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Keychains & Snowstorms – The Soft Cell Story
Demons To Diamonds
Demons to Diamonds is the fifth and final studio album by the British rock/pop band Visage. It was released on 6 November 2015, nine months after the death of lead vocalist Steve Strange.
Laughter, Tears And Rage - The Anthology
Laughter, Tears and Rage was the sole album produced by Act - the short musical collaboration between Thomas Leer and ex-Propaganda vocalist Claudia Brücken. Originally scheduled to be titled Name Dropping: Songs for Young Sinners it was released 27 June 1988, by ZTT Records. The album was deleted by ZTT in the early 90s. It was eventually reissued on CD in 2004, as a one disc album and as a three disc box set entitled Laughter, Tears and Rage - The Anthology.
Like most ZTT releases, the LP and CD releases differed quite a lot in track listing. The LP and cassette were both released as 12 tracks, while the CD was 14. However, a number of tracks were exclusive to each format. "Short Story" and "Theme from Laughter" were LP only, while "Poison" and "Bloodrush" were issued only on CD and cassette, and "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now" and "The 3rd Planet" were CD only.
Crushed By the Wheels of Industry
Dazzle Ships (Live at the Museum of Liverpool)
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
Kissing The Pink
Life's Hard And Then You Die (Deluxe Edition)
The Velvet Trail
The Velvet Trail is the twentieth solo studio album by the British singer/songwriter Marc Almond. It was released by Strike Force Entertainment / Cherry Red Records on 9 March 2015.
The Very Best of The Associates
The Human League
Travelogue is the second full-length studio album released by British synthpop group The Human League, released in May 1980.
The Anvil is the second studio album by the British rock/pop band Visage, released in March 1982 by Polydor Records. The album reached No. 6 in the UK and was certified "Silver" by the British Phonographic Industry in April 1982. The album's name and concept came from the legendary NYC Gay after-hours club The Anvil. Famed Danceteria DJ Bill Bahlman curated the "New Wave Nights At The Anvil".
Colourbox is the only full-length studio album from Colourbox, released by 4AD in August 1985. CAD 508 is the album's catalogue number, used to distinguish it from the earlier mini-album of the same name. The first 10,000 copies of the vinyl LP came with a bonus LP MAD 509. The CD release included the first side of the bonus LP. The album was preceded by the singles "Say You" in March 1984, "Punch" in June 1984, and "The Moon Is Blue" in July 1985.
Because We Love You
Nightlife - The Collection
Our Daughter's Wedding
From The Tea-Rooms Of Mars...
From the Tea-rooms of Mars .... is the second album from Landscape and was released in 1981. The album contains the band's only UK chart hits: "Einstein A Go-Go" which reached No. 5 in April 1981 and "Norman Bates," which reached No. 40 in June of the same year.
The album was reissued in 1992 on the Mau Mau Records label. This CD also includes Landscape's first album, Landscape. The album was reissued again in 2002 on the Cherry Red Records label.
Singing The Praises Of Finer Things
Chain was Edinburgh musician Paul Haig's third album and was released in May 1989 on Circa Records, a subsidiary of Virgin Records. Chain, which Haig financed himself, was recorded and completed in 1988, but it sat on the shelf after the normally accommodating Les Disques Du Crepuscule decided not to take up the option of releasing it. The album was co-produced by long-time Haig cohort, Alan Rankine, instrumentalist with celebrated Dundee band, The Associates. There was another Associates connection on the album - the track "Chained" was written by Haig's good friend, Billy Mackenzie. Haig returned the favour and gave Mackenzie the track "Reach The Top" for his album The Glamour Chase, which after many years in limbo was finally released in 2002.
One single, "Something Good", was taken from the album, but much to Circa's disappointment, neither the single nor the album sold in great numbers.
The sleeve features a shot of Audrey Hepburn, taken by the celebrated photographer, Angus McBean in 1958.
Deleted for many years, Chain was re-released by Cherry Red Records in November 2007.
