The Motels - Take The L album FLAC
Official video of The Motels performing Take The L from the album All Four One.
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Motels is the first studio album by new wave band The Motels, recorded in the spring of 1979 and released in the fall. It was produced by John Carter. It peaked at on Billboard's album chart in December. The band began recording on the 14th of the same month and finished within the first week of September.
The album Clean Modern and Reasonable, issued in September 2007, was the first release under the banner "The Motels" in 22 years. The album contains acoustic versions of past hits, B-sides and Davis solo material, including new recordings of "Take The L", "Only the Lonely", and "Suddenly Last Summer". In April 2008 Martha Davis/The Motels released two new albums on the same day; The Motels' new studio album This and the Martha Davis solo project Beautiful Life. The solo album was billed as a darkly autobiographical journey through Davis' life.
Album All Four One. Take The L Lyrics. Watching my head, holding my face One more evening gone to waste No longer do I know my place Killing time and missing my cues Watching her belong to you Tears could only change my view. Take the L out of lover and it's over (x2). Growing up has always been tough Good intentions never good enough I would take you far away Do anything to make you stay. Take the L out of lover and it's over (x3). Every drink and ciggarette All those hands we never met There are things we should forget Now its over Over.
The Motels - Take The L, 03:42, . MB download mp3 full version here. Album: All Four One. Release year: 1982. All Four One: Best 2 songs. The Motels - Tragic Surf 03:30.
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Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Motels. 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 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1982 and 1983, respectively.
Nom du groupe The Motels. Nom de l'album The Best Of The Motels. Date de parution 2003. Labels Cema Special Markets. Style MusicalNew-Wave. Membres possèdant cet album0. 1. Suddenly Last Summer. 7. Take the L. 8. Remember the Nights. 10. Mission of Mercy. Autres productions de The Motels.
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Official video of The Motels performing Take The L from the album All Four.
Album All Four One. Take The L Lyrics.
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Motels is the first studio album by new wave band The Motels, recorded in the spring of 1979 and released in the fall. It was produced by John Carter. It peaked at on Billboard's album chart in December.
This is the seventh studio album by the band The Motels, recorded with current touring band whom Martha Davis has been working with for a few years.
Take The L. This song is by The Motels and appears on the album All Four One (1982) and on the album No Vacancy: The Best Of The Motels (1990).
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|A||Take The L.
Written-By – Carter*, Davis*, Jourard*
- Manufactured By – Toshiba EMI Ltd
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Published By – Clean Sheets Music
- Published By – Excessive Music
- Producer – Val Garay
NotesJapanese promotional issue with picture/lyric/liner note insert.
White promo labels have release date and 見本 (非売品) = "Sample (Not For Sale)" printed on them.
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- Price Code: ¥700
- Rights Society: JASRAC
- Matrix / Runout (A Label): S45-98048
- Matrix / Runout (B Label): S45-97881
|ECS-17276||The Motels||Take The L. (7", Single)||Capitol Records||ECS-17276||Japan||1982|