Big Crash

Album: Where's The Party? (1983)
Charted: 54
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  • Where's The Party? was Money's fifth album, and it proved disappointing after the success of No Control. This was the biggest hit from the album, a song about a once good girl who's going bad and may be headed for self-destruction if someone doesn't wake her up. >>
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    Mike - Santa Barbara, CA
  • Money wrote this song with Duane Hitchings, who also played synthesizer on the track. Hitchings was a member of Rod Stewart's band and co-wrote "Young Turks."
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  • Fred from New Orleans, LaGiant cell phone? You mean the Police radio?
  • Brent from Denair, CaLove the giant cell phone in the video. Go Money Man. As long as he was sober, what a concert!
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