℗ 2021 UMG Recordings; An A&M Records Release
 

Nothing To Fear

Oingo Boingo

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1.1
Grey Matter
Oingo Boingo
5:52
1.2
Insects
Oingo Boingo
3:04
1.3
Private Life
Oingo Boingo
3:17
1.4
Wild Sex (In The Working Class)
Oingo Boingo
4:08
1.5
Running On A Treadmill
Oingo Boingo
3:21
1.6
Whole Day Off
Oingo Boingo
3:57
1.7
Nothing To Fear (But Fear Itself)
Oingo Boingo
3:54
1.8
Why'd We Come
Oingo Boingo
3:57
1.9
Islands
Oingo Boingo
4:41
1.10
Reptiles And Samurai
Oingo Boingo
5:18
Total Playing Time    41:29
Nothing to Fear is the second studio album by American new wave band Oingo Boingo, released in 1982 on A&M Records. The album possesses a more hard-edged sound than the band's previous releases, featuring louder electric guitar and percussion, an increased and more varied use of synthesizers and the introduction of sequencers on some tracks. The songs also feature an unorthodox range of instruments, some of which were designed and built by the band.
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – A&M Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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