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Introducing the Hardline According to Terence Trent D'Arby

Terence Trent D'Arby

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Album Review

Introducing the Hardline According to Terence Trent d'Arby is a strong debut by this young singer, who wrote virtually every note, played a multitude of instruments, and claimed that this was the most important album since the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper. Hits included "If You Let Me Stay," "Dance Little Sister," "Sign Your Name," and the number one "Wishing Well." His first album is a curious mixture of old and new styles. Although the production is quite modern, d'Arby shows his roots in the work of older artists, borrowing a page or two from Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder, while James Brown appears to have had the strongest influence on d'Arby's stage presence.

Customer Reviews

Wishing well - single

Have always loved this song... its Funky and wow, what a sexy voice!!!!

excellent stuff

This is one of the forgotten brilliant albums out there... I bought this on cd back in the 80s and it still gets regular play, everyone asks who it is and wants a copy whenever they hear it.

Most brilliant voice

This album is easily one of the best things that came out of the 80s TTD is one of the most an underrated singers of our time

Biography

Born: 15 March 1962 in Manhattan, New York, NY

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Terence Trent d'Arby emerged in 1987 amid a storm of publicity. Claiming his debut record was the best since Sgt. Pepper, his brash arrogance captured headlines throughout the U.K., eventually winding their way back to America —...
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