Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
After the Dissolution of Yazoo (With Alison Moyet), Vince Clarke Sought Another Singer to Give Voice to his Electronic Creations. He Hooked Up with Former Undertone Feargal Sharkey (And Producer Eric Radcliffe and Guitaris... more »
After the Dissolution of Yazoo (With Alison Moyet), Vince Clarke Sought Another Singer to Give Voice to his Electronic Creations. He Hooked Up with Former Undertone Feargal Sharkey (And Producer Eric Radcliffe and Guitarist "Clem" Clemson) and Produced These Two Sides. The Single Hit the Top of the Charts in the U.k., But Failed to Muster a Notice in the USA Soon after It's Release, Sharkey Recorded a Solo Album and Clarke Joined with Andy Bell to Form Erasure. In the Ensuing Years, Clarke Discologists Continally Come Back to this Single to Fill in the Puzzle Pieces of his Entire Recording Career.
Just great !
firstname.lastname@example.org | Vilnius , Lithuania | 04/20/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you are over thirthy , you should remember single " Never Never " made by The Assembly in 1983. It was ( and still is for me )great hit . Hit made by ex Depeche Mode and ex Yazoo member Vince Clarke and performed with invited singer Feargal Sharkey had a hudge success in summer of 1983 . Another one thing on CD single is instrumental " Stop/start " , performed by true members of Assembly - V.Clarke and E.C. Radcliffe , is good , but it don't compare with " Never never ". You should choice U.S. single version just for one simple reason - extended version Never never with sad Clem Clempson guitar intro . The price ? It doesn't matter if you are looking for this for seventeen years !!!"