8 thoughts on “ Total Control - The Motels - The Motels (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Dec 25,  · - Live'ish The Motels performing the single version of their breakout hit 'Total Control' on 'Countdown' circa with a live vocal. It was a top ten hit in Australia and is still a fixture on Aussie FM radio. The Motels were a New Wave music band from the Los Angeles area best known for "Only the Lonely" and "Suddenly, Last Summer", each of which peaked at #9 on the Billboard Hot .
  2. The Motels self-titled debut LP fared moderately well, with strongest sales (not surprisingly) in their Los Angeles home base. Despite containing the hit ballad Total Control, the album was a disappointment for some, though. Long-time Motels followers complained about the absence of sparks their live performance generated.
  3. Releases of THE MOTELS on Music On Vinyl. Receive the weekly e-mail with our latest releases and news.
  4. Jul 12,  · Announcing New York City-based band Cults' full album cover of The Motels' debut album Motels for the SOUNDS DELICIOUS vinyl subscription service. Available on limited edition colored vinyl exclusively from Turntable Kitchen. when we were on tour with an amazing band called Total Control in Australia. We thought it was the greatest band.
  5. Feb 26,  · The Motels - Total Control from The Music Compilation LP Cartridge: Shure V Type 3, Jico SAS Stylus @ Grams Phono Stage: Project Tube Box DS Valves: Genalex Gold Lion ECC83 Turntable.
  6. Martha Davis and The Motels were a force to be reckoned with in the 's with such hits as "Total Control," "Danger," "Days Are OK," "Mission of Mercy," "Take the L," "Forever Mine," "So L.A.," "Art Fails," "Suddenly Last Summer," "Remember the Nights," "Little Robbers," "Footsteps," "In the Jungle," "Shame," "Shock," "Icy Red," "Don't Tell Me the Time," "Tell It to the Moon," "Don't Ask Out /5(6).
  7. MOTELS Vinyl Records and CDs Band from Los Angeles, California, formed in , originating in a band called the Warfield Foxes from Berkeley. The Warfield Foxes: Dean Chamberlain, Martha Davis & .
  8. The American new wave band The Motels formed in Berkeley in Their song "Total Control" reached a high position in the Australian charts. It's one of the songs from their debut album The Motels. gram audiophile vinyl.

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