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Gender Benders/ New Romantic Scene

Postby StevensVox » Fri Feb 16, 2007 6:34 am

I have been looking for this BBC Interview forever. It is called Gender Benders. I can find it on EBay, but only in Pal format (you know what that is like). I recently found the interview broken out in 5 - 10 minute clips on YouTube (link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_-pR9fowzE)
If you were into or remember the New Romantic Scene from the 80's, you will probably really enjoy it. It goes into the history of the New Romantic Scene in the UK around the early eighties. featured are clips from Steve Strange (Visage), Boy George, Marilyn, Marc Almond, members of Spandau Ballet, and much more. What the scene was about in their own words, and where they are now. Granted, it is kinda scary to see those 'icons' and what shape they are in now.
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