Reconnected Live is a live album by UK synthpop duo Yazoo. It was released by Mute Records on 27 September 2010 in the UK and the following day in the United States. It was released in several formats: a standard 2-CD set, a limited edition 2-CD deluxe edition containing a 32-page hardback book, and as a digital download. Reconnected Live was produced by Yazoo, recorded by Martin Hildred and mixed by Vince Clarke and Dave Loudoun.
The iTunes pre-order version features an exclusive track, the previously-unreleased "Get Set", which was originally recorded in 1983 and used as the theme to the BBC children's television show Get Set for Summer which was planned to be released as a single in that year.
Where Blue Meets Green
Martha & The Muffins
Three Black Nights of Little Black Bites
Marc and The Mambas
Set (Expanded Edition)
Set is the second studio album by English pop band Thompson Twins. Released in February 1982, it was the second album they recorded for their own T Records imprint, which was released by Arista Records/Hansa.
Compared to their first album, A Product Of..., Set featured a more polished sound, thanks to producer Steve Lillywhite. With their ever-shifting line-up, the Thompson Twins had now swelled to seven members, adding Matthew Seligman on bass guitar to free up Tom Bailey for full frontman duties and keyboards. Former sax player Jane Shorter was replaced by Alannah Currie, who was Bailey's girlfriend at the time. Three songs on the album do not feature Bailey on lead vocals, but are sung by Joe Leeway, who is also credited as writer or co-writer for five tracks. While not an official member of the band, Thomas Dolby was also on hand to play additional keyboards on three tracks.
While the album was given praise by critics, the band found themselves on the verge of yet another personnel change. The track "In the Name of Love" was written by Bailey simply as album filler, but was ultimately chosen as the lead single from the album.
Spectrum Pursuit Vehicle
Vincent Clarke & Martyn Ware
Christmas… With Love
John Foxx & The Maths
Inflight (The Extended Essentials)
A Flock Of Seagulls
Why Anything? Why This?
∑(No,12k,Lg,17Mif) New Order + Liam Gillick: So it goes.. (Live at MIF)
The Small Price Of A Bicycle (Expanded Edition) [Remastered]
The Icicle Works
Fun Boy Three
Fun Boy Three
The Fun Boy Three is the debut album by The Fun Boy Three, a band consisting of three ex-members of the UK ska band The Specials: Terry Hall, Neville Staple and Lynval Golding. It was released in 1982 by Chrysalis Records and was re-released in 1999 by EMI as Fame. Several songs on the album feature backing vocals by the female pop trio Bananarama. Three singles were released from the album: "The Lunatics", "It Ain't What You Do It's the Way That You Do It", and a remix of "The Telephone Always Rings".
Science Fiction is the debut solo studio album by English singer Tom Bailey, best known as the lead singer of pop band Thompson Twins. It was released on 13 July 2018. In addition to the standard release, a limited edition double CD hardback mediabook version of the album was released, featuring a bonus disc with seven alternative versions and remixes along with a companion book.
In a press release of the album's announcement in May 2018, Bailey commented: "I so much enjoyed playing concerts around the world over the last couple of years, that I began working behind the scenes on writing, recording and mixing the songs in this collection. I find it incredibly rewarding to be making pop music again."
Love And Dancing
League Unlimited Orchestra
If Not Now When
The Blow Monkeys
Heaven And The Sea
Spear Of Destiny
Hundreds and Thousands
Hundreds & Thousands is a remix album by Bronski Beat released in 1985.
The compilation was assembled after lead singer Jimmy Somerville's departure from the band, combining tracks from what would have been the next single with new remixes of four tracks from The Age of Consent. It was the last Bronski Beat album to feature Somerville's vocals.
The cassette and CD editions added three B-sides and an existing 12" single remix of "I Feel Love".
Climate of Fear
Deception was to be the last album released by the British new wave band The Colourfield. During the recording of the album Karl Shale left during the sessions. Terry Hall has since voiced his displeasure with the recording of the album because he did not feel he had the control of the session musicians and producers the way he needed to preserve The Colourfield’s sound.
Drowning In Berlin: The Best Of
Get The Message: The Best Of Electronic
Get the Message is a compilation album by the Johnny Marr/Bernard Sumner band Electronic, released in September 2006. It is the first career-spanning collection of the band; a 1999 Japanese compilation was cancelled just before release.
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