Boom Boom Baby (song)

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For the album, see Boom Boom Baby.
"Boom Boom Baby"
Single by "Crash" Craddock
from the album Boom Boom Baby
B-side Don't Destroy Me
Released 1959
Format 45 record
Recorded 1959
Genre Rockabilly
Length 2:25
Label Columbia
Coronet
Writer(s) Dave Burgess
"Crash" Craddock singles chronology
"Sweetie Pie"/"Blabbermouth"
(1959)
"Boom Boom Baby"/"Don't Destroy Me"
(1959)
"I Want That"/"Since She Turned Seventeen"
(1960)

"Boom Boom Baby" is a song written by Dave Burgess. It became a number one hit in Australia when it was recorded by Crash Craddock in 1959. It was released on the Columbia label in the United States and was released on the Coronet label in Australia. The flip side of the record, "Don't Destroy Me", reached #94 on the charts in the U.S. A music video recorded for "Boom Boom Baby" was released in 1960.[citation needed]

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Preceded by
"Joey's Song" by Bill Haley & His Comets
Australian Singles Chart number-one single
6–13 February 1960
Succeeded by
"She's My Baby" by Johnny O'Keefe
Preceded by
"She's My Baby" by Johnny O'Keefe
Australian Singles Chart number-one single
27 February – 5 March 1960
Succeeded by
"What Do You Want to Make Those Eyes at Me For?" by Emile Ford and the Checkmates