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Second Helpings - The Best Of Blancmange

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up the bloody tree

i can,t understand why they had to change that lyric.to up the cuckoo tree.anyway as i was saying.brilliant band.great songs.please include the videos.make us happy.

Most underated synth pop band ever!

This album is a must for any serious 80's synth music fan.Obviously the early songs are the best. My personal favourites are Feel Me, Living On The Ceiling and Waves (I defy you not to be impressed with the atmospherics and textures of this song - sounds poncey but it's true!). Their version of The Day Before You Came is better than ABBA's in my opinion. However I think the game was up on their third album as I can't stomach What's Your Problem. So download the first 10 songs and forget the last 2!

waves of desire

"Waves" is one of my all time favourite pop tunes. The rest of this album sounds a bit dated now- but still cheerful and evocative.

Biography

Formed: January, 1979 in London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '80s, '10s

Taking their name from a type of cooked pudding, the electronic duo Blancmange interlaced the arty, exotic dance rhythms of Talking Heads with the quirky melodrama of early-'80s British synth pop. Consisting of Neil Arthur (vocals, guitar) and Stephen Luscombe (keyboards), Blancmange formed in London, England, in the late '70s. Originally called L360, Blancmange received immediate recognition when they sent the song "Sad Day" to DJ Stevo, who added it to a compilation LP of then-unsigned new wave...
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