The Fabulous Poodles - Bionic Man album download
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
- Published By – Poosongs Music Ltd.
- Published By – Chantemn Music, Inc.
- Producer – Muff Winwood
- Written-By – J. Parsons*, T. de Meur*
NotesTaken from the Epic LP: Think Pink JE 36256.
℗ 1979 CBS, Inc.
Same stereo pressing both sides
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A&B Label): ZSS 166884
- Rights Society: BMI
|BLU 2007||Fabulous Poodles||Bionic Man (7", Single)||Blueprint||BLU 2007||UK||1980|
|POLY 77||Fabulous Poodles||Bionic Man (7")||Pye Records||POLY 77||New Zealand||1980|
|oox-461||Fabulous Poodles||Bionic Man (7", Single, Promo)||Zafiro||oox-461||Spain||1980|
|101 385, 101 385-100||Fabulous Poodles||Bionic Man (7", Single)||Blueprint , Blueprint||101 385, 101 385-100||Germany||1980|
|9-50835||The Fabulous Poodles*||Bionic Man (7")||Epic, Park Lane Records Ltd.||9-50835||US||1979|
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The Fabulous Poodles started out just as The Poodles. The original Fabulous Poodles consisted of Tony de Meur on lead vocals and guitar, Richie Robertson on bass and vocals, Bobby Valentino on violin, mandolin and vocals, Bryn Burrows on drums and Bob Suffolk on piano. Many of the band's lyrics were written by John Parsons, an artist/poet, who wrote Chicago Boxcar, about a hair cut, for deMeur to put music to. Suffolk recognised a possible hit and asked deMeur to join the band. In 1979, the final album Think Pink was recorded and released, the title being the only lyrics to one of the songs, "Pink City Twist". In 1980 the Fabulous Poodles released their final single, "Stompin' on the Cat" b/w "Anna Rexia" and "Don't You Lie To Me". Bryn Burrows later joined Freur and was in the original lineup of Underworld. 1977: Fabulous Poodles.