Do The Strand, If There Is Something, and Virginia Plain.

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