All Systems – Go!

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All Systems - Go!
All Systems - Go!.jpg
Studio album by The Honeycombs
Released 17 December 1965
Recorded Pye Studios, London
Genre Pop
Label Pye Records NPL 18132 (UK)
Producer Joe Meek (RGM Sound)
The Honeycombs chronology
The Honeycombs
(1964)
All Systems - Go!
(1965)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars[1]

All Systems – Go! was the second album by the British pop group The Honeycombs. Most songs were written by Ken Howard and Alan Blaikley. The album features "Emptiness" by Ray Davies from The Kinks, a song the band never officially released themselves.[2]

Track listing[edit]

Side 1

  1. "I Can't Stop"
  2. "Don't Love Her No More"
  3. "All Systems Go"
  4. "Totem Pole"
  5. "Emptiness" (Ray Davies)
  6. "Ooee Train"
  7. "She Ain't Coming Back"

Side 2

  1. "Something I Gotta Tell You"
  2. "Our Day Will Come"
  3. "Nobody But Me"
  4. "There's Always Me"
  5. "Love in Tokyo"
  6. "If You Should"
  7. "My Prayer"

Reissues[edit]

The album has been reissued on CD in both the UK and Germany:

  • in the UK: Honeycombs (All Systems Go and It's The Honeycombs) (Sequel Records NEX CD 125, 1990): This is a reissue, together with The Honeycombs' first album The Honeycombs, on one CD. On the back cover of the CD the contents of the two albums have been reversed, however. Moreover, the debut album, simply called The Honeycombs, has been rechristened It's the Honeycombs here.
  • in Germany: All Systems - Go! (Repertoire Records RR 4121-WZ, 1990), with six bonus tracks: "Not Sleeping Too Well Lately" / "How Will I Know" / "I Fell in Love" / "Something Better Beginning" / "Should a Man Cry?" / "Can't Get Through to You"

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