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    & it's late november always, these days...

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    hard to believe there was a time when this made it to #4 on the charts, did the average person realize the darkness beneath the glossy synth pop?


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    I've always felt bad for Dr. Worm in this. Just give him a chance! Thankfully they do by the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo View Post
    hard to believe there was a time when this made it to #4 on the charts, did the average person realize the darkness beneath the glossy synth pop?
    while the us had dynasty and dallas, britain had eastenders and brookside. jaunty despair is standard.

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    hence 35 years of pet shop boys charttoppers.

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    i was actually going to mention the psbs, surprised to see they had 5 billboard top ten hits

    that soft cell is a tune tho. got me listening to the other stuff off non-stop erotic cabaret this afternoon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo View Post
    hard to believe there was a time when this made it to #4 on the charts, did the average person realize the darkness beneath the glossy synth pop?

    Good choice, what an album!


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    love psb too but find them much more chart-y and polished

    soft cell is tin-pot synthpop, plinky, terse, tawdry

    great very gnomic songwriting, presenting you straight off with a biting critique of everything they simultaneously revel in and celebrate

    a fav deep cut, bit ott grand-guignol despair but think of it as a sort of unlikely collision b/w hi-nrg disco and jaques brel which is...cool


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    while we're at it...


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    for some reason that other bedsitter vid stopped working for me, here's another link


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    also, it was the short (3:30) version that made it to #4 in the charts, not this extended version.

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    I almost went mad last night and posted 'Hold My Body Tight' by East 17 so Craner could confirm that it was (dodgy rap aside) the greatest British RNB tune other than 'Return of the Mack'.

    Now this is the sort of thing I'd usually frown on, but since this is my thread and you're all my sons in this...



    Lovely bitta gawidge fa ya all
    Αι ψυχαί οσμώνται καθ΄ Άιδην.

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    deleted my 2 tb of music only a flac copy of this song remains. sorry no more jazz jams lads.

    perfection. the most accomplished composition in the world ever ever.

    British gospel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post
    I almost went mad last night and posted 'Hold My Body Tight' by East 17 so Craner could confirm that it was (dodgy rap aside) the greatest British RNB tune other than 'Return of the Mack'.

    Now this is the sort of thing I'd usually frown on, but since this is my thread and you're all my sons in this...



    Lovely bitta gawidge fa ya all
    I used to find East 17 absolutely hysterical.

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