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-Tours were a short-lived [tag]punk mod[/tag] band from Poole, England. They released two singles in 1979: "[track artist=Tours]Language School[/track]" b/w "[track artist=Tours]Foreign Girls[/track]," and "[track artist=Tours]Tourist Information[/track]" b/w "[track artist=Tours]You Know[/track]." Tours two songwriters went their different ways following the band's breakup. Ronnie Mayor went on to have a short solo career, first as [artist]Da Biz[/artist], later as [artist]Ronnie Mayor[/artist]. [/artist]Richard Mazda [/artist] intially carried on working with Virgin Records recording under the name [/artist] Cosmetics [/artist]. He released one single on Virgin in 1980 "[track artist=Cosmetics]Guilt[/track]" b/w "[track artist=Cosmetics]Something Happened[/track]." Mazda then joined Miles Copeland's IRS Records as both an Artist and Record Producer. One of his best known productions from this time is "[track artist=Wall of Voodoo]Mexican Radio[/track]" b/w "[track artist=Wall of Voodoo]There's Nothing on This Side[/track]." for [/artist]Wall of Voodoo [/artist]+There is more than one band with the name Tours.
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 +1. Tours were a short-lived [tag]punk mod[/tag] band from Poole, England. They released two singles in 1979: "[track artist=Tours]Language School[/track]" b/w "[track artist=Tours]Foreign Girls[/track]," and "[track artist=Tours]Tourist Information[/track]" b/w "[track artist=Tours]You Know[/track]." Tours two songwriters went their different ways following the band's breakup. Ronnie Mayor went on to have a short solo career, first as [artist]Da Biz[/artist], later as [artist]Ronnie Mayor[/artist]. [/artist]Richard Mazda [/artist] intially carried on working with Virgin Records recording under the name [/artist] Cosmetics [/artist]. He released one single on Virgin in 1980 "[track artist=Cosmetics]Guilt[/track]" b/w "[track artist=Cosmetics]Something Happened[/track]." Mazda then joined Miles Copeland's IRS Records as both an Artist and Record Producer. One of his best known productions from this time is "[track artist=Wall of Voodoo]Mexican Radio[/track]" b/w "[track artist=Wall of Voodoo]There's Nothing on This Side[/track]." for [/artist]Wall of Voodoo [/artist]
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 +2. A Philadelphia-based chillwave artist who has released an EP entitled [album artist=Tours]Stay[/album] on [url=http://tours.bandcamp.com/album/stay]Bandcamp[/url] and via [url=http://purrtapes.tumblr.com/Releases]Purr Tapes[/url].

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There is more than one band with the name Tours. 1. Tours were a short-lived band from Poole, England. They released two singles in 1979: "Language School" b/w "FOREIGN GIRLS," and "Tourist Information" b/w "You Know." Tours two songwriters went their different ways following the band's breakup. Ronnie Mayor went on to have a short solo career, first as Da Biz, later as Ronnie Mayor. Richard Mazda intially carried on working with Virgin Records recording under the name Cosmetics . He released one single on Virgin in 1980 "Guilt" b/w "Something Happened." Mazda then joined Miles Copeland's IRS Records as both an Artist and Record Producer. One of his best known productions from this time is "Mexican Radio" b/w "There's Nothing On This Side." for Wall of Voodoo 2. A Philadelphia-based chillwave artist who has released an EP entitled Stay on Bandcamp and via Purr Tapes.