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  1. Jul 17,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Fine Art Of Surfacing on Discogs/5().
  2. I first bought the LP new, walked through a blizzard at the age of 15 at pm, 3 miles each way to get it. This digital remaster is done to perfection!! Don't get me wrong, I love the sound of a fresh LP, but with this style of music, the digital work makes it shine!! Every song on 'Fine art of Surfacing' is AMAZING!!/5(74).
  3. Chock-full of new wave charisma and tamed by Bob Geldof's upfront wit, The Fine Art of Surfacing is novel in both its lyrical flair and modern pounce. Made famous by the colorful history of "I Don't Like Mondays," a true story about a year-old girl who shot 11 people without showing any remorse, The Fine Art of Surfacing switches gears from this song's well-crafted 8/
  4. Apr 06,  · referencing The Fine Art Of Surfacing, LP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl, JC , the Notes above are for what's on the Gold Stamped Promo notice on the back Cover - A "real" Promo has a White label record with Demonstration not for Sale at the top of the Label/5(K).
  5. The Boomtown Rats - Sleep (Finger’s Lullaby) Lyrics. Artist: The Boomtown Rats. Album: The Fine Art of Surfacing. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Highlight. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. I'm so wired, Very tired, Why can't I Close my eyes. Times speeding It's day, it's night, it's night, it's day.
  6. The Boomtown Rats Lyrics "Sleep (Fingers' Lullaby)" I'm so wired, Very tired, Why can't I Close my eyes. album: "The Fine Art Of Surfacing" () Someone's Looking At You. Diamond Smiles. Wind Chill Factor (Minus Zero) Having My Picture Taken. Sleep (Fingers' Lullaby) I Don't Like Mondays.
  7. The Boomtown Rats broke up in , but reformed in , without Johnnie Fingers or Gerry Cott. The Fine Art of Surfacing was The Boomtown Rats' third album and contained the hit-single releases, "I Don't Like Mondays", "Diamond Smiles" and "Someone's Looking at You". The album peaked at No. 7 in the UK Albums Chart in
  8. The Boomtown Ratsthird album, The Fine Art of Surfacing, was the commercial apex of the band’s short career. Musically, the group branched out from their punk rock roots towards many styles in the new wave realm. Lyrically, the music was influenced by group leader Bob Geldof‘s travels in the United States prior to the album’s production.

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