Album By Album: Heaven 17

Taking politics to the dancefloor, they’ve given the human league a run for their money as Sheffield’s biggest synth-pop act. By Steve Harnell Penthouse And Pavement Released 1981 Label Virgin…
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Album By Album: Sade

Shifting an astonishing 75 million albums worldwide, over the past four decades Sade have finessed their ‘quiet storm’ sound for the masses. By Steve Harnell Diamond Life Released 1984 Label…
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a-ha Hunting High and Low
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Album by Album: A-ha

Classic Pop salutes the reluctant teen idols and kings of Nordic melancholia with an in-depth look at their studio work…  Hunting High And Low Released 1985 Label Warner Bros Chart…
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Blur
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Album By Album: Blur

Led by the versatile songwriting of Damon Albarn and dynamic guitar skills of Graham Coxon, the Blur back catalogue is an embarrassment of riches. Steve Harnell takes a look at…
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Butterflies
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Album by Album: Talk Talk

Escaping from a New Romantic poster boy image not of their own making, Talk Talk ventured into evermore experimental sonic territory to pursue their uncompromising artistic vision. Steve Harnell immerses…
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