Aug 242008
 

From THE BEST OF THE TUBES
Written by The Tubes, Michael Snyder, Maurice White

In 1983, after the huge success of their previous album, “The Completion Backward Principle,” The Tubes released “Outside Inside,” another catchy offering again with David Foster at the helm. Foster, who was responsible for making the band’s sound more suitable for rock and pop radios, brought in many of his friends from Toto plus other session greats like Nathan East and, Freddy Washington to help raise the level of  musical sophistication in the Tubes sound. Continue reading »