Album: All You Zombies. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Only Noah saw it coming 40 days and 40 nights Took his sons and daughters with him Yeah, they were the Israelites
The Hooters included this song on Amore, an independent album they released in 1983. Around the same time, Cyndi Lauper's first album came out, which Hyman and Bazilian had worked on. Columbia Records took notice and signed the band soon after, releasing this as their first single. The version released by Columbia was slowed down, with instrumental sections added to make the song almost 6 minutes long.
Only Noah saw it comin Forty days and forty nights.
In 1983 The Hooters began working at last on their first album. The result, Amore, was released on the independent label Antenna and sold over 100,000 copies. Amore included songs like "All You Zombies", "Hanging On A Heartbeat", "Fightin' On The Same Side" and "Blood From A Stone", all of which would reappear in different versions on later albums. Although a studio album, Amore captured the same energy and spirit that made The Hooters admired for their live performances. November 2005 marked the appearance of The Hooters on VH1 Classic's concert series Decades Live Rock as guests of Cyndi Lauper where they performed "And We Danced" and "All You Zombies. June 2006 finally saw The Hooters play their first official shows in the United States in over a decade.
All You Zombies (Original). This song is by The Hooters and appears on the album Amore (1983). Holy Moses met the PharaohYeah, he tried to set him straightLooked him in the eye, let my people go. Holy Moses on a mountainHigh above the golden calfWent to get the Ten CommandmentsHe's just gonna break them in half.
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Song has been covered by Sandra for her album The Art of Love. TV80s: Greatest Hits of the Eighties. The Hooters – And We Danced.
All You Zombies" is a song by The Hooters. It was first recorded live and released as a single in 1982. It was subsequently included on the band's debut album Amore (1983) and an extended version of the song was included on their second album Nervous Night (1985). This version was released as a single in 1985. A different version of the song later appeared on the Amore album released independently in 1983. Rob Hyman and Eric Bazilian worked with Cyndi Lauper on the She's So Unusual album leading to Columbia Records offering the band a contract. They released "All You Zombies" with additional instrumental sections making the song almost six minutes long. It became a hit reaching the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and top 10 in Australia. The band performed the song at the Live Aid benefit concert in Philadelphia, on July 13, 1985.