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Marc Almond
Stardom Road

Special gold-coloured vinyl re-issue of Stardom Road, the 13th solo album from former Soft Cell frontman Marc Almond. Having not released a record in four years through recovery from a near-fatal road accident, this collection of covers - ranging from Bowie to Andy Williams - plus one original saw him revive his career. 
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Marc Almond
Hits & Pieces: The Best Of Marc Almond and Soft Cell

Here we have a vinyl version of Hits And Pieces by Marc Almond. A CD version was released in 2017. Now it’s been spread across two lovely LPs, comprehensively showcasing the singer’s best bits. His solo work,  work with Marc & The Mambas and Soft Cell plus duets with Gene Pitney and Bronski Beat all feature. Limited edition 2LP on Universal.

Soft Cell
Northern Lights / Guilty (Cos I Say You Are)

They are back back back folks: Marc Almond’s classic synth-pop concern Soft Cell, presenting their first new material since the heady days of 2002. Although apparently this is a bit of a farewell release too… Northern Lights doffs a cap to the Northern Soul sound, which had a key influence on the Cell. 7” single from Mercury.

Marc Almond

It's pretty scandalous that much of Marc Almond's work isn't out on vinyl but this is set to change with the re-issue of Variete - one of Almond's personal favourites of all his many records. Like much of Almond's work this deals with the fag end of showbusiness and incorporates tales from Almond's own life. It contains seven bonus compositions that appeared on the original CD version.  

Marc Almond
Shadows and Reflections

If anyone is perfect for singing an album of 1960's torch songs and baroque pop it's Marc Almond. He has previous in the genre (and has scored huge hits too) but here he covers some of his favourites by the likes of Burt Bacharach, The Action, The Yardbirds, Bobby Darin as well as a couple of original compositions for good measure. 

Soft Cell
Non Stop Erotic Cabaret

The first album by Soft Cell, released in 1981 to much attention. Non Stop Erotic Cabaret is a true classic of sexy synth-pop, featuring both the enormously famous ‘Tainted Love’ cover and the infamous ‘Sex Dwarf’. No self-respected synth lover can be without this album, now reissued on vinyl by Universal.

Dave Ball • Jon Savage

Dave Ball (formerly of Soft Cell) worked with Jon Savage and a wide range of synthesisers to create Photosynthesis, a sound suite inspired by nature’s power. Please note however that this music as as much about melody as it is pure texture: some parts sound quasi-orchestral. CD release on Cold Spring.
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