Showing posts with label Tesla. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Tesla. Show all posts

May 3, 2019

Edison's Medicine by Tesla (1991)

Edison's Medicine by Tesla (1991)
Psychotic Supper is the third studio album from the American rock band Tesla, released in 1991. The album was certified platinum by RIAA on November 5th, 1993.

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May 2, 2019

Cumin' Atcha Live by Tesla (1986)

Cumin' Atcha Live by Tesla (1986)
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"Cumin' Atcha Live" is generally the first song played at concerts by the band. It is featured in the video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.


Little Suzi by Tesla - With Intro (1986)

Little Suzi by Tesla (1986)
"Little Suzi's on the Up" is a song by British new wave group Ph.D. The song was released as the band's first single, appearing on their self-titled debut. The video for the song was notable for being the fifth music video shown during MTV's launch on August 1, 1981. It is sometimes misspelled by music video stations as Susie or Suzy. Suzi is the correct spelling.

Hard rock band Tesla covered the song in 1986 under the name "Little Suzi". Tesla released the cover as the second single from their debut album, Mechanical Resonance. The single broke Tesla into the mainstream and was the most successful single from their debut, reaching #91 on the Billboard Hot 100.


Modern Day Cowboy by Tesla (1987)

Modern Day Cowboy by Tesla (1987)
"Modern Day Cowboy" is a song by the American hard rock band Tesla. The song was released as the first single from the band's debut studio album, Mechanical Resonance. The song's lyrics make references to criminals such as Billy the Kid and Al Capone.

A music video was produced for the song, which shows Nikola Tesla playing films in an abandoned movie theater. Tesla shows footage of the band performing the song, along with scenes from the movies High Noon and Scarface.