Rip It Up

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  1. Rip It Up shares the story of Jackie, a virtuoso guitarist with a retro style and a contemporary outlook who carries the torch of rebellion in his soul. As the story begins, Jackie is getting to know a young farmers daughter intimately just as her father crashes the encounter in the way only a father couldwith a pitchfork.
  2. "Rip It Up" is a song written by Robert Blackwell and John Marascalco. It was first released by Little Richard in June Bill Haley and his Comets also released a recording of the song that year. The Little Richard version hit number one on the R&B Best Sellers chart for two weeks and peaked at number 17 on the pop chart. The Bill Haley and.
  3. Rip it up, rip it up money face is waitin' Get on your feet girls Rip it up, rip it up get a new fascination Get on your feet boys Kiss, blow a kiss to the wall your facin' Get on your feet girls It's time to collect from the bank generation Rip it up, rip it up, rip it up, rip it up Rip it up, rip it up, rip it up.
  4. I'm gonna rock it up I'm gonna rip it up I'm gonna shake it up I'm gonna ball it up I'm gonna ride it out And ball tonight I got a date and I won't be late Pick her up in my '88' Shag it on down to the union hall When the music starts jumpin' I'll have a ball I'm gonna rock it up I'm gonna rip it up I'm gonna shake it up I'm gonna ball it up I.
  5. Rip it up is a hit song by the post-punk band Orange Juice, and also the title-track to their Sophomore album, Rip it Up. It is their only hit in the UK, grabbing a No.8 on the Singles Charts. It.
  6. "Rip It Up" is a song from Australian rock band Jet's second album Shine On. It was released 27 November as the second single from that album in Australia. Fellow band members and brothers, Chris Cester and Nic Cester, together with Cameron Muncey, co-wrote the track.
  7. “Rip it Up” topped the R&B Best Sellers chart for 2 weeks after its release. The song has been notably covered by Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Gerry and the Pacemakers, and Gene.
  8. Rip It Up was a bi-monthly New Zealand music magazine that was published from to History and profile. Started in June as a free monthly giveaway, it grew rapidly, with its monthly print run reaching 30, copies by the mids. The new magazine arrived at .

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