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Customer Reviews

ok (ish)

Be carefull when buying this album, i was looking forward to hearing some classic tunes from my youth,but unfortunately this is an acoustic live album, no mention of that on i tunes!
Overall it's ok but if you want to listen to the old classics in all there glory buy another collection!

Mmmm

I should have read the previous review before parting with my hard earned cash. This is a live album recorded who knows where and when and as a consequence have none of the great 80's production on them. Buy "working with fire and steel" or "flaunt the imperfection" instead. For die hard fans only!!

Disappointed

I will download the same songs again. Black Man Ray didn't sound the same as I remembered it at all. This version seemed slower.

Biography

Formed: 1979 in Kirkby, Merseyside, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A bit fiery for most in the new romantic camp during the early '80s, China Crisis was inspired by similar sources but injected their pop songs with occasional political commentary and bluesy, reggae rhythms. Mostly a duo of vocalist/keyboard player Gary Daly and guitarist Eddie Lundon, the group formed in 1979 near Liverpool. The first China Crisis single, "African and White," didn't appear until 1982, but it was quickly picked up by Virgin and made the British charts. Realizing they needed a proper...
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Most Famous Hits, China Crisis
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  • £3.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: 22 February 2010

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