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The Vapors - Turning Japanese / Talk Talk
The Vapors - Turning Japanese / Talk Talk
Performer: The Vapors
Title: Turning Japanese / Talk Talk
Label: Liberty
Country: Canada
Released: 1980
Style: New Wave, Punk
Cat: UAX 1364
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1036 mb | MP3 size: 2003 mb | WMA size: 1832 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1Turning Japanese (Edited)3:19
2Talk Talk3:51

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BP 334The Vapors Turning Japanese ‎(7", Single, Sol)United Artists RecordsBP 334UK1980
BP334The Vapors Turning Japanese ‎(7", S/Sided, Single, TP, W/Lbl)United Artists RecordsBP334UK1980
UA-X 1364-YThe Vapors Turning Japanese / Talk Talk ‎(7")LibertyUA-X 1364-YUS1980
3C 006 82863The Vapors Turning Japanese ‎(7", Single)United Artists Records3C 006 82863Italy1980
6C 006-82 863The Vapors Turning Japanese ‎(7", Single)United Artists Records6C 006-82 863Sweden1980

Credits

  • ProducerVic Coppersmith-Heaven
  • Written-ByDavid Fenton

Notes

Manufactured and distributed in Canada under license by Capitol Records-EMI Of Canada Limited

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Capitol Records-EMI Of Canada Limited
  • Distributed By – Capitol Records-EMI Of Canada Limited

Video

Album

Turning Japanese - Best Of The Vapors - The Vapors. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Turning Japanese is a song by English band the Vapors, from their 1980 album New Clear Days. It was an international hit, becoming the song for which the Vapors are best known. The lyric describes the narrator being separated from a woman he loves and thus preoccupied with photos of her. The song prominently features an Oriental riff played on guitar. Songwriter David Fenton explains: Turning Japanese is all the clichés about angst and youth and turning into something you didn't expect to. The Vapors. Pop 1996. Turning Japanese. Talk Talk. Watch the video for Talk Talk from The Vapors's Turning Japanese - Best Of The Vapors for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. 54,499 listeners. 6 more albums featuring this OFFICIAL Music Video of the 1980's hit song Turning Japanese Written and performed by The singer Dave Fenton said: Turning Japanese is all the clichés about angst and youth and turning into something you didn't expect to. It was inspired by Fenton's relationship problems. That recognizable opening riff repeated a few places in the song is actually called the oriental riff example here. The Vapors were a British pub-rock group formed by David Fenton vocals, Edward Bazalgette guitar, Steve Smith bass and Howard Smith drums. They were discovered and managed by Bruce Foxton of the Jam. Ironically The Vapors enjoyed a bigger hit in America with this song than The Jam would ever have. Songwriter David Fenton Turning Japanese is all the clichés about angst and youth and turning into something you didnt expect to. The band knew they had a success with Read More. A far better collection than its American counterpart Anthology, The Best of the Vapors offers a bit more for the fans, combining all of the singles, five rare B-sides, and most of the best album tracks though the Magnets album is still woefully underrepresented. As an introduction, there is no better place to start and for collectors, it's indispensable. Talk 0. Skip down to page discussion . Page Ranking Information. Any major changes to this page should be discussed on the talk page first Read all about page ranking, the templates, categories and styles at LyricWiki:Page ranking. Album status is. Video status is. Audio status is. Turning Japanese, 03:45. Talk Talk, 03:56. Here Comes the Judge Live, 06:35