Martha and the Muffins - Echo Beach





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Published on Feb 10, 2011

Echo Beach performed by Martha & The Muffins | written by Mark Gane | produced by Mike Howlett | from the album Metro Music (1980) | additional audio/video post-production by sonicboy19

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The more I listen to Canadian music the more I like it. they should have played more of it in the US
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Joseph P. Arsenault
+greenaum I noticed you added "The Pixies" to your list of Canadian bands...."The Pixies" are from Boston....
Tony Sharples
American Woman, The Guess Who, 15 minute version. Of course the legend himself, Neil.
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Music For The People
I was basically an American new wave kid in 1980. I kept my favorite Top 20 U.S. singles lists from my record collection. This was my list from December 1980: 1) The Kings - Switchin To Glide/The Beat Goes On 2) The Undertones - Teenage Kicks 3) The Police - De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da 4) Martha & The Muffins - Echo Beach 5) John Lennon - (Just Like) Starting Over 6) Bruce Springsteen - Hungry Heart 7) Rockpile - Teacher Teacher 8) Suzi Quatro - Rock Hard 9) Robin Lane & The Chartbusters - Don't Cry 10) The Vapors - Turning Japanese 11) Devo - Whip It 12) The Korgis - Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime 13) The B-52's - Private Idaho 14) John & Yoko Lennon - Happy Xmas (War Is Over) 15) The Pretenders - Kid 16) Squeeze - Another Nail In My Heart 17) The Romantics - When I Look In Your Eyes 18) Split Enz - I Got You 19) The Kingbees - My Mistake 20) The Rolling Stones - She's So Cold
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DeLeary M. Tremens
Switchin to GLIDE___________,:)
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The Batman
This is, always has been and always will be a classic!
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Hey Batty you an Molly sure know how to dance.
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Trevor Best
This is the only way to get "the final countdown" out of your head
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W Leon
We will never get those days back again. Different time, different place. Society has changed for the worse now.
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Patrick Mann
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hugh jorgan
Great song and vid. The organ player/ backup singer in red is gorgeous.
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fox pals
just like you will be one day
richard bonner
Sorry no Yanick Etienne a hiatian singer was the vocalist doing the high bits. Would of neen cool if Martha was the one though
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Probably one of the greatest new wave songs ever.
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+Gordon Saulnier what would u consider it. 2 me its kinda like surfer music/ nu-wave....yet the saxaphone and all really just give it no limits
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Dave K
How can you not like this song?
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Keith Bate
+Selinor578  thats the going rate for just about any good or even great song eg Hey Jude or Stairway to heaven 
Still...just over 1% gave it a "thumbs down".
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Eric George
A classic that sounds just as fresh now as it did back in the day!!
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Eric George
+se7en1976 Absolutely correct, although If I heard it for the first time, I would still love this track, lol
+Eric George Same for everyone I think.  We always want to go back or seek the music that touched us the most in our years of discovery. 
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Watch the last part where they are singing together, something magical is happing there. Wonder if the muffins ever ate each other :)
+the14u36 ha ha
Harry Chan
Way too funny
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