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Postby newwavepopman » Sat Jun 18, 2005 3:49 pm

I have the two Polydor albums that they did back in 1980 and talk about rare and obscure New Wave.The first album which is self titled was the better one of the two albums.Their lead singer sounded quite alot like Elvis Costello,and their style was very similar to his also.I guess there is zero chance of either album ever to be put to CD?

I remember discovering 3D from hearing their song Telephone Number on the radio at the time,and that made me go out and buy their records.Good stuff.Anyone else remember 3D at all? Other great songs from their debut LP are the following songs.


It's No Fun
Pin Up Girl
Here Today Gone Tomorrow
Carnival
newwavepopman
The Jet Set
 
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