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Pearl Harbor And The Explosions Label: Warner Bros. Records ‎– BSK 3404 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: US Released: 1980 Genre: Rock Style: New Wave Tracklist A1 Drivin'' 4:34 A2 You Got It (Release It) 2:29 A3 Don''t Come Back 3:30 A4 Keep Going 3:21 A5 Shut Up And Dance 4:00 B1 The Big One 4:06 B2 So Much For Love 3:01 B3 Get A Grip On Yourself 3:30 B4 Up And Over 5:51 Companies etc Recorded At – The Automatt Mastered At – Kendun Recorders Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc. Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Records Inc. Published By – Keintunen Music Credits Bass, Vocals – Hilary Stench Design [Cover Design] – Basil Pao Drums, Percussion – John Stench Engineer – Jim Gaines Engineer [Assistant] – Ken Kessie, Wayne Lewis Guitar, Vocals – Peter Bilt Mastered By – John Golden Photography By – Michael Jang Producer – David Kahne Vocals, Percussion – Pearl E. Gates Written-By – David Kahne (tracks: B4), Hilary Stench, John Stench, Pearl E. Gates, Peter Bilt Notes 1980 Warner Bros. Records, Inc. Labels: ℗ 1979 Warner Bros. Records, Inc. (Track A2 Only) ℗ 1980 Warner Bros. Records, Inc. All songs published by Keintunen Music - ASCAP Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode (Text): 0 7599-23404-1 Matrix / Runout (Run-out Etching Side A): BSK-1-3404-LW 1 JG Matrix / Runout (Run-out Etching Side B): BSK-2-3404-LW 1 JG

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David Bradley
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Up & Over
Reviewed in the United States on May 15, 2003
For about six weeks in 1980 WHFS in Washington DC, then a great progressive radio station, loved Pearl Harbor & The Explosions. Hard as it is to believe now, songs like "Drivin''" and "Shut Up And Dance" sounded progressive way back when. But... See more
For about six weeks in 1980 WHFS in Washington DC, then a great progressive radio station, loved Pearl Harbor & The Explosions. Hard as it is to believe now, songs like "Drivin''" and "Shut Up And Dance" sounded progressive way back when.
But it''s 23 years further on down the road and this record sounds...well, 23 years old. The guitars sound a lot less edgy, the bass sounds suspiciously disco at times, and the songwriting is a lot more mundane than it seemed when I was in highschool.
"Drivin''" and "Up and Over" are still great fun, though.
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Bernard F. Elias
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on March 14, 2016
Shut up and dance!
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Robert S. Estes
3.0 out of 5 stars
Open those Pearly Gates, San Francisco here I come
Reviewed in the United States on March 24, 2009
Mid 1970''s, Bay Area San Francisco, was not a hot bed of Punk, New Wave, edgy pissed off. SF ''60''s bands were doing well..Jefferson Airplane was Jefferson Starship had bunches of Top 40 hits, Steve Miller was jokin'' around, latter day Santana had weak vocals hits, gosh even... See more
Mid 1970''s, Bay Area San Francisco, was not a hot bed of Punk, New Wave, edgy pissed off. SF ''60''s bands were doing well..Jefferson Airplane was Jefferson Starship had bunches of Top 40 hits, Steve Miller was jokin'' around, latter day Santana had weak vocals hits, gosh even Elvin Bishop had a Top 5 hit! Journey began the new Bay Area paradigm of AM ready hits with cutsie-boy vocals and air guitar ready solos.

But! there was the underground that always lays deep ''neath the cable cars and hills!

San Francisco in the mid/late ''70''s had the theatrical Tubes the mysterious Residents and plenty of nooks/crannies/crooks/grannies
that made it a whirlwind of what next.

Leila and the Snakes were rock n roll comedy most importantly preformance artists.Before GoGos had a hit. A Girl group band with humor and ache and a beat. The lead was Jane Dornacker, a funny and talented woman. Pearl Harbor was next in line, there were others and should be noted. Leila and the Snakes broke up, Pearl got a band together. Pearl Harbor and the Explosions. Signed by Warner Bros! good gosh

This CD of their first LP has "Drivin"", a near miss top 100 hit, a lot of airplay on college and free-form stations in 1979. "Release It" on the B side became a latter day lost gem.

