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    1. Yom

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      Jun 01,  · The Beach Boys' harmonies and Brian Wilson's melodic sense are together again on record for the first time in 16 years. The band are no longer 'boys' by any definition, but they sound refreshingly high-spirited, with those sweet falsetto notes still capable of breaking even a cynic's heart.
    2. Faerisar

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      Jun 07,  · Category Music; Song That's Why God Made The Radio; Artist The Beach Boys; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of EMI); UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, Sony ATV Publishing, ASCAP.
    3. Mikalkree

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      Jun 05,  · But virtually no one (including The Beach Boys themselves) could have predicted the release of That’s Why God Made the Radio, their 29th studio album (and .
    4. Mulrajas

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      The Beach Boys That's Why God Made The Radio on LP First Album In Decades to Feature All of the Band’s Surviving Original Members! Group's Hallmark Harmonies, Involved Arrangements, and Catchy Hooks Pepper the Record Album a Tribute to the Radio Medium and Allure of Strong Melodies.
    5. JoJotilar

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      That's why God made the radio So tune right in, everywhere you go He waved His hand, gave us rock 'n roll The soundtrack of falling in love That's why God made the radio Feel the music in the air Find a song to take us there It's paradise when I lift up my antenna Receiving your signal like a prayer Like a prayer That's why God made the radio.
    6. Dam

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      If this is indeed the final Beach Boys LP, then they have achieved a full circle unparalleled in music history. It eradicates the rather pathetic "last" BB's Lp, Terry Melcher's "Summer In Paradise". I loved Terry, too, but without Brian, that album hardly qualifies as a last testiment. "That's Why God Made the Radio" does acheive this, and.
    7. Magrel

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      Nov 25,  · The Beach Boys' harmonies and Brian Wilson's melodic sense are together again on record for the first time in 16 years. The band are no longer 'boys' by any definition, but they sound refreshingly high-spirited, with those sweet falsetto notes still capable of breaking even a cynic's heart/5(37).
    8. Vujas

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      Jun 05,  · Okay, this album isn't the most exciting, innovative or interesting album in The Beach Boys' extensive catalog, but it really doesn't need to be. It doesn't need to be an ambitious, groundbreaking, experimental masterpiece. With That's Why God Made The Radio, the band set out to make an album that uses their old pre-Pet Sounds experimental 60%(15).

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