JOSIE COTTON - Convertible Music -PURPLE VINYL W INSERT (classic California 80s girl-pop) LPBOMP
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Originally released in 1982 and regarded as a new wave classic, Josie Cotton’s “Convertible Music” has been out of print for decades. Were are proud to bring it back to you on LTD ED OF 500 PURPLE VINYL, newly REMASTERED, with one BONUS TRACK – (Wait For) The Blackout –, and with its ORIGINAL ARTWORK.
The album features the international hit “Johnny Are You Queer?” which was initially released as a single on BOMP! Records and got heavy airplay on L.A.’s KROQ. Both songs “Johnny Are You Queer?” and “He Could Be the One” were also performed by Josie in the 1983 film Valley Girl and appeared on the soundtrack album.
“Convertible Music is a classic of the whole California girl-pop scene of the early ‘80s, on a level with the Go Go’s’ Beauty and the Beat, Bonnie Hayes’ Good Clean Fun, and the first Bangles EP.” – Stewart Mason, ALL MUSIC.
A1. He Could Be The One
A2. Rockin' Love
A3. Waitin' For Your Love
A4. So Close
A5. I Need The Night, Tonight
A6 BONUS TRACK NOT ON ORIGINAL LP - (Let's Do the Blackout)
B1. Johnny, Are You Queer?
B2. Systematic Way
B3. Another Girl
B4. Bye Bye Baby
B5. No Pictures Of Dad
B6. Tell Him