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the railway children "reunion wilderness" 1987

With the popularity of the Smiths and New Order, British pop burst wide open with a plethora of homegrown acts, of which the Railway Children were but one. Reunion Wilderness takes that sound and adds bits and pieces of dance … Continuar a ler

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chris isaak "chris isaak" 1987

During my days as a radio programmer, a 45 by some guy I never heard of before crossed my desk. It was called “Blue Hotel.” I put it on the little turntable in my office, and listened. When it was … Continuar a ler

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the railway children "brighter" 1987

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10 000 maniacs "in my tribe" 1987

This really is an amazingly good album, filled with depth and passion and shaped by one of music’s most distinct, compelling voices (Natalie Merchant). music traveller

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the smiths "strangeways, here we come" 1987

Recorded as the relationship between Morrissey and Johnny Marr was beginning to splinter, Strangeways, Here We Come is the most carefully considered and elaborately produced album in the group’s catalog. rapidshare

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momus "the poison boyfriend" 1987

MOMUS SAYS: This album is soft, sad and feminine. Although it may seem to reflect Momus’s move to Chelsea, his love of the Belgian desperation of Jacques Brel, don’t be fooled. This record should be bracketed with all the blue … Continuar a ler

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prince "sign of the times" 1987

I have no idea what the guy who called this album “Un-genius like” is talking about. The music on this album is overflowing with genius, style, and creativity. Before this album no-one had ever used a synthesizer and Linn-Drum Computer … Continuar a ler

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