During the Ten Commandments Of Rock ‘N’ Roll Commandment Eight – Do Not Commit Adultery – The Cheater Atomicat (ACCD057) its the my head hurts stage of breakdown “Questions of why it is over are pointless when the soon to be former partner has found somebody new.” Commandment Eight – Do Not Commit Adultery – The Cheater Atomicat (ACCD057) during this saga finds one side is adhering to rules of life, but something is not quite correct, you begin to question loyalty. Lou Josie and The Spinners query is, Why Did You Leave Me, and Wynona Carr sings the full of venom retort, I’m Mad At You, some people are more secretive and Roy Rector when returning home, Heard The Back Door Slam, he turned around and went to the local bar and told his story to Joe Boot whose reply was simple That’s Tough. The reason for the split is explained by Jackie Wilson, there are so Cute Little Girls, however Barbara Lynn was wise and closed the door first saying, no more will I be a Second Fiddle Girl. All your friends know what has been going on and Baby, You’ve Had It (Joyce Paul) with The Cheater (Bobby De Soto). With Atomicat philosophy of “killer, no filler” you can party until The End! You are listening to music from the past with a remastered sound that will shake the speakers.

01 Charles Glass with Orchestra Screamin’ And Dyin’ (And Rollin’ On The Floor) (Allison, Shipman, Glass) Magnet 1953

02 Larry Phillipson and The Larry Lee Trio Bitter Feelings (Phillipson) Clinch 1959

03 Vince Riccio (Marie, Michele, Nanette) I Still Love You All (Glanzberg, Raye, Contet) Bel Air 1961

04 Joyce Paul Baby, You’ve Had It (Potter) Dot 1958

05 Bobby De Soto The Cheater (De Soto) Claro 1959

06 Del Shannon Marie’s The Name Of His Last Flame (Pomus, Shuman) Big Top 1961

07 Jerry Jaye How Could You Lose Your Trust In Me (Jaye) Stepheny 1958

08 Little Caesar with Eddie Beal Orch. Who Slammed The Door (Franklin, Beal) RCA 1958

09 Little Mummy Oh Baby Please (Gauthraux)Federal 1960

10 Lou Josie and The Spinners Why Did You Leave Me (Josie) Argo 1958

11 The Checkers Can’t Find My Sadie (Davis, Pauling) King 1954

12 Rita Zell I Don’t Understand You No More (Sanders) J&S 1960

13 Wilbert Harrison Cheatin’ Baby (Robinson, Harrison) Fury 1959

14 Roy Rector Heard The Back Door Slam (Rector) Fortune 1957

15 Lefty Frizzell Farther Than My Eyes Can See (Hart) Columbia 1959

16 The Fabulous Silver Tones Hey Sally Mae (Calkins) West Coast 1962

17 Wynona Carr I’m Mad At You (Christy) Specialty 1958

18 Ray Charles Bye Bye Love (F&B Bryant) ABC 1962

19 The Cadillacs Jessie Powell Orch. Don’t Be Mad With My Heart (Navarro) Josie 1957

20 Brenda Lee Here Comes That Feelin (Self) Decca 1962

21 Bob Vidone and The Rhythm Rockers Untrue (Vidone) Sentry 1959

22 Betty Amos Cheater Cheater (H & L Buttram) Mercury 1955

23 Jackie Wilson ? (So Many) Cute Little Girls (Woods, Wilson) Coral 1961

24 Glen Owens Got A Right To Cry (Owens) Rocket 1958

25 Percy Welch and His House Rockers Back Door Man (Welch) Fran 1957

26 Denni Alan and The Dukes Turn-A-Bout Date (Alan, Clement) Academy 1959

27 Dion (I Was) Born To Cry (DiMucci) Laurie 1962

28 Joe Boot and The Fabulous Winds That’s Tough (Boot, Standifer) Celestial

29 Barbara Lynn Second Fiddle Girl (Ozen) Jamie 1962

30 Dave Rich Our Last Night Together (Rich) RCA Victor 1957

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