Debut album reissue on colored vinyl
One of new wave's most iconic voices!
Featuring "He Could Be The One" and "Johnny, Are You Queer?"
"This record changed everything for me," says infamous pop icon Josie Cotton about her debut album Convertible Music which is being reissued as a limited edition colored vinyl.
Originally released in 1982 by Elektra Records, Convertible Music kicked off a storied and perennial career of one of New Wave's most iconic voices. Famously featured in the seminal 1983 film Valley Girl (the second feature by director Martha Coolidge that starred Deborah Foreman, E.J. Daily and was the leading man debut of Nicolas Cage), Josie performed at the prom her two breakthrough singles from this album "He Could Be The One" and the controversial and often misunderstood "Johnny, Are You Queer?"
|1. He Could Be The One|
|2. Rockin' Love|
|3. Waitin' For Your Love|
|4. So Close|
|5. I Need The Night, Tonight|
|6. (Let’s Do) The Blackout [bonus track]|
|1. Johnny, Are You Queer?|
|2. Systematic Way|
|3. Another Girl|
|4. Bye Bye Baby|
|5. No Pictures Of Dad|
|6. Tell Him|