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8 thoughts on “ Untitled - Erasure - The Interview (CD)

  1. The album finishes with the excellent but somewhat downbeat A Long Goodbye, and given that Erasure have yet to come back to the experimentation of this album, it feels even more apt. This is without doubt one of Erasure's best releases and if push came to shove I /5(75).
  2. May 24,  · Erasure had no plans to conquer America when their third full-length The Innocents hit U.S. shores on May 24, And given their previous LP, 's The Circus, only peaked at on the.
  3. Mar 24,  · Box set news + Vince Clarke interview! Last year’s Erasure career-spanning box set, From Moscow to Mars was exclusive to PledgeMusic and the band’s Lexer Music store. It sold out on both and hasn’t resurfaced at a sensible price, until now The disc anthology is ‘released’ today in America and can be ordered from Amazon USA for £ or around £
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Pop! 20 Hits - The Interview on Discogs/5(3).
  5. Erasure will release in new hits collection, Always – The Very Best of Erasure, next month that will be come in one-disc and three-CD configurations. Disc one is a fairly straightforward track ‘best of’, with Sometimes at the end. If you opt for the three-disc version it comes in special hardcover book packaging and adds two CDs of new and ‘classic’ remixes.
  6. The Circus is the second studio album by Erasure, released on 30 March by Mute Records in Germany and the UK and 7 July by Sire Records in the USA. It was Erasure's second consecutive album to be produced by Flood. The Circus became the duo's breakthrough in the UK, spawning four hit singles and reaching number six.
  7. Erasure interviewed by Mark Goodier 12/8/ Only the answers are recorded on the CD. Both the questions and answers are printed in the booklet/5(5).
  8. Jun 07,  · This week sees the release of Non-Stop, the dancefloor-ready second solo album from Erasure frontman Andy Bell — but in some ways, it’s actually the singer’s third, after his record label forced him to scrap a Stephen Hague-produced effort that “sounded too much like Erasure.”. Bell spoke to Slicing Up Eyeballs last week about the evolution of Non-Stop — the .

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