History Music / GoldenEarring

4th Dec '17 3:01:08 PM Exxolon
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* ''Contraband[[note]]titled Mad Love with different cover art and alternate track listing in the USA[[/note]] (1976)

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* ''Contraband[[note]]titled Mad Love ''Contraband''[[note]]titled ''Mad Love'' with different cover art and alternate track listing in the USA[[/note]] (1976)
4th Dec '17 3:00:52 PM Exxolon
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* ''Contraband[[note]]titled ''Mad Love'' with different cover art and alternate track listing in the USA[[/note]] (1976)

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* ''Contraband[[note]]titled ''Mad Love'' Mad Love with different cover art and alternate track listing in the USA[[/note]] (1976)
4th Dec '17 2:59:23 PM Exxolon
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* Just Earrings (1965)
* Winter-Harvest (1966)
* Miracle Mirror (1967)
* On the Double (1968)
* Eight Miles High (1969)
* Golden Earring (a.k.a. Wall of Dolls) (1970)
* Seven Tears (1971)
* Together (1972)
* Moontan (1973)
* Switch (1975)
* To the Hilt (1976)
* Contraband[[note]]titled Mad Love with different cover art and alternate track listing in the USA[[/note]] (1976)
* Grab It for a Second (1978)
* No Promises...No Debts (1979)
* Prisoner of the Night (1980)
* Cut (1982)
* N.E.W.S. (1984)
* The Hole (1986)
* Keeper of the Flame (1989)
* Bloody Buccaneers (1991)
* Face It (1994)
* Love Sweat (1995)
* Paradise in Distress (1999)
* Millbrook U.S.A. (2003)
* Tits 'n Ass (2012)

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* Just Earrings ''Just Earrings'' (1965)
* Winter-Harvest ''Winter-Harvest'' (1966)
* Miracle Mirror ''Miracle Mirror'' (1967)
* On ''On the Double Double'' (1968)
* Eight ''Eight Miles High High'' (1969)
* Golden Earring ''Golden Earring'' (a.k.a. Wall ''Wall of Dolls) Dolls'') (1970)
* Seven Tears ''Seven Tears'' (1971)
* Together ''Together'' (1972)
* Moontan ''Moontan'' (1973)
* Switch ''Switch'' (1975)
* To ''To the Hilt Hilt'' (1976)
* Contraband[[note]]titled Mad Love ''Contraband[[note]]titled ''Mad Love'' with different cover art and alternate track listing in the USA[[/note]] (1976)
* Grab ''Grab It for a Second Second'' (1978)
* No ''No Promises...No Debts Debts'' (1979)
* Prisoner ''Prisoner of the Night Night'' (1980)
* Cut ''Cut'' (1982)
* N.''N.E.W.S. '' (1984)
* The Hole ''The Hole'' (1986)
* Keeper ''Keeper of the Flame Flame'' (1989)
* Bloody Buccaneers ''Bloody Buccaneers'' (1991)
* Face It ''Face It'' (1994)
* Love Sweat ''Love Sweat'' (1995)
* Paradise ''Paradise in Distress Distress'' (1999)
* Millbrook ''Millbrook U.S.A. '' (2003)
* Tits ''Tits 'n Ass Ass'' (2012)
4th Dec '17 2:57:58 PM Exxolon
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->''I've been drivin' all night, my hand's wet on the wheel,\\
There's a voice in my head that drives my heel,\\
It's my baby callin', says I need you here,\\
And it's a half past four and I'm shiftin' gear,\\
When she is lonely and the longing gets too much,\\
She sends a cable comin' in from above,\\
Don't need no phone at all.''
-->"Radar Love"
4th Dec '17 2:56:22 PM Exxolon
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21st Oct '17 3:10:05 PM CassandraLeo
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** Going the other way around, Music/DevinTownsend's "Radial Highway" incorporates a few lines from "Radar Love" and in general qualifies as a tribute to it.
21st Oct '17 8:45:51 AM CassandraLeo
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Golden Earring is a Dutch {{Hard Rock}} band formed in 1961 that is still together and touring today, making them the [[LongRunners longest runner]] when it comes to Rock music. They had two big hits with "Radar Love" (1973) and "Twilight Zone" (1982) and enjoyed general international success in the [[TheSeventies '70s]] and [[TheEighties '80s]].

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Golden Earring is a Dutch {{Hard Rock}} band formed in 1961 that is still together and touring today, making them the [[LongRunners longest runner]] when it comes to Rock music. They had two big hits with "Radar Love" (1973) and "Twilight Zone" (1982) and enjoyed general international success in the [[TheSeventies '70s]] and [[TheEighties '80s]].
'80s]]; other songs, such as "Candy's Going Bad", "Instant Poetry", "Sleepwalkin'", "The Devil Made Me Do It", "Quiet Eyes", and "When the Lady Smiles" were smaller hits. They are the most successful Dutch rock act by a fairly large margin.



* Rinus Gerritsen - Bass

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* Rinus Gerritsen - BassBass and Keyboards
21st Oct '17 8:38:02 AM CassandraLeo
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* Barry Hay - Vocals

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* Barry Hay - VocalsVocals and Flute



* ProgressiveRock: A lot of their mid-seventies work falls into this genre, particularly ''Moontan'' and ''To the Hilt''.

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* ProgressiveRock: A lot of their mid-seventies work falls into this genre, particularly almost all of ''Moontan'' and ''To the Hilt''.Hilt''. Their nineteen-minute version of "Eight Miles High" is also a conspicuous example, and "Twilight Zone" is at least a borderline case thanks to its lengthy instrumental break.
21st Oct '17 8:36:07 AM CassandraLeo
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* {{Sampling}}: "Vanilla Queen" samples Creator/MarilynMonroe from the 1954 film ''There's No Business Like Show Business'' saying the lines "Well, in simple English I'm..." and "What's your name, honey?"
21st Oct '17 8:22:17 AM CassandraLeo
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* HeterosexualLifePartners: Presumably the whole band by this point, since all four band members have been members since at least 1970 and have toured basically nonstop.



* UncommonTime: "Big Tree, Blue Sea" (at least the ''Moontan'' version) changes meter signatures several times and incorporates some examples of this. Probably not their only example.

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* UncommonTime: "Big Tree, Blue Sea" (at least the ''Moontan'' version) changes meter signatures several times and incorporates some examples of this. Probably not their only example. "Radar Love" is a subversion, as there's a fill that sounds like an example at the end of the instrumental break, but it turns out just to be really syncopated 4/4.
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