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Belinda Jo Carlisle (born August 17, 1958) is an American singer and songwriter.
Soon after leaving the Germs, she co-founded The Go-Go's (originally named the Misfits), with friends and fellow musicians Margot Olavarria, Elissa Bello, and Jane Wiedlin.
The second single from the album was the Diane Warren-penned "I Get Weak", which peaked at No. Carlisle's follow-up to the success of Heaven on Earth was Runaway Horses, released on October 23, 1989.
The album hit the Top 5 in both Australia and the UK, certified double platinum in Australia and platinum in the UK and in Canada.
Olavarria and Bello were soon out of the group and the new line-up included bassist-turned-guitarist Charlotte Caffey, guitarist-turned-bassist Kathy Valentine, and drummer Gina Schock.
All five women were largely untrained musicians, and Carlisle recalls having to use tape as fret markers during their initial songwriting: "[Charlotte] had to show us how to plug in our amps," she said.