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Baby Doll - Soft Cell - The Art Of Falling Apart (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. Buy The Art Of Falling Apart [Bonus 12" Edition] (LP) by Soft Cell (LP $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  2. Apr 26,  · referencing The Art Of Falling Apart, LP, Album + 12", Single + Ltd, BIZL3, APART12 Awesome album, right up there with Soft Cell's best material. Special mention has to go to Baby Doll, though. I've heard most of Soft Cell's material, and not much compares to the depravity, filth & horror that this song provides/5().
  3. Live is a live album by Soft ennaconfabadvadispilenmeahunbo.xyzinfo album was released on 7 October and was recorded throughout Spring in Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, London and Brussels during the group's tour in support of the album Cruelty Without Beauty.. Live was reissued on 27 June with the title Say Hello, Wave Goodbye: Live on the Music Club label (MCCD).). This edition featured completely .
  4. The Art Of Falling Apart is the second full length album by Soft Cell reaching number 5 on the UK charts. This reissue features the epic Martin (based on the obscure George Romero psycho/vampires movie) on a bonus 12 just like the original release. Issued on black vinyl 1LP + bonus 12 (one track each side).Seller Rating: % positive.
  5. The Art of Falling Apart, an Album by Soft Cell. Released in January on Some Bizzare (catalog no. BIZL 3 / APART 12; Vinyl LP). Genres: Synthpop, New Wave.
  6. The Art of Falling Apart is the second full-length album released in by Soft Cell, a pioneering synthpop/ new wave duo which featured Marc Almond singing and David Ball playing synthesizers. The album reached #5 on the UK charts upon release, although its two singles "Where the Heart Is" and "Numbers" both failed to reach the Top
  7. Mar 09,  · Baby doll is on her trapeze Wearing the smile that she never sees Thinking of dollar as she tries to tease Time to play Sheba on a wooden stage Taking off the clothes that are grimy with age.
  8. And then, there are the songs Heat, Baby Doll, The Art of Falling Apart, and Martin. I'd consider these songs to be a bit darker in tone than the rest of the album and the two previous albums. They sound like they would've fit in well on Soft Cell's next album, This Last Night in Sodom/5(48).

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