|A||Jukebox Babe (Long Version)|
|WIP 6744||Alan Vega||Jukebox Babe (7", Single)||Celluloid||WIP 6744||UK||1981|
|CLD 10339||Alan Vega||Jukebox Babe (7")||Celluloid||CLD 10339||Italy||1981|
|106 218||Alan Vega||Jukebox Babe (7", Single)||Celluloid||106 218||France||1981|
Album Name Alan Vega (JukeBox Babe). Labels Celluloïd Records Ariola Records. Music StylePunk-Rock. Members owning this album2.
Jukebox Babe/Collision Drive. One of the Infinite Zero label's many fine reissues, Alan Vega's Jukebox Babe/Collision Drive is culled from the early years of his solo career, pursuing the same brand of postmodern rockabilly which defined his career with Suicide.
This song is by Alan Vega and appears on the album DJ-Kicks (2005) by Annie. Ah! when my jukebox baby takes the floor'Round the old jukebox in the candy storeThe joint starts jumpin' till the roof comes tumblin' down! Jukebox babyYou're the swingin'est doll in town! (Jukebox baby!) Put a nickel in for Maybelline(Jukebox baby!) drop another one for seventeen(Jukebox baby!) whisper to your daddy-oThree little love words (Ko-ko-mo!)
Boruch Alan Bermowitz (June 23, 1938 – July 16, 2016), known professionally as Alan Vega, was an American vocalist and visual artist, primarily known for his work with the electronic protopunk duo Suicide. Alan Bermowitz was raised in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn.
Formats and track listing. All songs written by Alan Vega. US 7" single (WIP 6744). Jukebox Babe" – 2:55. Personnel Musicians.