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Memorabilia - Soft Cell - At The Warehouse (CDr, Album)

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  1. Kigazilkree
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing on Discogs. Label: Mercury - ,Some Bizzare - • Format: CDr Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop.
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  2. Tagor
    Soft Cell are an English synthpop duo who came to prominence in the early s. The duo consisted of vocalist Marc Almond and instrumentalist David siwitaloctisennacitatakehe.coinfo band are primarily known for their hit version of "Tainted Love" and their platinum-selling debut album Non-Stop Erotic siwitaloctisennacitatakehe.coinfo the United Kingdom, Soft Cell had twelve top 40 hits, including "Tainted Love" .
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  3. Sharg
    Soft Cell (Artist)|David Ball (Producer)|Mike Thorne (Producer) Non-stop Erotic Cabaret CD Album Free shipping over £
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  4. Zulkizilkree
    johnny k 5th Oct i have a perfect copy of this in my vast soft cell/almond siwitaloctisennacitatakehe.coinfo actually contains a party invite from soft cell to a party at the warehouse .
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  5. Dura
    Mar 01,  · Memorabilia – The Singles is a compilation album featuring songs by the British singer/songwriter Marc Almond as a solo artist and with his partner Dave Ball as the synthpop duo Soft Cell. The album is a compilation for both Almond and Soft Cell, it was released in and reached number eight on the UK Albums Chart.5/5(16).
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  6. Tojazshura
    The album also includes updated versions of key Soft Cell album tracks, b-sides and rarities. All the remixes featured on the album have been reworked by genuine fans of the band, resulting in the respectful updating of a seminal electronic era.5/5(8).
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  7. Tasida
    The pair played early gigs at the Warehouse and the F Club run by John Keenan, who also put the band on at the Futurama 2 festival at the Queens Hall. It was there that Ball gave DJ John Peel a copy of Soft Cell’s first EP, Mutant Moments, which he then played on Radio 1. “That was a key moment,” says Ball.
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