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* StudentTeacherRomance: As per WordOfGod, "James" was inspired by a college professor involved with a mutual friend of the band. [[AntiLoveSong It clearly didn't end well.]]

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* StudentTeacherRomance: TeacherStudentRomance: As per WordOfGod, "James" was inspired by a college professor involved with a mutual friend of the band. [[AntiLoveSong It clearly didn't end well.]]



--> ''The world is noone's dream''
--> ''We will never find the time...''

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--> ''The world is noone's dream''
-->
dream''\\
''We will never find the time...''


* YourCheatingHeart: "Restless" deals with suspicion of as much, at least.
--> ''Saw your head turned a bit too far to the right now...''
--> ''Saw the eye go a little spark when she walks by now...''


Released in 1984, ''All Over the Place'' is the debut studio album by Music/TheBangles, a California PowerPop group. Mostly popular on college radio at the time, ''All Over The Place'' gained the group a higher profile and set them on their way to pop stardom throughout the decade. In the wake of [[BlackSheepHit several uncharacteristic hits]], [[FirstInstallmentWins the band's debut has developed a reputation as their best and most representative album.]]

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Released in 1984, ''All Over the Place'' is the debut studio album by Music/TheBangles, a California PowerPop group. Mostly popular on college radio at the time, ''All Over The the Place'' gained the group a higher profile and set them on their way to pop stardom throughout the decade. In the wake of [[BlackSheepHit several uncharacteristic hits]], [[FirstInstallmentWins the band's debut has developed a reputation as their best and most representative album.]]


Released in 1984, ''All Over The Place'' is the debut studio album by Music/TheBangles, a California PowerPop group. Mostly popular on college radio at the time, ''All Over The Place'' gained the group a higher profile and set them on their way to pop stardom throughout the decade. In the wake of [[BlackSheepHit several uncharacteristic hits]], [[FirstInstallmentWins the band's debut has developed a reputation as their best and most representative album.]]

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Released in 1984, ''All Over The the Place'' is the debut studio album by Music/TheBangles, a California PowerPop group. Mostly popular on college radio at the time, ''All Over The Place'' gained the group a higher profile and set them on their way to pop stardom throughout the decade. In the wake of [[BlackSheepHit several uncharacteristic hits]], [[FirstInstallmentWins the band's debut has developed a reputation as their best and most representative album.]]



# "Hero Takes A Fall" (2:54)

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# "Hero Takes A a Fall" (2:54)



# "Going Down To Liverpool" (3:41)
# "He's Got A Secret" (2:42)

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# "Going Down To to Liverpool" (3:41)
# "He's Got A a Secret" (2:42)



# "More Than Meets The Eye" (3:19)

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# "More Than Meets The the Eye" (3:19)



!! ''Troping Down To Liverpool''

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!! ''Troping Down To to Liverpool''


Released in 1984, '''''All Over The Place''''' is the debut studio album by Music/TheBangles, a California PowerPop group. Mostly popular on college radio at the time, ''All Over The Place'' gained the group a higher profile and set them on their way to pop stardom throughout the decade. In the wake of [[BlackSheepHit several uncharacteristic hits]], [[FirstInstallmentWins the band's debut has developed a reputation as their best and most representative album.]]

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Released in 1984, '''''All ''All Over The Place''''' Place'' is the debut studio album by Music/TheBangles, a California PowerPop group. Mostly popular on college radio at the time, ''All Over The Place'' gained the group a higher profile and set them on their way to pop stardom throughout the decade. In the wake of [[BlackSheepHit several uncharacteristic hits]], [[FirstInstallmentWins the band's debut has developed a reputation as their best and most representative album.]]


* LetsDuet: "Tell Me" (Susannah and Vicki), "More Than Meets The Eye" (Susannah and Debbi)



* VocalTagTeam: Susannah Hoffs hadn't yet taken over as full-time lead singer. She gets lead duties on "Hero Takes A Fall", "James", "Dover Beach", and "He's Got a Secret" while Vicki Peterson ("All About You", "Restless", "Silent Treatment") and Debbi Peterson ("Live", "Going Down To Liverpool") get turns on lead.
** LetsDuet: "Tell Me" (Susannah and Vicki), "More Than Meets The Eye" (Susannah and Debbi)

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* VocalTagTeam: Typically for the Bangles, the lead singing duties are shared. Susannah Hoffs hadn't yet taken over as full-time lead singer. She gets lead duties on "Hero Takes A Fall", "James", "Dover Beach", and "He's Got a Secret" while Vicki Peterson ("All About You", "Restless", "Silent Treatment") and Debbi Peterson ("Live", "Going Down To Liverpool") get turns on lead.
** LetsDuet: "Tell Me" (Susannah and Vicki), "More Than Meets The Eye" (Susannah and Debbi)
lead.


** Katrina Rew, who wrote the song, would later re-record "Going Down To Liverpool" with [[Music/KatrinaAndTheWaves her band]].

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** Katrina Kimberley Rew, who wrote the song, would later re-record "Going Down To Liverpool" with [[Music/KatrinaAndTheWaves her his band]].

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* ShoutOut: "Dover Beach" is named after a famous poem by Matthew Arnold.

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* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The album cover.


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* FaceOnTheCover: The band sitting in an empty building.





!! ''All Over The Place'' demonstrates the following tropes:

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!! ''All Over The Place'' demonstrates the following tropes:
''Troping Down To Liverpool''



--> ''I must have been a masochist to ever take up with you, James..."

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--> ''I must have been a masochist to ever take up with you, James..."''


-->"I must have been a masochist to ever take up with you, James..."

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-->"I --> ''I must have been a masochist to ever take up with you, James..."



