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Schampout - The Associates - Perhaps (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Dec 04,  · 35 years after its original release comes this 2 CD digipak edition of the band’s third studio album Perhapsplus related bonus tracks. Released via Cherry Red on 31 January , the first disc features the 10 original album tracks plus four instrumentals that were included on the original cassette release of the album.
  2. 35 years after its original release comes this 2 CD digipak edition of the band’s third studio album “Perhaps” plus related bonus tracks. The Associates were leading lights of the NEW POP movement from the early ’s/5(21).
  3. Shampout This song is by The Associates and appears on the album Perhaps (). What do I do In between times Of being with you And waltzing on mines Have I overheard What I wanted to hear I'm not really sure I'm deaf in one year I'll be your ghoul For a month and a day Calendar fool It's still better this way Schampout I need the experience Schampout And in the experience .
  4. Perhaps, an Album by The Associates. Released 9 February on WEA (catalog no. WX 9 / ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Art Pop, New Wave, Synthpop. Featured peformers: Billy MacKenzie (vocals, writer), Richard Haughton (photography), Caryn Gough (layout).
  5. This double-set collects The Associates albums 'Perhaps' () and 'The Glamour Chase' (); the latter album has been languishing in vaults- never having been released. 'Perhaps' was not as great as predecessor 'Sulk'- this is due to the abscence of Alan Rankine and producer Mike Hedges/5(15).
  6. The Associates – Perhaps Label:WEA – WX9, WEA – Format:Vinyl, LP, Album Country:UK & Europe Released Genre:Electronic, Rock, Pop Style:Synth-pop. Tracklist A1 Those First Impressions A2 Waiting For The Loveboat A3 Perhaps A4 Schampout A5 Helicopter Helicopter B1 Breakfast B2 Thirteen Feelings B3 The Stranger In Your Voice.
  7. Perhaps was the third studio album by Scottish post-punk and new wave band the Associates, released on 9 February by WEA. It was the first album without founding member, keyboardist and guitarist Alan Rankine.

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