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Another Erasure interview about the "Loveboat" album, published on VirtueTV Web. High quality for being from year 2000.
Erasure is the seventh studio album by Erasure, released in 1995. It was produced by Thomas Fehlmann (of The Orb) and Gareth Jones. An overtly experimental and introspective album, Erasure contains eleven, mostly mid-tempo tracks that differed from their past output of shiny, three-minute pop songs. Most tracks clocked in at five minutes or more, several contained long synth interludes, and guest artists included the London Community Gospel Choir and performance artist Diamanda Galás.
Erasure had no plans to conquer America when their third full-length The Innocents hit . shores on May 24, 1988, thirty years ago today. And given their previous LP, 1987's The Circus, only peaked at No. 190 on the Billboard 200, expectations for success were low. "It was a total surprise," proclaims Vince Clarke, who left his role as a founding member of Depeche Mode to unite with Peterborough, England-born singer-songwriter Andy Bell, who answered a newspaper ad posted by the producer to land the gig.
After Erasure played the Forum in London in December 2014, members of the public travelling home from Christmas revelries on the Northern Line were serenaded first by fan Neil Francis singing 'A Little Respect' before the entire platform joined in. It was a moment at once celebratory and heartfelt, audacious and communal. It couldn't have been more Erasure. The same happened when, earlier this month they played a similarly fantastic gig at the London Roundhouse, the crowd singing joyously as the queued to leave the venue.
Kansas city concert cancelled. Happy birthday vince clarke!
The Innocents is the third studio album by Erasure, released in 1988. The Innocents became the first in a string of number-one albums by Erasure in the UK, turning double platinum with sales over 600,000.
The Erasure frontman has been busy of late, releasing a solo album, Torsten The Bareback Saint – which he performed at the Edinburgh Festival in August 2014 – and a new record with his old pal Vince Clarke, entitled The Violet Flame. He tells Classic Pop about his pursuits past and presen. orsten The Bareback Saint is a musical departure from your Erasure work. Tell us a bit about it. It was written for me by Barney Ashton and his friend, Christopher Frost.
Erasure are having a break.
The Erasure singer opens up about his forays in the punk scene, a 10-year cocaine addiction and living with HIV., 30 minutes with. Tell us about your new solo album and Edinburgh festival one-man show, both titled Torsten the Bareback Saint. 1 ) About five years ago, at the Kerrang! awards, I met playwright Barney Ashton, who mentioned that he'd written some songs and a show around a protagonist character, Torsten. I said I'd have a listen, but had no idea of how intricate or in-depth it would be.
Erasure is an English synthpop duo, consisting of singer and songwriter Andy Bell and songwriter and keyboardist Vince Clarke. They formed in London, and entered the music scene in 1985 with their debut single "Who Needs Love Like That". nu, onges-erasure-page. Apodos: Clarke/Bell, V & A.