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Album The Motels - Little Robbers

  • Performer: The Motels
  • Title: Little Robbers
  • Size MP3 ver: 2944 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 1495 mb
  • Country: Singapore, Malaysia & Hong Kong
  • Date of release: 1983
  • # Catalog: ST-12288
  • Label: Capitol Records
  • Rating: 4.3 of 5
  • Genre: Pop
Album The Motels - Little Robbers

Tracklist

1Isle Of You
2Suddenly Last Summer
3Footsteps
4In The Heartland
5Remember The Nights
6Trust Me
7Where Do We Go From Here (Nothing Sacred)
8Tables Turned
9Monday Shutdown
10Little Robbers

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ST-12288The Motels Little Robbers ‎(LP, Album)Capitol RecordsST-12288US1983
ST-12288The Motels Little Robbers ‎(LP, Album)Capitol RecordsST-12288New Zealand1983
ST-12288The Motels Little Robbers ‎(LP, Album, Club, RCA)Capitol RecordsST-12288US1983
CFU0313The Motels Little Robbers ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)Culture FactoryCFU0313France2012
72438 19342 27The Motels Little Robbers ‎(CD, Album, RE)One Way Records 72438 19342 27US1997

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: MATRIX/RUNOUT ST 12288 A
  • Matrix / Runout: MATRIX/RUNOUT ST 12288 B

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Album

Shadows of Sunday Can't stand that one day When living screeches to a stop Here I go again Man it never ends Day after day things stay the same They Robbers is the RIAA Gold-certified fourth studio album by new wave band The Motels. It was recorded between February and August 1983 and released in September 1983. It features the hit song, Suddenly Last Summer, which hit No. 1 on Billboard's Album Rock Tracks chart, and became the band's second Top 10 Pop hit in the US, reaching No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100. Where Do We Go from Here Nothing Sacred Martha Davis 3:34. Suddenly Last Summer Davis 3:46. Little Robbers. The Motels - Little Robbers 1983. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. New Wave. The Motels. Songs in album The Motels - Little Robbers 1983. The Motels - Where Do We Go From Here. The Motels - Suddenly Last Summer. The Motels - Isle Of You. The Motels - Trust Me. The Motels - Monday Shutdown. The Motels - Remember The Nights. The Motels - Little Robbers. The Motels - Into The Heartlan. Album 1983 10 Songs. Rock 1983. Where Do We Go From Here Nothing Sacred. Little Robbers, the follow-up to the Motels' commercial breakthrough All 4 One, is nearly as consistent as its predecessor, finding the perfect balance between mainstream rock conventions and quirky new wave flourishes. Again, the singles are the best parts of the record, with the hazy Suddenly Last Summer deservedly reaching the Top Ten and Remember the Nights being a fine AOR workout, but the remainder of the album suffers from undistinguished material and a distinct lack of hooks. Watch the video for Little Robbers from The Motels's Little Robbers for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. There are three bands called The Motels. 1 An 80s new wave band from Los Angeles, California. 2 An alternativeindie band from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 3 A punkfunk band from Glasgow, Sco read more. 2 An alternativeindie band from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 3 A punkfunk band from Glasgow, Scotland 1 The Motels are a New Wave music band read more. Similar Artists. Little Robbers, 1983. Where Do We Go From Here Nothing Sacred, 03:25. Suddenly Last Summer, 03:36. Isle of You, 04:00. Monday Shutdown, 03:37. Remember the Nights, 03:12. Little Robbers, 03:40. Into the Heartland, 03:26. The Motels : Little Robbers,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Monday Shut Down. Remember The Nights. Into The Heartland. Tables Turned. Buy this album. Узнать больше. Other productions from The Motels. Little Robbers CD, Album. Capitol Records. CDP7 46020 2. The Motels - Little Robbers 3:50. The Motels - Trust Me 3:25. The Motels - Where do we go from here 3:26. The Motels - 'Little Robbers' Live San Francisco Red Devil Lounge 3252011 2:58. Listes Ajouter à une Liste. all music guide par ronnepon1. Little Robbers, on the other hand, is the original album remastered with no bonus tracks. Unfortunately, a number of b-sides from this era were not included, perhaps due to licensing. My favorite Motels song, Some Things Never Change, was issued only as the b-side of first single, Suddenly Last Summer. It was not included on the album, even though I think that it would have made an excellent closing track on the album. Note that Some Things Never Change made its CD debut in 2002 on Capitol Records Classic Masters compilation for The Motels


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