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. By September 1998 The Paradise Motel had relocated to the UK and issued their second album, Flight Paths, there. It indicated a denser production, other singles and a UK tour followed. UK magazine, Melody Maker had described them as "a deliciously unsettling proposition". Mushroom and Infectious Records had the group as their first signing to the London-based branch. 1997 (Please Keep Me Safe) (AUS). 2010 Australian Ghost Story Live EP 1 (AUS). 2010 Australian Ghost Story Live EP 2 (AUS).
Profil: The group formed in Hobart, Tasmania in the early 1990s, with Bickford, Aulich and Bailey where they played one concert, before relocating to Melbourne in 1995. In January 2008 recording began on the band's third studio album 'I Still Hear Your Voice At Night', completed at the end of 2008. Longtime violinist and co-arranger Campbell Shaw became a full-time member of the band after recording, bass guitarist Esme MacDonald joined shortly before recording as did drummer Damien Hill. In December 2008 drummer Damien Hill took his own life and the album was not released until January 29th 2011, the date Hill's daughter was born shortly after his death.
Left Over Life to Kill. Mushroom Story of the 90's, Vol. 1. Performer, Primary Artist. Australian Ghost Story. Primary Artist, Composer. I Still Hear Your Voice at Night.
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Artist: The Paradise Motel. Album: Australian Ghost Story. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: April 10, 2011 - The Paradise Motel – I Still Hear Your Voice At Night (2011).