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There She Goes - The Las - Sound Sampler

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  1. Dabar says:
    The La's Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine + Follow Artist. Melodic indie pop band from Liverpool, one of many to earn a "next Beatles" tag, mostly for their gem "There She Goes." Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography.
  2. Shalkis says:
    "There She Goes" is a remixed version of the original single recording produced by Bob Andrews in The La's first single song, Way Out, was re-recorded for the album. According to the liner notes in the Deluxe edition from , The La's did 12 different sessions between July and May Genre: Alternative rock, jangle pop.
  3. Gukora says:
    Mar 03,  · The short career of enigmatic Liverpool indie-pop act The La's will be celebrated this spring with Callin' All, a four-disc, track box set that compiles singles, b-sides, unreleased outtakes and live material — and no fewer than six versions of 'There She Goes,' the band's signature tune.
  4. Tesida says:
    Dec 05,  · After the La's hit There She Goes in , singer Lee Mavers disappeared from public view. Always eccentric, he was rumoured to have lost the plot completely. Now a .
  5. Taulrajas says:
    Browse s of songs that sound like other songs. On this page, hear how 'There she goes' by The la's sounds like The Velvet Underground: 'There she goes again' | Sounds Just Like.
  6. Mutaur says:
    There she goes There she goes again Racing through' my brain And I just can't contain This feelin' that remains There she blows There she blows again Pulsing through my vein And I just can't contain This feelin' that remains There she goes, there she goes again She calls my name, pulls my train No one else could heal my pain But I just can't.
  7. Fele says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cardboard Box Vinyl release of There She Goes on Discogs.4/4(8).
  8. Akinobei says:
    The song is very simple and contains no verses, only a single chorus repeated four times and a bridge. The song borrows from The Velvet Underground’s “There She Goes Again,” particularly the.

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