Fashion - Fàshiön Music* - Pröduct Perfect (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Fashion - Fàshiön Music* - Pröduct Perfect (CD, Album) ”

  1. Zolorr says:
    "Stairway To Nowhere" is the long awaited follow up to 's "Product Perfect" LP from the seminal "new wave/pop/punk" band Fàshiön. The influences to later bands are everywhere. But forget nostalgia, this is an energetic collection of fresh, engaging tunes/5(7).
  2. Ararg says:
    Foundation: Fáshiön music by Fáshiön music, released 1. Sodium Pentathol Negative 2. I Don't Take Drugs, I Don't Tell Lies - 3. Killing Time (Dub Mix) 4. Steady Eddie Steady - 5. We're The Fashion - 6. Small People - 7. Bike Boys 8. The Naff All Tango 9. Killing Time - (original) This is a digitally restored version of the very.
  3. Arashikinos says:
    The band was also included in the EMI album “Bouncing Back – A Birmingham Compilation” () with several other bands including, UB40, Steel Pulse, Fashion, Steve Gibbons Band, and several other bands. The Album track was called “Forty Million”.
  4. Goltigor says:
    Find Fashion discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. This band from Birmingham, England, blended offbeat funk with an independent spirit that seemed destined to .
  5. Sadal says:
    Fashion (always spelled "Fashiøn" on their records) were a British New Wave band consisting of Dee Harris, Al 'Luke Sky' James, Alan Darby, John Mulligan, Marlon Recchi and Dik Davis. The band had two or three eras. The first, from to , was part of the underground music of the s, while punk was making their last hits in Britain, when the band, named Fàshiön Music, released.
  6. Nagal says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Product Perfect - Fashion on AllMusic -
  7. Bagor says:
    In they released the groundbreaking album Product Perfect. Their records were released on their own Fàshiön Music label, distributed by IRS/A&M Records. Product Perfect Crawls From Wreckage To Mate With CD! After 30 years with no time off for good behavior, Product Perfect has finally been released on CD.
  8. Jutaxe says:
    This album was the ultimate fusion of music styles, funky bass, digital drums played by a real drummer with real drumsticks, incredible synth programming and soulful vocals. I can listen to some 80's stuff, once or twice, but can happily leave this to repeat all day long/5(56).

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