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It was released as the third single from her fifth album, Nightclubbing. When re-released init peaked at number 12 in the UK. The song sparked some controversy for its suggestive lyrics as these figuratively describe sexual intercourse and fellatioprompting some radio stations in the United States to refuse to broadcast it.
Over the years, "Pull Up to the Bumper" has been remixed several times. The original inch single featured the unedited album master Do You Wanna Dance? - P.P.M. - Its Alive as an extended mix of 6m45s. Inthe track was remixed and re-released to promote the Island Life compilation, and was released in two different 12" mixes, one an extended mix with additional keyboard overdubs and remix by Paul "Groucho" Smykle, which can be found on both the Rodeo Media Dance Classics - Pop Edition Vol.
The track has come to be one of Jones' signature tunes and her first transatlantic hit. When it was re-released inthen with the recording of " La Vie en rose " as the B-side, it reached number 12 on the UK pop chart in early InThe Guardian ' s Richard Vine ranked the release of "Pull Up to the Bumper" as one of 50 key events in the history of dance music, proclaiming it "one of those rare records that manages to replicate the sensation of actually being in a club.
Time Out listed the song at number 41 in their The 50 best '80s songs list in The music video for "Pull Up to the Bumper" is a combination of live footage of Jones performing the song on her A One Man Show merged and edited alongside excerpts from Godfrey Reggio 's experimental documentary film Koyaanisqatsi. The video uses the edited studio version of the song and its opening section includes excerpts from the song "Nightclubbing".
Another music video for the song was produced, also using the same live footage, cut and re-edited, but this time retaining the original concert soundtrack. The video ends with Jones jumping from the stage into the audience. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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