You've got my number Why don't you use it You know my name You won't abuse it If you want to want to want to want to Want to have someone to talk to I'll pick you up In my car Take you home. Its not far If you want to Do it, do it, do it, do it Why don't you ring my number? Why don't you ring my number now? Let's say goodbye I couldn't stand it You've got my number Why don't you use it? More on Genius. You've Got My Number" Track Info. Cover By. You Got My Number by The Jeevas.
The Undertones' eponymous debut album was recorded at Eden Studios in January 1979. The album was produced by Roger Bechirian, with whom the band had worked with for the first time the previous month, when Bechirian had produced the band's second single, "Get Over You". Much of the material upon this album had been performed regularly at the Casbah; a venue in Derry where the band had regularly performed since 1977, with some songs having only been written towards the end of 1978 . You've Got My Number (Why Don't You Use It?)" J. J. O'Neill.
Title: You got my number Artist: The Undertones Album: The Undertones.
The Undertones - You've Got My Number (Why Don't You Use It) (single 1979). The Undertones - You've Got My Number (Why Don't You Use It). 2:38. Undertones-You Got My Number The Undertones You've got my number. You've Got My Number (Why Don't You Use It!) 2:41. The Undertones live @t Bristol May 2019 you got my number. Cole Swindell - You've Got My Number (Bonus Video).
A year later the label issued the Undertones’ self-titled debut album, which spawned the acclaimed singles Jimmy Jimmy, Here Comes the Summer, and You’ve Got My Number (Why Don’t You Use It?)". The band supported the album with a UK tour and as the opening act on the Clash’s American tour. The Undertones’ sophomore album Hypnotised reached No. 6 in the UK Albums chart, led by the single My Perfect Cousin. The band subsequently headlined their own US tour, and played an impressive 25 UK gigs over a three month period, following the album release.
THE UNDERTONES – TEENAGE KICKS and ‘recording of’ clip On this date in 1979, THE UNDERTONES were featured in a clip ‘The Recording of Teenage Kicks’ o. .Bassist Michael Bradley recalls making the video for TEENAGE KICKS and The Undertones appearance on ‘The Mersey Pirate’: The first thing to do was a video for 'Teenage Kicks'. These were early days for the music video so we were spared the horrors of the story board. A straight ahead performance of & Kicks', with Feargal giving a full on, pretend you're back in the Casbah (or pretend you're back in Feis Doire Colmcille) performance while the rest of us hid our embarrassment behind guitars and drums. We had another go at recording the song for another set of TV cameras a few days later.