The Completion Backward Principle

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The Completion Backward Principle
Studio album by The Tubes
Released April 1981
Recorded August 1980
Genre Rock
Length 39:30
Label Capitol
Producer David Foster
The Tubes chronology
T.R.A.S.H. (Tubes Rarities and Smash Hits)
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The Completion Backward Principle is the sixth studio album from the rock group The Tubes. It is the group's first for Capitol Records. It was accompanied by a long form music video release of the same name, although it did not contain all of the songs from the album. It is a concept album presented as a motivational business document.

Original LP track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by The Tubes; except where indicated.

Side one[edit]

  1. "Talk to Ya Later" (The Tubes, David Foster, Steve Lukather)
  2. "Sushi Girl"
  3. "Amnesia"
  4. "Mr. Hate"
  5. "Attack of the Fifty Foot Woman"

Side two[edit]

  1. "Think About Me"
  2. "A Matter of Pride"
  3. "Don't Want to Wait Anymore"
  4. "Power Tools"
  5. "Let's Make Some Noise"

2011 Remastered CD (IconoClassic ICON 1021)[edit]

  1. Talk To Ya Later
  2. Sushi Girl
  3. Amnesia
  4. Mr. Hate
  5. Attack Of The Fifty Foot Woman
  6. Think About Me
  7. A Matter Of Pride
  8. Don't Want To Wait Anymore
  9. Power Tools
  10. Let's Make Some Noise
  11. Tube Talk
  12. What's Wrong With Me
  13. Gonna Get It Next Time
  14. Sports Fans

CD Mastered by Vic Anesini at Battery Studios, NY.

Chart success[edit]

"Talk to Ya Later" hit #6 on the Billboard US Mainstream Rock list.

The Video[edit]

  1. Matter of Pride
  2. Sports Fans
  3. Amnesia
  4. Mr. Hate
  5. Mondo Bondage
  6. Don't Want to Wait Anymore
  7. Business
  8. Talk To Ya Later
  9. Sushi Girl
  10. Let's Make Some Noise
  11. White Punks on Dope

This video was choreographed by Kenny Ortega.

"White Punks on Dope" is included after the closing credits, and contains many scenes from the Tubes early cable access TV appearances as well as footage from early shows where Waybill would play the part of Quay Lude.