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8 thoughts on “ Take The L - The Motels - All Four One (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Nov 21,  · Gang of Four’s third full-length left behind the dry, unaffected sound that made their first two records so immediate and bracing, instead taking textural cues from modern R&B and pulling most.
  2. The Motels’ “All Four One”, released in , was the album that finally brought the band its long sought commercial breakthrough. Led by the talented and charismatic front woman Martha Davis, The Motels were a presence on the L.A. music scene for a number of years and released several albums before scoring a platinum album with “All Four One”/5.
  3. There are three bands called The Motels. 1) An 80s new wave band from Los Angeles, California. 2) An alternative/indie band from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 3) A punk/funk band from Glasgow, Scotland 1) The Motels are a New Wave music band from the Los Angeles area best known for Only the Lonely and Suddenly, Last Summer, both of which peaked at #9 on the Billboard Hot in and
  4. Videoklip a text piesne Take the L od The Motels. Take the L out of lover and it's over Take the L out of lover and it's over.. Pokec Playlisty. Víc. Fankluby; Užívatelia; M The Motels All Four One. Playlist Zdieľaj. Ukaž píseň na Watching my head, holding my face One more evening gone to waste No longer do I know my place.
  5. Lyrics to Take the L by The Motels from the All Four One album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  6. All the singles and albums of Take That, peak chart positions, career stats, week-by-week chart runs and latest news.
  7. MARTHA DAVIS THE Motels All Four One Poster Authentic And Rare Promo - $ Capitol Records. Authentic, Promo. 3’ x 3’. Very light shelf storage wear; never displayed. lower left corner, small rip. Rare poster is in very good condition. Free shipping. UK buyers should expect to pay The Queen her taxes due. Overseas ships at cost.
  8. In fact, this version of the Motels was essentially the second iteration of the band, with only Martha Davis as the common member. "Take the L" was off the group's breakthrough album, 's All Four One. It was the Motel's third LP, and nearly turned into a total fiasco.

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