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The Communards' sophomore album 'Red', originally released in 1987, consolidated the genius of the musical partnership between Bronski Beat singer Jimmy Somerville and pianist Richard Coles. Fusing synths and hi-NRG production with lush string and horn arrangements, The Communards straddled pop and the political, the album's themes set against the political unrest and moral panic of late 80s Britain. A global smash upon it's release, this remastered and expanded 35th Anniversary Edition features a selection of B-side's and previously unheard remixes
The Communards' sophomore album 'Red', originally released in 1987, consolidated the genius of the musical partnership between Bronski Beat singer Jimmy Somerville and pianist Richard Coles. Fusing synths and hi-NRG production with lush string and horn arrangements, The Communards straddled pop and the political, the album's themes set against the political unrest and moral panic of late 80s Britain. A global smash upon it's release, this remastered and expanded 35th Anniversary Edition features a selection of B-side's and previously unheard remixes
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Red
Artist: The Communards
Format: Vinyl
New: in stock $53.98
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The Communards' sophomore album 'Red', originally released in 1987, consolidated the genius of the musical partnership between Bronski Beat singer Jimmy Somerville and pianist Richard Coles. Fusing synths and hi-NRG production with lush string and horn arrangements, The Communards straddled pop and the political, the album's themes set against the political unrest and moral panic of late 80s Britain. A global smash upon it's release, this remastered and expanded 35th Anniversary Edition features a selection of B-side's and previously unheard remixes
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