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Work Songs and Opinions on Ty Segall

Featured Songs

  1. The Isley Brothers, Work to Do, Brother, Brother, Brother, Sony Music Distribution, 1972
  2. The Animals, We Gotta Get Out of This Place, Animal Tracks, EMI Music Distribution, 1965
  3. John Lennon, Working Class Hero, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band, Capitol, 1970
  4. Van Morrison, Cleaning Windows, Beautiful Vision, Warner Bros., 1982
  5. The Clash, Career Opportunities, The Clash, Epic, 1977
  6. Dolly Parton, 9 to 5, Greatest Hits, RCA, 1982
  7. R.E.M., Finest Worksong, Document, Capitol, 1987
  8. Bob Marley & the Wailers, Night Shift, Rastaman Vibration, Tuff Gong, 1976
  9. Lou Reed, Don't Talk to Me About Work, Legendary Hearts, BMG, 1983
  10. The Jam, Smithers-Jones, Setting Sons, Universal Distribution, 1979
  11. The Flaming Lips, Bad Days, Clouds Taste Metallic, Warner Bros., 1995
  12. Todd Rundgren, Bang on the Drum All Day, The Ever Popular Tortured Artist Effect, Bearsville, 1983
  13. Ty Segall, Manipulator, Manipulator, Spunk, 2014
  14. Ty Segall, The Clock, Manipulator, Spunk, 2014
  15. Deee-lite, Rubber Lover, Infinity Within, Elektra, 1992
  16. Parliament, Flashlight, Funkentelechy Vs. the Placebo Syndrome, Casablanca/Universal, 1977
  17. Jodeci, My Phone, Forever My Lady, Universal Distribution, 1991
  18. Bob Dylan/Jim James, Nothing to it, The New Basement Tapes, Electro Magnetic/ Harvest/ Universal, 2014
  19. Lene Lovich, New Toy, Flex, Rhino, 1980
  20. The Waitresses, I Know What Boys Like, Wasn't Tomorrow Wonderful, N/A, 1982
  21. Adam and the Ants, Zerox, Dirk Wears White Sox, Epic, 1979 Bootsy Collins on Sound Opinions