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Hold On - Martin Plaza - Women (CD)

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  1. The “Cats And Dogs” album placed at #3 in Australia and made the lower rungs of the Canadian album chart. Whereas Martin Plaza was the band’s featured lead singer, we see Reg Mombasa featured on a good dozen of these tracks; another illustration of the Mentals’ talent, as four of their members were excellent songwriters.5/5(2).
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  3. Martin Plaza (born 1 January , Sydney, New South Wales) is an Australian vocalist, guitarist and songwriter with pop/new wave band Mental As isbronmatpaddnerlucatortelesinccons.coinfo also has a solo music career as well as working with other bands and is an artist.
  4. Aug 29,  · Andy's Chest, an Album by Martin Plaza. Released in May on RCA (catalog no. ; CD)/5(6).
  5. 7" Single on 45cat: Mental As Anything - Big Wheel (Extended Mix) / Apocalypso (Wiping The Smile Off Santas Face) - CBS - Australia - BA
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  7. MARTIN PLAZA. Concrete And Clay / New Suit. Dedicated to the resurrection of the 45 & All records are cleaned and sent in a new plastic outer cover. Single recorded and released in Australia on the CBS label from year
  8. Martin and Greedy remain masters of the pop song, able to knock out wonderful melodies and make it sound so damn "easy." While there doesn't seem to be a bona fide, modern Top 40 chart hit on the album, that's only because the band is sticking to its guns and recording a Mental as Anything album and, for the first time in a decade, aren't trying to mess with the formula.
  9. The brass laden, “Don’t Tell Me Now” is first off and it’s a grabber. Written by Martin Plaza, it was strong enough to reach #36 in Australia when released as a single. Martin also wrote “Thinking Out Loud”, a song with a similar feel to his earlier “Seems Alright To Me”.5/5(1).