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180gm audiophile vinyl LP pressing. In 1980, The Doobie Brothers issued One Step Closer, their ninth full-length album and - as it turned out - the last studio effort they'd release before disbanding for more than half a decade. The album sold well (hitting #3 on the Billboard Top 200 on it's way to a platinum certification) thanks to the two hit singles "Real Love" (#5) and title track " One Step Closer" (top-40) not to mention the minor hit "Keep This Train A-Rollin'." As a gift to the fans, the band proceeded to embark on a farewell tour before finally calling it quits after their performance at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, California on September 11, 1982. If you've ever been a fan of the music Michael McDonald helped shape during his tenure with the Doobies.
180gm audiophile vinyl LP pressing. In 1980, The Doobie Brothers issued One Step Closer, their ninth full-length album and - as it turned out - the last studio effort they'd release before disbanding for more than half a decade. The album sold well (hitting #3 on the Billboard Top 200 on it's way to a platinum certification) thanks to the two hit singles "Real Love" (#5) and title track " One Step Closer" (top-40) not to mention the minor hit "Keep This Train A-Rollin'." As a gift to the fans, the band proceeded to embark on a farewell tour before finally calling it quits after their performance at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, California on September 11, 1982. If you've ever been a fan of the music Michael McDonald helped shape during his tenure with the Doobies.
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One Step Closer (Gate) [Limited Edition] [180 Gram] (Aniv)
Artist: The Doobie Brothers
Format: Vinyl
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180gm audiophile vinyl LP pressing. In 1980, The Doobie Brothers issued One Step Closer, their ninth full-length album and - as it turned out - the last studio effort they'd release before disbanding for more than half a decade. The album sold well (hitting #3 on the Billboard Top 200 on it's way to a platinum certification) thanks to the two hit singles "Real Love" (#5) and title track " One Step Closer" (top-40) not to mention the minor hit "Keep This Train A-Rollin'." As a gift to the fans, the band proceeded to embark on a farewell tour before finally calling it quits after their performance at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, California on September 11, 1982. If you've ever been a fan of the music Michael McDonald helped shape during his tenure with the Doobies.
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