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I Wanna Drive You Home - ZZ Top - El Loco (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Baby please, baby please, I wanna drive you home. Low mileage without a pink slip, Clean upholstery and it ain't been ripped. She stripped her gears only late last night, I don't think that thing was oiling right. Baby please, baby please, I wanna drive you home. She shakes and shimmies all over the road, She's always happy when she carry a load.
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  2. ZZ Top. ZZ Top is an American rock band from Houston, Texas. Formed in , the group consists of Billy Gibbons (guitar and vocals), Dusty Hill (bass and vocals), and Frank Beard (percussion). ZZ Top's early sound was rooted in blues but eventually grew to exhibit contemporary influences.
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  3. " Currently top: El Loco LP grams high quality pressing new & sealed on stock Label: Rhino Date of release: November 4th, Tracklist: 1. Tube snake boogie 2. I Wanna Drive You Home 3. Ten foot pole 4. Leila 5. Don't tease me 6. It's so hard 7. Pearl Necklace 8. Groovy Little Hippie Pad 9. Heaven, Hell Or Houston Party On The Patio. ".
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  4. This song is by ZZ Top and appears on the album El Loco (). She is an American car She isn't legal so she can't go far She got her mind stuck up in second gear.
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  5. El Loco follows through on the streamlined, jet-engine boogie rock of Degüello, but kicking all the ingredients up a rotdytanseretepharrisunsenasuck.coinfo means that the grooves are getting a little slicker, while the jokes are getting a little sillier, a little raunchier. The double entendres on "Tube Snake Boogie" and "Pearl Necklace" are barely disguised, while much of the record plays as flat-out goofy party rock.
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  6. Label: Warner Bros. Records - BSK • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Allied Press • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Texas Blues ZZ Top - El Loco (, Allied Press, Vinyl) | Discogs.
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  7. I Wanna Drive You Home Letra: She is an American car, She isn't legal so she can't go far. She got her mind stuck up in second gear, Where she going ain't exactly clear. Baby please, baby please, I want to drive you home.. Low mileage without a pink.
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  8. 's "El Loco" is a lovely, crappy and odd little album that is hidden into the armpit of ZZ Top's back catalog, so to speak. Billy Gibbon's guitar sounds strangely soft, and the whole production and style contrast with their simple blues-rock & boogie-rock from the .
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