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The Exit - Who Asked You / Out In The Street album flac

  • Performer: The Exit
  • Album: Who Asked You / Out In The Street
  • FLAC: 1592 mb | MP3: 1480 mb
  • Released: 1979
  • Country: US
  • Style: Punk
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 119
The Exit  - Who Asked You / Out In The Street album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Who Asked You
Written-By – Wagner*, Massey*
B Out In The Street
Written-By – Duda , Wagner*, Massey*

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – City Rock Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – City Rock Records
  • Engineered At – Demo Plant, Chicago Illinois
  • Mastered At – Nashville Record Productions – NR10966


  • Bass – Mike Ward
  • Drums – Ed Smith
  • Engineer – Bob Wallick
  • Guitar – Geo. Wagner
  • Photography By, Artwork – Leslea
  • Producer – The Exit
  • Vocals – Mick Massey


This version in blue picture sleeve. There is also a yellow sleeve variation.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, label): NR10966-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, label): NR10966-2
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OP500 The Exit Who Asked You / Out In The Street ‎(7", Single, Yel) City Rock Records OP500 US 1979

Who Asked You. Исполнитель. THE EXIT - out in the street.

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Out in the Street" is a song written and performed by Bruce Springsteen from the 1980 album The River. It was recorded at The Power Station in New York between March and May 1980, as one of the last songs recorded for the album. Originally Springsteen was going to keep the song off the album because it was so idealistic

About Out in the Street. In the liner notes of the My Generation album reissue, Pete was quoted to have said: This was going to be a single. I hate that ‘no, no, no’ bit. It was originally ‘show me, show me’ but Kit Lambert thought it wasn’t very good. He wrote all the new lyrics. I’m not going to take the blame for any of them. While the album was being recorded, the song was titled You’re Gonna Know Me. "Out in the Street" Track Info. Written By Pete Townshend. Release Date December 3, 1965. My Generation The Who. 1. Out in the Street.

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I asked her out after she forgot my name for the billionth time (I'm a regular of such caliber, everyone knows me) by saying "well, let's go to dinner tomorrow, that help you get to know m. She giggled uncontrollably and said, in her cute Minessota accent, "I, well, ah, tomorrow is good, but you, . .Then her coworkers, my friends, just said "she's out at 5, we'll have her ready then". My roommate was walking down the street the other day when a guy stared her straight in the eye and said, "DO YOU WANT TO WATCH MUSIC TELEVISION WITH ME, TODAY?" She was taken aback but intrigued. That's a hard thing to say no to if done correctly.

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Recorded when the band’s name was LINCOLN STREET EXIT. Who's Been Driving My Little Yellow Taxi Cab. 2. Paper Place. Other productions from Lincoln Street Exit. Drums Across the Atlantic.

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