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The Motels - Closets & Bullets (Vinyl)

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  1. ITEM DESCRIPTION: This listing is for a fair condition copy of the 7" vinyl entitled "Closets & Bullets" new wave band "The Motels" that has been signed by members Martha Davis and Marty Jourard. They are best known for the singles " Only the Lonely " and " Suddenly Last Summer "each of which peaked at No. 9 on the Billboard Hot , in and , nornadefuldecarfgladtabfighnessticum.coinfo date: May 27,
  2. gram audiophile vinyl Includes insert with song lyrics Featuring the singles "Total Control" and "Closets & Bullets" The American new wave band The Motels formed in Berkeley in Their song "Total Control" reached a high position in the Australian .
  3. Anticipating / Closets & Bullets, a Single by The Motels. Released in on Capitol (catalog no. ECR; Vinyl 7"). Genres: New Wave.
  4. The compellingly dark songs and transfixing personality of singer Martha Davis made their first mark when The Motels’ debut LP reached the pop charts in December “Total Control” became a big hit in Australia and soon was borrowed by Tina Turner; it joins “Celia,” “Counting,” “Atomic Cafe,” “Closets and Bullets” and more.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Jacksonville Vinyl release of The Motels on Discogs.
  6. Motels, an Album by Motels. Released 17 September on Capitol (catalog no. ST; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Wave, Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Martha Davis (vocals, guitar), Michael Goodroe (bass), Jeff Jourard (guitar), Marty Jourard (saxophone, keyboards), Brian Glascock (drums), John Carter (producer), Warren Dewey (recording engineer), Ken Perry (mastering).
  7. Total Control / Love Don't Help, a Single by The Motels. Released in November on Capitol (catalog no. CP; Vinyl 7"). Genres: New Wave.
  8. Digitally remastered two CD set featuring the first two albums from L.A.-based New Wave/Rock outfit The Motels, originally released in and Both of these albums made the U.S. Top Led by the charismatic Martha Davis, The Motels were one of the most acclaimed bands to emerge from the Los Angeles New Wave scene. Beat Goes On. /5(21).
  9. The Motels "Closets & Bullets": Everything looks different A man smiles at me I apologize and leave You go on and I'll stay behind N.

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