-->"One, two, three abandon me
-->Ain't no turning back again
-->Well too bad, baby, this time you lose
-->'Cause I'm movin' on"

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-->"One, --> ''One, two, three abandon me
-->Ain't
me''
--> ''Ain't
no turning back again
-->Well
again''
--> ''Well
too bad, baby, this time you lose
-->'Cause
lose''
--> '' 'Cause
I'm movin' on"on''



* TheCameo: Creator/LeonardNimoy appears as the band's chauffeur in the "Going Down To Liverpool" video.

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* TheCameo: CelebrityCameo: Creator/LeonardNimoy appears as the band's chauffeur in the "Going Down To Liverpool" video.



--> "I'm going down to Liverpool to do nothing all the days of my life!"

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--> "I'm ''I'm going down to Liverpool to do nothing all the days of my life!"life!''



-->"Emotion is a virtue
-->For you, it is the one [[FatalFlaw fatal flaw]]
-->Sitting on your throne and drinking,
-->Thinking she'll return your call..."

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-->"Emotion --> ''Emotion is a virtue
-->For
virtue''
--> ''For
you, it is the one [[FatalFlaw fatal flaw]]
-->Sitting
flaw]]''
--> ''Sitting
on your throne and drinking,
-->Thinking
drinking,''
--> ''Thinking
she'll return your call..."''



* OneWordTitle: "Live" and "Restless"



-->"The world is noone's dream
-->We will never find the time..."

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-->"The --> ''The world is noone's dream
-->We
dream''
--> ''We
will never find the time..."''



-->"Saw your head turned a bit too far to the right now...
-->Saw the eye go a little spark when she walks by now..."

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-->"Saw --> ''Saw your head turned a bit too far to the right now...
-->Saw
now...''
--> ''Saw
the eye go a little spark when she walks by now..."
''

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* NonAppearingTitle: "Dover Beach" and "Silent Treatment"


** It's worth noting that a UB40 is a form for requesting unemployment benefits in England.

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** It's worth noting that a UB40 [=UB40=] is a form for requesting unemployment benefits in England.

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Released in 1984, '''''All Over The Place''''' is the debut studio album by Music/TheBangles, a California PowerPop group. Mostly popular on college radio at the time, ''All Over The Place'' gained the group a higher profile and set them on their way to pop stardom throughout the decade. In the wake of [[BlackSheepHit several uncharacteristic hits]], [[FirstInstallmentWins the band's debut has developed a reputation as their best and most representative album.]]

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!! Tracklist:

# "Hero Takes A Fall" (2:54)
# "Live" (2:36)
# "James" (2:36)
# "All About You" (2:26)
# "Dover Beach" (3:48)
# "Tell Me" (2:15)
# "Restless" (2:41)
# "Going Down To Liverpool" (3:41)
# "He's Got A Secret" (2:42)
# "Silent Treatment" (2:07)
# "More Than Meets The Eye" (3:19)

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!!Principal Members:

* Susanna Hoffs rhythm guitar, vocals
* Vicki Peterson lead guitar, vocals
* Debbi Peterson drums, vocals
* [[Music/TheRunaways Michael Steele]] bass guitar


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!! ''All Over The Place'' demonstrates the following tropes:

* AntiLoveSong: "James", ye gods.
-->"I must have been a masochist to ever take up with you, James..."
* BreakupSong: Several songs deal with relationships on the rocks, but "Tell Me" is the clearest example.
-->"One, two, three abandon me
-->Ain't no turning back again
-->Well too bad, baby, this time you lose
-->'Cause I'm movin' on"
* BSide: "Where Were You When I Needed You?", a cover song and the b-side of "Hero Takes A Fall", is a fixture of [[GreatestHitsAlbum band compilations.]]
* TheCameo: Creator/LeonardNimoy appears as the band's chauffeur in the "Going Down To Liverpool" video.
* CoverVersion:
** "Live" was a minor hit in 1967 for The Merry-Go-Round, a now-obscure band featuring singer-songwriter Emitt Rhodes.
** Katrina Rew, who wrote the song, would later re-record "Going Down To Liverpool" with [[Music/KatrinaAndTheWaves her band]].
* EightiesHair: Look at the cover, let alone the videos!
* FrenchMaidOutfit: A remarkably eighties-styled variant appears in the "Hero Takes A Fall" video.
* LazyBum:
--> "I'm going down to Liverpool to do nothing all the days of my life!"
** It's worth noting that a UB40 is a form for requesting unemployment benefits in England.
* LoveIsAWeakness: "Hero Takes A Fall"
-->"Emotion is a virtue
-->For you, it is the one [[FatalFlaw fatal flaw]]
-->Sitting on your throne and drinking,
-->Thinking she'll return your call..."
* OneManSong: "James"
* StudentTeacherRomance: As per WordOfGod, "James" was inspired by a college professor involved with a mutual friend of the band. [[AntiLoveSong It clearly didn't end well.]]
* ThisIsReality: "Dover Beach"
-->"The world is noone's dream
-->We will never find the time..."
* VocalTagTeam: Susannah Hoffs hadn't yet taken over as full-time lead singer. She gets lead duties on "Hero Takes A Fall", "James", "Dover Beach", and "He's Got a Secret" while Vicki Peterson ("All About You", "Restless", "Silent Treatment") and Debbi Peterson ("Live", "Going Down To Liverpool") get turns on lead.
** LetsDuet: "Tell Me" (Susannah and Vicki), "More Than Meets The Eye" (Susannah and Debbi)
* YourCheatingHeart: "Restless" deals with suspicion of as much, at least.
-->"Saw your head turned a bit too far to the right now...
-->Saw the eye go a little spark when she walks by now..."

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