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8 thoughts on “ Your Own Man - Benny Mardones - Thank God For Girls (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Benny Mardones Thank God For Girls LP New/Sealed “Cut-Out” LP! Mick Ronson! New/Sealed “Cut-Out” LP! “Cut-Out” means it’s factory sealed, but there’s a corner cut off, leaving a small rip in the shrink wrap so album cover is new/sealed but slightly imperfect. Jacket Grade: VG. Vinyl Grade: New & sealed, unplayed. Please see photos of actual item on offer!Seller Rating: % positive.
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  3. Aug 26,  · Benny Mardones - Thank God For Girls () Vicious Delite - Vicious Delite () Spinal Tap - Break Like the Wind () Snow White - One Cold Night () Fergie Frederiksen - Equilibrium () Dan Reed Network - Slam () Dokken - Change The World - An Introduction () The Breaks - The Breaks () Sweet Teaze - Do It Till It.
  4. Never Run Never Hide, an Album by Benny Mardones. Released in (catalog no. ; Cassette). Genres: AOR.
  5. Opening with the hilariously overwrought hard rocker "She's So French" and sporting the equally rediculous OTT silky soul of "Hey Baby," the main draw of Benny Mardones' Never Run Never Hide of course is the teen-dreamin' lechery of "Into the Night," an irresistible, ivory-tickling soft rock classic. Elsewhere, a lot of huffin' 'n' puffin' Broadway rock that has me thinking Meatloaf, though I.
  6. Label: Private Stock - PS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: Pop Rock Benny Mardones - Thank God For Girls (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(15).
  7. Switching to Polydor, Mardones released his second album Never Run, Never Hide in It contained material entirely co-written by the artist including the light, infectious and soulful pop-rock.
  8. In between, there are several Mardones songs from his first LP, including "Your Own Man," "All For A Reason," "American Bandstand" (which was his radio hit at the time), and "Thank God For Girls." Shortly after the success of "Into The Night" in , Mardones got into a fight with a record executive at his label, and nearly destroyed his office during the altercation.

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