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The Paradise Motel - Left Over Life to Kill album download

The Paradise Motel - Left Over Life to Kill album download
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    Left Over Life to Kill
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Still Life (The Paradise Motel album). Still Life was an album by Tasmanian rock band The Paradise Motel. Later copies of the album were accompanied by the bonus CD Junk Mail, a half-hour instrumental soundscape. This album began the band's interest in disappearances and landscape. Two singles were taken from the album, 'Bad Light' and 'Calling You'.

Redirected from Paradise Motel). The Paradise Motel are an independent Australian rock band which formed in Hobart in 1994. They relocated to Melbourne and issued two albums on Mushroom Records, Still Life (1996) and Flight Paths (1998) before moving to the United Kingdom where they released a third, Reworkings (1999), before disbanding in early 2000.

Topics about The Paradise Motel albums in general should be placed in relevant topic categories. This category contains albums by The Paradise Motel. Pages in category "The Paradise Motel albums". The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). Left Over Life to Kill. O. Oh Boy (The Paradise Motel album).

Left Over Life To Kill is both an EP and an album released by the Australian band The Paradise Motel, released in 1996 and 1997 respectively. Lyrics and most music was written by Charles Bickford with arrangements by Matt Aulich. The EP was released by Mushroom Records in Australia in 1997 on both CD and 10-inch vinyl. The EP reached number 2 on the Australian Alternative Charts and became the third highest selling alternative release of 1996.

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