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Careful Import

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  • CD (25 octobre 1990)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Capitol
  • ASIN : B00000DQX3
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HASH(0x8db44fe4) étoiles sur 5 Great Art As Music 10 avril 2007
Par Bradley Jacobson - Publié sur
Format: CD
For their second album Careful, Martha, Tim, Marty, Michael, and Brian brought in a couple more hooks to their avant-garde arty styling and the result is a much better album than the debut in my opinion. Not to mention one of the best album covers ever and if you don't believe me pick up a book about the best album covers and I bet you'll see it in there. The music is still moody and brooding but with Tim McGovern, Michael Goodroe and Marty Jourard more involved in writing, the resulting songs they came up with add a new texture to the Motels sound - the first single "Danger" (Davis/McGovern) is still one of my favorite songs by the band - "Danger/your love is like a stranger/your so close/ yet so far away..." before the chorus kicks it up a few notches, "Late at night when I want you/ I just close my eyes and I pray/late at night when I need you/ I just stop to me I say..." The song is something Divinyls might have put on their debut album - so enticing and fun, "Envy" is my all time favorite song on the album - it's a throwback to "Love Don't Help" which is to say it's a 2 minute fast fight with Martha cooing some intense and hilarious lyrics and a change in melody as well - "everybody wants my car/ so they can drive like I drive/ everybody wants my car... you better leave it alone..." Of course there's "everybody wants my baby/ everybody wants my man.." and she tells them "you better leave him alone..." with a wild drumming and soft bass behind her - it's very threatening and I'm sure that's exactly how she meant it. The title track is one of their more famous cuts if not for the fact it appears on almost every one of their compilations - it's a winding synth driven track once again full of foreboding with Martha practically hiccupping through it, "but just don't leave me/ please don't leave me/ your way/ careful/ I'm indicating/ my way..." "Bonjour Baby" and "Cry Baby" punch up the hook laden part of the album and they're two very fun tracks full of new wavey fun, while the single "Days Are OK (But The Nights Were Made Love)" starts with a chunky mellow opening before rock guitar and drums kick in for the chorus and the boys help out by making man "oohs" and "aahs" on the chorus - it should've been a huge hit but instead never even makes it onto their hits collections. One of my favorite singles from the band is also from the Careful album, "Whose Problem?" is a mid tempo popper with some of the best lyrics - "You didn't have to adopt me/ you could have very well left me outside the door" and my favorite - "Anticipating the matter will never be heard/ I know you wanted perfection but I' lost my nerve/ so whose problem am I?/ whose problem am I?/ whose problem am I / if I'm not yours?" The whole Careful album is great from one song to the next, with the whole thing ending on a bittersweet moody confection called "Slow Town" which Martha describes as sounding heroin induced sans the heroin.
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HASH(0x8db49054) étoiles sur 5 I Bought This Album for the Cover Art and... 9 décembre 2009
Par whitechocolatebrotha - Publié sur
Format: CD
...fell in love with the gorgeous, raspy voice of Martha Davis.

Though I've never been a "Rock" kind of guy, I was so drawn into the melodies and the excellent musicianship which was all over this record. There was something so dark and so delicious about the first single, "Danger;" Those crashing guitar chords toward the end did it for ME. Then "Envy," starting out with it's tribal, sexy rhythm and going full-out, angry "Thrash Metal" was really different and awesome for me. I could not believe that I was embracing an album like this, as my roots were so firmly set in R&B/Soul formats. I also had no idea that they had a debut album which preceded this one!

After that, there was something so alluring about the crunchy funk of "Party Professionals," the new-wave sound (of the day) of "Days Are O.K.," the uptempo, bouncy feel of "People, Places and Things" and "Cry Baby" as well as the stark, dark, downtempo beauty of "Slow Town," the album's closer, with its creepy, mournful drones. The album's cover art is so risque and voyeuristic that it literally beckons the listener to come in and/or PEEK in while checking out what lustful fires burn inside.

"Careful" is a quiet classic (that did not chart well in The States) and is required listening for anyone who wishes to check out one of the 80's most innovative and premiere New Wave-gone-Pop bands. Also, on the original vinyl release, when you pull out the inner sleeve, there's an extreme close up of Davis looking moody, mysterious and intensely beautiful as the title and front and back cover photos suggest. This pic is now included in the booklet of the new "Motels/Careful" reissued/remastered twofer too! Originally released in 1980, it has taken thirty years to see any remastering at all. This release is a revelation in the 5-album discography of The Motels!
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HASH(0x8db4948c) étoiles sur 5 Love this album (always did) 24 octobre 2012
Par S - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Was talking about the Motels with someone, and it brought back memories of this little-known but fantastic album. I found a seller on Amazon, and am so glad I did. Especially great: the title track "Careful," "People, Places, and Things," "Cry Baby," "Whose Problem." Not just the vocals but the musicians brought so many touches to this set. So glad I could find this out-of-print album that I loved so much - the music still sounds great after 32 years! (1980 release)
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HASH(0x8db49474) étoiles sur 5 earlier motel with clean sheets 29 octobre 2007
Par Donald C. Davis - Publié sur
Format: CD
I, like many fans, found out about this early recording after their successful albums. When I discovered this, in probaly late 1985, I was so impressed with Martha Davis and her writing, I jumped at the chance to purchase this on vinyl. Since, I have acquired on CD their two early releases. There is a haunting sound to several of the tracks that make them irresistable to the true fan. I can hardly wait for the new release, "Clean, Modern, and Reasonable."
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HASH(0x8db4993c) étoiles sur 5 Careful By The Motels 6 novembre 2003
Par Robert J Casci - Publié sur
Format: CD
Why the Hell are so many great records, like this one, unavailible on CD? I bought this on vinyl when it was new. I was already a Motels fan. This album, while a little different and less avante garde than the first, totally kicks as none the less!
It is a little less guitar oriented than the first album but the songs are unique, hook laden, and catchy. Of course, I don't have to tell you that Martha Davis voice is as beautiful and haunting as ever. If you are a fan of the Motels and have missed out on this gem, GET IT IF YOU CAN!! Why this great band didn't stay huge after their 3rd album is a mystery to me.
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