Men At Work's official music video for 'It's A Mistake'. Click to listen to Men At Work on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/MenAtWorkSpotify?IQid=MenAWIAM As featured on Contraband: The Best of Men At Work. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes: http://smarturl.it/MAWContraband?IQid=MenAWIAM Google Play: http://smarturl.it/IAMGPlay?IQid=MenAWIAM Amazon: http://smarturl.it/MAWContrabandAmazon?IQid=MenAWIAM More From Men At Work Down Under: https://youtu.be/XfR9iY5y94s Who Can It Be Now: https://youtu.be/SECVGN4Bsgg Overkill: https://youtu.be/RY7S6EgSlCI More great 80s videos here: http://smarturl.it/Ultimate80?IQid=MenAWIAM Subscribe to Men At Work on YouTube: http://smarturl.it/MenAtWorkSub?IQid=MenAWIAM --------- Lyrics: Jump down the shelters to get away The boys are cocking up their guns Tell us general, is it party time? If it is, can we all come? Don't think that we don't know Don't think that we're not trying Don't think we move too slow It's no use after crying Saying it's a mistake It's a mistake It's a mistake It's a mistake
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Men At Work - It's a Mistake Jump down the shelters to get away The boys are cockin' up their guns Tell us general, is it party time? If it is can we all come Don't think that we don't know Don't think that we're not trying Don't think we move too slow It's no use after crying Saying It's a mistake, it's a mistake It's a mistake, it's a mistake After the laughter has died away And all the boys have had their fun No surface noise now, not much to say They've got the bad guys on the run Don't try to say you're sorry Don't say he drew his gun They've gone and grabbed old Ronnie He's not the only one saying It's a mistake, it's a mistake It's a mistake, it's a mistake Tell us commander, what do you think? 'cause we know that you love all that power Is it on then, are we on the brink? We wish you'd all throw in the towel We'll not fade out too soon Not in this finest hour Whistle your favorite tune We'll send a card and flower Saying it's a mistake, it's a mistake It's a mistake, it's a mistake [It's a mistake! (It's a mistake)x7]
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Men At Work's official music video for 'Down Under'. Click to listen to Men At Work on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/MenAtWorkSpotify?I... As featured on Contraband: The Best of Men At Work. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes: http://smarturl.it/MAWContraband?IQid... Google Play: http://smarturl.it/MAWDUGPlay?IQid=Me... Amazon: http://smarturl.it/MAWContrabandAmazo... More From Men At Work Who Can It Be Now: https://youtu.be/SECVGN4Bsgg Overkill: https://youtu.be/RY7S6EgSlCI It's A Mistake: https://youtu.be/I0AxrOUJ62E More great 80s videos here: http://smarturl.it/Ultimate80?IQid=Me... Subscribe to Men At Work on YouTube: http://smarturl.it/MenAtWorkSub?IQid=... --------- Lyrics: Travelling in a fried-out Kombi On a hippie trail, head full of zombie I met a strange lady, she made me nervous She took me in and gave me breakfast And she said: Do you come from a land down under Where women glow and men plunder Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder You better run, you better take cover."
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Colin Hay performs the first verse of, "It's a Mistake" at Roland's request. Subscribe to OpieRadio - http://bit.ly/OpieRadioYouTube Website - http://www.opieradio.com Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/OpieRadio SiriusXM - http://www.siriusxm.com/theopie&anthonychannel Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/opieradiofans Google+ - https://plus.google.com/103868778080957140985/ Instagram - http://instagram.com/opieradio
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Men at Work - It´s a Mistake 1983 Jump down the shelters to get away The boys are cockin up their guns Tell us general, is it party time? If it is can we all come Dont think that we dont know Dont think that were not trying Dont think we move too slow Its no use after crying Saying Its a mistake, its a mistake Its a mistake, its a mistake After the laughter as died away And all the boys have had their fun No surface noise now, not much to say Theyve got the bad guys on the run Dont try to say youre sorry Dont say he drew his gun Theyve gone and grabbed old ronnie Hes not the only one saying Its a mistake, its a mistake Its a mistake, its a mistake Tell us commander, what do you think? cos we know that you love all that power Is it on then, are we on the brink? We wish youd all throw in the towel Well not fade out too soon Not in this finest hour Whistle your favourite tune Well send a card and flower Saying Its a mistake, its a mistake Its a mistake, its a mistake
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"It's a Mistake" is a song by the Australian band Men at Work. The song was written by lead singer and guitarist Colin Hay and the recording was produced by Peter McIan. It was released in June 1983, as the third single from their album Cargo.
