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Could have been so much more

Strawberry Switchblade are one of those 1 hit wonder bands who had a great many pop classics but no one could get beyond the polka dots. Apart from the main hit "Since yesterday" which is pure pop they had 3 wonderful melancholic fragile songs that can be played again and again.- "Trees and flowers"- "Being cold"- and GO away.MIchael who walks by night will stay with you during the day. There is enough filler to stop it being fully greta and to miss of "Sunday morning"- a fabulous version from an early 12" B side is just wrong.

Awesome and Perfect

Come back ladies for one more time...
This is one of the MOST perfect albums made!


Formed: Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s

From the ominous shadows of goth suddenly appeared two young girls in polka-dot dresses, flaming red lipstick, and hair ribbons. Looking like the brides of Robert Smith, Strawberry Switchblade made a brief splash on the U.K. charts and then abruptly vanished in the mid-‘80s, leaving their fans with a handful of collectible singles and one LP of deceptively sweet-sounding dance-pop. The duo of Rose McDowall and Jill Bryson first met in 1977 in Glasgow, Scotland, united by their love for punk and new...
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