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Diamonds and Emeralds

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Album Review

Diamonds and Emeralds is a long-overdue retrospective of Care's sadly brief career; compared to the vast majority of their synth-pop peers, the duo was the very essence of understatement, with Paul Simpson's relaxed vocals perfectly complementing Ian Broudie's simple yet engaging electronic sound. In addition to their lone hit, "Flaming Sword," athe collection also includes their debut single "My Boyish Days," as well as "Cymophane" and "An Evening in the Ray."

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s

By the time an album was released from the British duo Care, the group had been defunct for more than a decade. Care formed in Liverpool, England, in 1983. Featuring singer Paul Simpson (ex-keyboardist for the Teardrop Explodes) and guitarist Ian Broudie (of Big in Japan and Original Mirrors), Care blended Simpson's enchanting, heartbroken vocals and pensive lyrics with Broudie's shimmery riffs and gleaming synthesizers. Care's first single, "My Boyish Days," introduced the band's new wave style:...
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Alternative, New Wave
  • Released: 23 June 1997

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