|Released:||17 Sep 1982|
|Style:||Punk, Goth Rock|
|Catalog #:||BRO 156|
Co-producer – Hugh Jones
Electronic Drums [Uncredited] – Rat Scabies
|4||Mine's A Large One, Landlord|
|BRO 156||The Damned||Dozen Girls (7", Single)||Bronze||BRO 156||UK||1982|
|BRODJ 156||The Damned||Dozen Girls (7", Single, Promo, Edi)||Bronze||BRODJ 156||UK||1982|
|BRODJ 156||The Damned||Dozen Girls (7", Single, Promo)||Bronze||BRODJ 156||UK||1982|
|PHS-28-70||The Damned||Dozen Girls (7", Single)||Philips||PHS-28-70||Bolivia||1982|
This version has Billy Karloff credited on the A-side. Includes extra number "(2101 254)" under BRO 156 on the labels.
Track A is a different version to the version on the "Strawberries" album.
℗ 1982 Bronze Records Limited
Rock Music Co. Ltd.
Текст песни: Wont you tell me the reason why He goes out almost every night He never goes too far hes always The one whos got it Girls - The Damned. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Dozen GirlsLive at The Mayfair, Newcastle, 14 October 1982. The Damned. Strawberries is the fifth studio album by English punk rock band the Damned. It was released in October 1982 by record label Bronze. Sensible performed lead vocals on Life Goes On and Don't Bother Me. He also introduced new instruments to the band, including sitar, and cello played by his then-girlfriend, Rachael Bor of the pop group Dolly Mixture. Watch the video for Dozen Girls from The Damned's Smash It Up: The Anthology 1976-1987 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar Girls - The Damned. Dozen Girls. Released September 17, 1982. Dozen Girls Tracklist. Dozen Girls Lyrics. Take That Lyrics. Band Name The Damned. Album Name Dozen Girls. Type Single. Released date 17 September 1982. Labels Bronze Records. Music StylePunk-Rock. Members owning this album0. Take That. Dozen Girls - The Damned. Alexandre Morillas. From album Strawberries, 1982. Still Corners - The Trip - Продолжительность: 6:13 Summer Fossils Recommended for you. Dozen Girls is a single by the Damned, released 17 September 1982 on Bronze Records. After the experiment of Lovely Money, the song returned the band to slightly more familiar territory, but failed to chart. The album version released on Strawberries was slightly different from the single version, with the play-out featuring a roll call of a dozen girls replaced by the repeated line He's alright and he don't care, he's got thermal underwear. This song is by The Damned and appears on the album Strawberries 1982 and on the compilation album Damned But Not Forgotten 1985. Won't you tell me the reason whyHe goes out almost every nightHe never goes too far he's alwaysThe one who's got it right. He's got charmHe's got styleHe's got a dozen girlsTell me why I don't know whyHe's got a dozen girls