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Untitled - Erasure - The Interview (CD)

Posted on 12.10.2019 by Gatilar
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8 Responses to Untitled - Erasure - The Interview (CD)

  1. Morr says:
    The irony of giving this release the title "Erasure" when it was without doubt their most un-Erasure like album surely can't be lost on their many fans. The albums that came before and after Erasure contained classic pop music structures in which most of the songs didn't exceed the 3 or 4 minute mark/5(75).
  2. Brall says:
    Nov 25,  · Erasure review – every note infused with lovelorn drama 4 / 5 stars 4 out of 5 stars. Brighton Centre Andy Bell’s absolute belief in the duo’s music – with its sex-on-the-dancefloor peaks.
  3. Dale says:
    Erasure are delighted to confirm that they are to release a brand new live album, ‘World Be Live’, in June. The album was recorded across the band’s recent London shows at the Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith and completes the trilogy of album releases around the ‘World Be Gone’ project which started with ’s ‘World be Gone’ album and continued with the orchestral re-imagining.
  4. Nikokree says:
    Dec 18,  · Interviews: Interview: Erasure's Vince Clarke. He has warm words for Gore’s recent solo record, as well as the new album Chill Out, World by The taukreeishnwynnirin.xyzinfo also has clear affection words for the band’s relationship with Mute, a constant through their 30 years, though is struck by a realisation.
  5. Mulrajas says:
    send a birthday message to erasure’s vince clarke It will be Vince Clarke's birthday on July 3rd and we're collecting birthday greetings to send him on the big day. If you would like to send him your birthday wishes then you can do so using the form below.
  6. Dihn says:
    An early track record of releasing one glistening single after another made Erasure's first compilation, Erasure Pop!: The First 20 Hits, a no-brainer to compile, but what to do with the duo's spotty later years? Hits! The Very Best of Erasure puts the old hits with the new ones, adds some rarities and remixes, and keeps with Pop!'s chronological structure.
  7. Malat says:
    Erasure: Always, The Very Best Of box set review – overlooked synth-pop masters 4 out of 5 stars. Two discs of hit-and-miss remixes accompany Erasure’s untouchable greatest hits on this new.
  8. Meztile says:
    CD1: Oh L`Amour Sometimes Victim Of Love Ship Of Fools Chains Of Love A Little Respect Stop! Blue Sa.

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