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Attention! It might be my last vinyl related video on YouTube if it gets blocked. I've got a channel on Vimeo as well, just go to vimeo.com/attilasvk I had a czechoslovak pressing of this album from my mother, but I lent it to a friend of mine. After half a year I politely asked him to return the record, but he said he doesn't have it, as he already returned it to me. Of course that was a lie and of course he's not my friend anymore. Anyways, I bought this dutch pressing at a record fair last weekend for €9, and it sounds much better :) http://www.discogs.com/Men-At-Work-Cargo/release/3262510 The audio was not processed in any way. Equipment used: Audio Technica AT-LP120 turntable, Shure M97xE cartridge, Leema Acoustics Elements Phono preamp, M-Audio MobilePre mkII USB soundcard and my MacBook Pro to put it all together :) Shot with a Nikon D3200. PS: I might need a new tripod... If you're asking why, then see the outtake at the end of the video :) Disclaimer: this recording is not intended to be a copyright infringement and it should be classified as for fair use, since it is supposed to show the qualities of vinyl records and the music released on them, in order to support sales.
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I was converting my VHS tapes to DVD and came across this. I thought it was pretty funny so I decided to upload it. It features my two older brothers (lead singer/guitarist and the one on the drum) and their two friends who are also brothers.
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The lush lounge sounds of Vintage Café return to triumph with lucky number thirteen. Filled with brand new material as well as much loved tracks, this album provides the perfect backdrop for any gathering, lounge or dining experience. It boasts a truly international mix comprised of the best chill, reggae and lounge versions of today´s best pop as well as a sprinkling of jazz and bossa. This album is sure to be heard in lounges and rooftops everywhere and will warm up a room for your next fall cocktail party. Download album here: bitly/VintageCaféPt13
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Written by Colin Hay. Produced by Peter Mclan. Hailing from the great music city of Melbourne, the band formed in 1978 and by January 1983 they had achieved a rare feat in rock and roll when their album “Business As Usual” topped both the US and UK charts at the same time as their single, “Down Under” was #1 on both countries’ singles’ charts. The band comprising Colin Hay, Jerry Speiser, Ron Strykert, Greg Ham and John Rees released their first single, “Keypunch Operator” on their own MAW label in 1980. Working with American producer, Peter Mclan, “Who Can It Be Now” was the next single and went to #2 in Australia on release there in June 1981. The album, “Business As Usual” – also produced by Peter Mclan – appeared in November 1981 and went to #1 in Australia before repeating that feat in both the US and the UK. “It’s A Mistake” was the band’s sixth single and charted at #34 in Australia but reached #6 in the US and #33 in the UK. It was also a track on the “Cargo” album (Australia #1, US #3, UK #8), released in May, 1983. US Columbia issued this remixed version together with a remix of “Who Can It Be Now” in 1983. Sadly we lost Greg Ham in April 2012
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Sing It's A Mistake : Men At Work wherever you go with the Stingray Karaoke mobile app. Download today: Apple iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/sing-with-stingray-karaoke/id334259050?mt=8 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.stingray.karaoke&hl=en_CA Or build your own personal karaoke library by downloading an MP4 of It's A Mistake : Men At Work from the Karaoke Store: https://karaoke.stingray.com/search/song?searchText=It%27s%20A%20Mistake&karaokeId=KAR:G:4849 To sing more karaoke, SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheKARAOKEChannel?sub_confirmation=1 Enjoy more Stingray products: http://www.stingray.com/products/karaoke Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/karaokelounge Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stingraykaraoke/
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"It's a Mistake" is a song by the Australian band Men at Work. The song was written by lead singer and guitarist Colin Hay and the recording was produced by Peter McIan. It was released in June 1983, as the third single from their album Cargo, and peaked at #34 in Australia. In the US, it entered the charts at #42 on July 2, 1983 and peaked at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 in August 1983. The song's lyrics deal with the mindset of military men across the world in the 1980s, wondering if and when the democratic countries of NATO and the communist states of the Warsaw Pact will end the Cold War standoff with conventional battle or a nuclear exchange. Hay sings in the persona of a mid-level officer wishing to learn from his superiors if his men are going to war or not. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = This audio was ripped at 320kbps to sound its best. .
