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Pop Goes The World - Men Without Hats - Pop Goes The World


1987
Label: Mercury - 832 730-1,Mercury - 422 832 730-1 Q-1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Synth-pop
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It contained the single " Pop Goes the World ", which reached the top twenty in Canada achieving Gold status [2] and the United States. The album went Platinum in Canada. Johnny, Jenny, J. Bonhomme and the baby were actually characters from the opening song "Pop Goes The World"—the album graphics were designed to reference their roles in the song, which opens with the line "Johnny played gee-tar, Jenny played bass.

The role of "Johnny" on the album cover and in videos was played by Stefan Doroschuk, the band's actual guitarist. The actress who played Jenny is Louise Court.

The album cover shows the character Bonhomme as the band's drummer. The initial J. Anderson plays flute on track 3, "On Tuesday". Early in the recording sessions, a song called "The Same Halo" was recorded by the band for the album but was ultimately replaced by "Lose My Way" on the album. Doroschuk sang backing vocals, played various instruments and produced.

A song called "All We Do" was written during the sessions for the album and performed on the tour to promote it, but was included on the follow-up In the 21st Century.

A song called "Everybody Wants to Know" was written in and considered for the album, but was Pop Goes The World - Men Without Hats - Pop Goes The World by "Jenny Wore Black" and would surface four years later on Sideways. Along with the title track, two other singles from this album were released, but neither got much notice. These singles were "Moonbeam", which featured a complementing music video, and "O Sole Mio" that was backed by "Lose My Way" as a promo single.

The title track was used by Tide in TV advertisements for their "Pods" in The opening riff of the tune was also utilized in the promotional advertising for the American television series Young Sheldon in the summer of From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Pop Goes The World.

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  1. Nov 05,  · Pop Goes The World () 1) Intro 2) Pop Goes The World 3) On Tuesday 4) Bright Side Of The Sun 5) O Sole Mio 6) Lose My Way 7) The Real World 8) Moonbeam 9.
  2. Aug 08,  · If you're a Men Without Hats fan, then this is a must have. The most popular song is "Pop Goes The World", but it certainly isn't the best. There are a lot of hidden jems like "Moonbeam" and "Walk On Water" that outshine the title track/5(60).

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