Talk to la Bomb - Brazilian Girls

Talk to la Bomb

Brazilian Girls

  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2006-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 2006 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.


Title Artist Time
Jique Brazilian Girls 4:15 USD 1.29
All About Us Brazilian Girls 4:00 USD 1.29
Last Call Brazilian Girls 4:10 USD 1.29
Never Met a German Brazilian Girls 2:35 USD 1.29
Sweatshop Brazilian Girls 4:36 USD 1.29
La territoire Brazilian Girls 4:58 USD 1.29
Rules of the Game Brazilian Girls 4:46 USD 1.29
Talk to the Bomb Brazilian Girls 5:42 USD 1.29
Nicotine Brazilian Girls 3:31 USD 1.29
Tourist Trap Brazilian Girls 5:01 USD 1.29
Sexy Asshole Brazilian Girls 6:44 USD 1.29
Problem Brazilian Girls 2:32 USD 1.29
Imaginary Girlfriend Brazilian Girls 5:52 USD Album Only


  • Awhile

    By Tymm?
    It took me 2 years to buy this album because I didn't want my debut experience with the the BGs to be ruined. With that said, I have missed out on two years of great music. I love this album. Is it better than the first? That's debatable but it is in no way a let down. I can't stop listening to this record. I can't wait till these guys visit the States again. Who needs top 40 radio when you have the ever so great Brazilian Girls.
  • Great Work!

    By ARELGI_
    This Album has everything that you need! a must hear CD. once you heared it you feel in love!
  • Whats up with the lukewarm Itunes review?

    By royalviking
    The review states that the CD is a sophomore slump. They're nuts! Talk to La Bomb is kller. Jique is a rock n roll classic; check out their performance of it on Late Night on You Tube. Personally, I love the aformentioned track--so does my 4 yr old BTW; he always requests it when we're riding in the car-and tracks 2, 4, 6, and 9. The bass playing is great: funky, complex, cool. The drumming would fit comfortably on a Cramps record. And the chantuese Sabina is an original: sexy, original, provocative, and so unlike all the "sensitive" female singers out there. I'm sure the surrealists would have been big fans of Brazilian girls for their combination of sexuality, wit and provocation. Love 'em
  • Huh?

    By ††The One And Only Warren Cain††
    Wasn't this on some commercial?
  • Lament

    By joshferatu
    Dear Girls i miss You so much it is beyond typing, Please release a new albulm, for the EU at least. So much apppreciation. Joshka
  • Where's the Samba?

    By @jamesmagenst
    Given their name, I expected lots of Astrud and Jobim sounding stuff. Except, there wasn't any samba. But I was really happy with the album. Jique and Nicotine being my fav. I smoked some, laid back, and chilled while the record was playing.
  • Better than the previews

    By Gabe Personal
    WOW... this was unexpected. I must be honest.. I was expecting an edgy unpredictable album.. but I was only partly correct. Unpredictable... yes. Edgy.. it seems. However it is all majestically executed in such a way that it cant be explained. I actually found myself bobbing my head. Really quite groovy. Try it.
  • Talk to Labomba

    By jwp0831
    Good beats, enchanting, nice musical turns
  • Don't be fooled by the name...

    By becerob
    This album is definately a step in the right direction for this group. They continue to blend diff genres and styles to create a unique sound. Reminded me of the many musical styles used by groups in the 80's.
  • Playing With The Brazilian Girls

    By jbt6
    Best of late 2006. The Brazilian Girls take conventional pop song structures and twist them up spit them back out into some playfully chaotic. Love the way they are pushing the boundries in todays "formula heavy" pop market. I'm surprised I don't read more critics comparing them to Blondie and have never heard the band acknowledge them as an influence...they should. Okay the whole album is good -- oh, and the back ROCKS live.