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Background. Wall of Voodoo lead singer and player of organ, synthesizer and harmonica, Stan Ridgway and guitarist Marc Moreland traced the inspiration for the song to listening to high-wattage unregulated AM Mexican radio stations (among them XERF, XEG, and XERB). [citation needed] Moreland was the first to begin writing the song, Genre: New wave, dark wave, post-punk, alternative rock. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Wall Of Voodoo - Mexican Radio at Discogs. Complete your Wall Of Voodoo collection/5(). Mexican Radio Lyrics: I feel a hot wind on my shoulder / And the touch of a world that is older / I turn the switch and check the number / I leave it on when in bed I slumber / I hear the rhythms.

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Mexican Radio This song is by Wall of Voodoo and appears on the album Call of the West () on the compilation Sedated in the Eighties () on the. Classic Tracks: Wall of Voodoo's "Mexican Radio" for one paragraph and the chorus of “Mexican Radio” is already stuck in your head!. Read or print original Mexican Radio lyrics updated! I feel a hot wind on my shoulder / And the touch of a world that is older / I. Side A. "Mexican Radio" - Side B. "There's Nothing on This Side" - Side B is actually. Mexican Radio Lyrics: I feel a hot wind on my shoulder / And the touch of a world that is older / I turn the switch and check the number / I leave it on when in bed I. To the great wide open American world public, 'Mexican Radio' is known in America; when I go to Europe, it was never anything there. The song over there is . Mexican Radio This song is by Wall of Voodoo and appears on the album Call of the West () on the compilation Sedated in the Eighties () on the. Classic Tracks: Wall of Voodoo's "Mexican Radio" for one paragraph and the chorus of “Mexican Radio” is already stuck in your head!. Read or print original Mexican Radio lyrics updated! I feel a hot wind on my shoulder / And the touch of a world that is older / I. Background. Wall of Voodoo lead singer and player of organ, synthesizer and harmonica, Stan Ridgway and guitarist Marc Moreland traced the inspiration for the song to listening to high-wattage unregulated AM Mexican radio stations (among them XERF, XEG, and XERB). [citation needed] Moreland was the first to begin writing the song, Genre: New wave, dark wave, post-punk, alternative rock. Wall of Voodoo. Wall of Voodoo was an American new wave group from Los Angeles best known for the hit " Mexican Radio ". The band had a sound that was a fusion of synthesizer-based new wave music with the spaghetti Western soundtrack style of Ennio nsd-travel.com: New wave, post-punk, alternative rock, dark wave, industrial rock, cowpunk. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Wall Of Voodoo - Mexican Radio at Discogs. Complete your Wall Of Voodoo collection/5(). Mexican Radio Lyrics: I feel a hot wind on my shoulder / And the touch of a world that is older / I turn the switch and check the number / I leave it on when in bed I slumber / I hear the rhythms. Wall of Voodoo's second full-length album, Call of the West, was a noticeably more approachable work than their debut, Dark Continent, and it even scored a fluke hit single, "Mexican Radio," a loopy little number about puzzled American tourists that's easily the catchiest thing on the album. Similar Tracks.

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Tags: Electric bass dubstep s , , Surah al waqiah sudais baqarah , , 02 main yahan hoon . Wall of Voodoo's second full-length album, Call of the West, was a noticeably more approachable work than their debut, Dark Continent, and it even scored a fluke hit single, "Mexican Radio," a loopy little number about puzzled American tourists that's easily the catchiest thing on the album. Similar Tracks. Background. Wall of Voodoo lead singer and player of organ, synthesizer and harmonica, Stan Ridgway and guitarist Marc Moreland traced the inspiration for the song to listening to high-wattage unregulated AM Mexican radio stations (among them XERF, XEG, and XERB). [citation needed] Moreland was the first to begin writing the song, Genre: New wave, dark wave, post-punk, alternative rock. Wall of Voodoo. Wall of Voodoo was an American new wave group from Los Angeles best known for the hit " Mexican Radio ". The band had a sound that was a fusion of synthesizer-based new wave music with the spaghetti Western soundtrack style of Ennio nsd-travel.com: New wave, post-punk, alternative rock, dark wave, industrial rock, cowpunk.