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  1. Dance on Your Knees
  2. Out of Touch
  3. Method of Modern Love
  4. Bank on Your Love
  5. Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid
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  1. Dance on Your Knees
  2. Out of Touch
  3. Method of Modern Love
  4. Bank on Your Love
  5. Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid
  6. Going Thru the Motions
  7. Cold Dark and Yesterday
  8. All American Girl
  9. Possession Obsession
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Big Bam Boom is the last of the big Hall & Oates albums, the one that closed their period of greatest commercial success and artistic achievement. Parting from Neil Kernon, their engineer/co-producer for Voices, Private Eyes, and H20, the duo hired Bob Clearmountain as a co-producer and engineer, bringing in hip-hop pioneer Arthur Baker for additional mixing and production, and the change behind the boards is evident on the record. As the title none too subtly implies, this is a bigger, noisier record than its predecessors, ...

Big Bam Boom 1996, RCA

UPC: 078636693729

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Big Bam Boom RCA

UPC: 078635533613

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