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Vicious Pink is the first and only studio album by the English new wave duo Vicious Pink, released in 1986. The album was unsuccessful, despite the singles "Cccan't You See" and "Fetish"/"Spooky" reaching No. 67 and No. 87 on the UK Singles Chart, respectively. Cccan't You See" -3:25 (Brian Moss, Josie Warden). The Spaceship is Over There" 4:19 (Moss, Warden). Blue" (Love Mix) -3:17 (Moss, Warden). Fetish" -3:18 (Moss, Warden).
Fetish Album Cover Art. Vicious Pink. 12" Vinyl 1. 1. Fetish (Extented version). 2. Spooky (7" version).
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Vicious Pink - Fetish. Vicious Pink - 'Spooky'. B side (or alternative A side) of the 12" of 'Fetish'. Another Tony Mansfield production. And you can download the album in one file to your computer or tablet or phone. Attention! All audio material is presented solely for information.
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Their lone album was really a collection of singles and they only played one gig ever (1984 at the Ritz in NYC) but Vicious Pink holds a special place in many synth pop fans' hearts. based duo - instrumentalist Brian Moss and vocalist Josephine Warden - first started releasing 12"'s in 1982, sometimes as Vicious Pink Phenomena. Their combination of fluffy Euro-dance and spacey new wave failed to attract much attention until 1984's bubbly and stuttering single "Cccan't You See" was released. 1985's "Fetish" became another club hit, getting extra exposure on the HBO series Real Sex. By 1986 Moss and Warden had stopped the project but singles kept coming out with new remixes, often featuring former B-sides as A-sides. Parlophone released a self-titled full-length in 1986 in Canada, but pressings were always limited and hard to find.
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Written-By – B. Moss*, J. Warden*
|PINK 1||Vicious Pink||Fetish / Spooky (7")||Parlophone||PINK 1||UK||1985|
|V56003||Vicious Pink||Fetish (12", Single)||Manhattan Records||V56003||US||1985|
|EMI 936||Vicious Pink||Fetish / Spooky (7")||Parlophone||EMI 936||New Zealand||1985|
|12PINK 1||Vicious Pink||Fetish / Spooky (12", Single)||Parlophone||12PINK 1||UK||1985|
|1C K 052-20 0564 6||Vicious Pink||Fetish / Spooky (12", Maxi)||Parlophone||1C K 052-20 0564 6||Germany||1985|