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Wild Life - Visage - The Anvil (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Nov 01,  · A Visage compilation, The Wild Life: The Best Of to , is due to be released next month. This set boasts a stunning front cover image and brings together, for the first time, music issued by the synthpop/new wave band under Polydor, Blitz Club and Steve Strange Collective labels for a career-spanning selection that takes us from the birth of Visage in to the final tracks recorded.
  2. Visage was a forerunner of the New Romantic wave of synth-pop bands in the 80s, forming in the late 70s. They seemingly came out of nowhere in with they almost perfect self-titled debut album, containing the monster hit “Fade to Grey”/5(19).
  3. The discography of the British new wave band Visage consists of five studio albums, six compilation albums (including an E.P.) and numerous singles. Formed in , the band released their first single "Tar" on the short-lived Radar Records label in , before signing to Polydor Records in Their second single, "Fade To Grey", was released soon afterwards and became an international hit.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of The Anvil on Discogs/5(2).
  5. Find release reviews and credits for The Wild Life: The Best of - Visage on AllMusic - Find release reviews and credits for The Wild Life: The Best of - Visage on AllMusic - Main Album The Wild Life: The Best of Release Date December 16, The Anvil. Visage. Amazon: 5: Night Train [7.
  6. The Anvil, an Album by Visage. Released 28 March on Polydor (catalog no. POLD ; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Romantic, Synthpop. Featured peformers: Steve Strange (vocals), Midge Ure (guitar, synthesizer, producer, backing vocals), Dave Formula (synthesizer), Billy Currie (electric violin, synthesizer), Rusty Egan (drums, electronic drums, backing vocals), Barry Adamson (bass), Gary.
  7. The Anvil, an Album by Visage. Released 17 March on Cherry Pop (catalog no. CR POP 6; CD). Genres: New Romantic, Synthpop.
  8. The only slightly disappointing track is "Wild Life" which feels like a bit of a filler, but even this works in its own way. "The Anvil" saw a slightly more grown-up Visage, visually represented by Mr Strange, who had ditched the new romantic pancake and clothes made by his mates for top of the range Antony Price/5(69).

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