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Song: It's a Mistake Artist: Men at Work Album: Cargo (1983) Original Bass Player: Johnathan Rees Bass: Fender Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar Bass Special Strings: Fender® USA, Nickel Plated Stainless Steel .045, .065, .085, .105 Mixer: Phonic AM240 Camera: Canon FS200 Standard Tuning "It's a Mistake" is a song recorded by the Australian group Men at Work. The song was written by Men at Work singer/guitarist Colin Hay and the recording was produced by Peter McIan. It was released in June 1983 as the second single from their album Cargo. It entered the charts at #42 on July 2nd, 1983 and peaked at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 in August 1983. It was performed live on Saturday Night Live on October 22, 1983. All audio and video segments remain the property of the original artists and publishing companies. I'm making such material available in an effort to advance understanding of the bass guitar. I believe this constitutes a fair use of any such copyrighted material as provided for in title 17&107 of the United States Code, and under articles 29 & 29.1 of the Canadian Copyright Act. In accordance with the above Copyright Acts, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes. Source Wikipedia. Bass performed by Constantine Isslamow Comments are OPEN for FANS & Constructive Posts ONLY No SWEARING, or obvious garbage posts = Instant Delete.
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Since a few people picked out the opening chords of this song at the end of my last cover, it seemed like the logical choice to upload. “It’s a Mistake” by Men at Work, off of their album, Cargo, which came out in 1983. The bass was played by John Rees who was often seen playing a Musicman Stingray and always played solid yet interesting bass lines. Last year I posted a cover of “Overkill” off the same album and it did surprisingly well. I always wondered if the title was mistaken for a song by another band or something like that. I’m interested to see how this one does. Nothing bad to say about Men at Work, they had some great songs and ruled the airwaves for a few years back in the early 80’s. The band I was in back then did a number of Men at Work songs and had a pretty easy time getting them to sound good. I really love the guitar solo in this song too, especially the simple, descending, sliding line near the end. In fact, during the lead I was momentarily transported back in time, hearing my friend, Harry, playing it. Not sure if I mentioned this before, but Lynn and I went to see a Colin Hay solo/acoustic show last year and he was fantastic. I figured I’d go to hear a few [email protected] songs and be content with that, but it was so much more. In fact, I only knew 3 or 4 of the songs he performed, yet I was thoroughly entertained for the entire show…and I’ve got a pretty short attention span. He’s a much better guitar player than I thought he’d be and his voice was incredible. His banter between songs was great as well, he seems to have a great personality and a great sense of humor. Since as it looks like I did both songs in the same session, I’m playing the same bass, the Mid-80’s Ibanez Roadstar II RB750. This is nearly identical to the one I had in the Mid-80’s which I bought after really digging my RB850. This one is more of a P/J pick-up configuration and has a smoother tone. Since I didn’t play my old one very much, I had it converted into a fretless and then I played it even less than before before selling it off.
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