Listening to these fun and jumpin'' songs makes one sit down a GoGo.
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D. Hartley
4.0 out of 5 stars
Look out! Here Comes the 80''s!
Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2003
If you were lucky enough to be a music fan living in the Bay Area in the early 80''s (guilty!), you were witness to a true Renaissance in American pop music. Yes, I know L.A. gave us X, The Plimsouls and Black Flag, and New York had Richard Hell, The Talking Heads and the... See more
If you were lucky enough to be a music fan living in the Bay Area in the early 80''s (guilty!), you were witness to a true Renaissance in American pop music. Yes, I know L.A. gave us X, The Plimsouls and Black Flag, and New York had Richard Hell, The Talking Heads and the Ramones, but how''s this for a typical (and eclectic) Saturday night choice of "local bands" to catch at the S.F.clubs, circa 1980: Huey Lewis & The News, Greg Kihn, Dead Kennedys, The Residents and The Tubes (to name but a few). Just bubbling under the "A" list were dozens of other acts, less well known perhaps but equally essential and exciting-like Pearl Harbor and The Explosions. Which is probably why it took 23 years for thier debut (and sole) album to make it to CD! An excellent collection of infectious power pop with precision harmonies and tight playing, the Explosions personified everything that was unpretentious and fun about early New Wave. Okay, so some of the songs have dated as well as my skinny tie collection, but hey-is it such a crime to set aside the Mopey Critic''s Darling Neo-Prog/Minimalist/Emo Thom Yorke or White Stripes Soundalike DuJour for an evening and settle back for a 35 minute excursion to simpler, less troubled times?
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Minnesota Geoff
5.0 out of 5 stars
A Hidden Gem
Reviewed in the United States on July 1, 2018
Stumbled on these guys by chance at The Longhorn in Minneapolis, late February 1980. Front Row no less! One of those concerts that take you completely by surprise. They were so tight and professional and blew most of the crowd away. Where had they been... See more
Stumbled on these guys by chance at The Longhorn in Minneapolis, late February 1980.
Front Row no less! One of those concerts that take you completely by surprise.
They were so tight and professional and blew most of the crowd away. Where had they been
hiding? Album only tells part of the story. It''s great for sure, but they threw in great covers:
"Black Slacks,","Clean Up Woman," "Backfield in Motion" & more. Still, to this day a Top 10 gig.
This disc is worth every penny.
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cam bekker
4.0 out of 5 stars
Soundtrack to many good times -
Reviewed in the United States on June 5, 2018
NYC in 1979 had Blondie , but San Francisco had Pearl Harbor , who played small clubs w Jello Biafra , Crime and many other almost stars . Criticized at times by jealous nobodies , PH was very talented . This is a very solid release . Avoid her second release , which... See more
NYC in 1979 had Blondie , but San Francisco had Pearl Harbor , who played small clubs w Jello Biafra , Crime and many other almost stars . Criticized at times by jealous nobodies , PH was very talented . This is a very solid release . Avoid her second release , which sounds very thrown togeather and tinny .
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bRET r. LAPIERRE
5.0 out of 5 stars
explosion of great music
Reviewed in the United States on March 18, 2003
Bought this album when it first came out and have only met one other person who owned it. Originally released in January 1980, the same week The Pretenders first was released so it was not added to many radio stations playlists, their great loss. The whole album precurses... See more
Bought this album when it first came out and have only met one other person who owned it. Originally released in January 1980, the same week The Pretenders first was released so it was not added to many radio stations playlists, their great loss. The whole album precurses the whole new wave that was to follow but with lack of promotion or radio play it was doomed. Too bad since it is just great. i just got my CD copy today and it is just as refreshing to hear as when it first came out. Every cut is tight and interesting. One of the twenty or so CDs i''d take to the proverbial desert island. i give it my highest recommendation.
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Michael Bolan
5.0 out of 5 stars
Pearl''s Hot!
Reviewed in the United States on August 23, 2004
Being in San Francisco from ''72-''82 I had the great pleasure of seeing Pearl in Leila and the Snakes which later morphed into The Explosions and loved them. This album is highly recommended if one want''s to hear some great rock and roll! Peter Bilt plays some fine guitar... See more
Being in San Francisco from ''72-''82 I had the great pleasure of seeing Pearl in Leila and the Snakes which later morphed into The Explosions and loved them. This album is highly recommended if one want''s to hear some great rock and roll! Peter Bilt plays some fine guitar and Hilary and John from The Snakes provide excellent bass and drums.
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ゆるげん
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
パワーポップファン必聴の1曲
Reviewed in Japan on March 28, 2004
このバンド、当時リアルタイムで聴いてました。とにかく、シングルヒットした1と、そのB面だった2が飛びぬけて良い。しかし他の曲はショボイ。つまり、1発屋ってことか。 だが、そこで買うのをためらうのは勿体無い。2はパワーポップの歴史に残ってもおかしくない程の何度聴いても心躍る超名曲です。 当時の邦題が『真珠湾誘惑作戦』ってのが笑えた。 星3つなのは、全体の楽曲レベルが低いからで、2だけなら間違いなく星5つです。
このバンド、当時リアルタイムで聴いてました。とにかく、シングルヒットした1と、そのB面だった2が飛びぬけて良い。しかし他の曲はショボイ。つまり、1発屋ってことか。
だが、そこで買うのをためらうのは勿体無い。2はパワーポップの歴史に残ってもおかしくない程の何度聴いても心躍る超名曲です。
当時の邦題が『真珠湾誘惑作戦』ってのが笑えた。
星3つなのは、全体の楽曲レベルが低いからで、2だけなら間違いなく星5つです。
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