24 Hrs - Scarlet Fantastic

24 Hrs
Released on 29/08/11. The long overdue reissue of Scarlet Fantastic's
one and only album 24 Hrs plus bonus tracks. The album includes versions
of their 4 singles No Memory, Plug Me In, Film Star Kiss and Stay.This
17 track CD features the ten songs of the original album plus seven
bonus tracks, all sourced from much sought after 12"s; Pete Hammond's
Deconstruction Mix of No Memory, Plug Me In – Silver Surfer Connection
Mix, Film Star Kiss - Extended Mix, Rick P. Jones and Mark Freegard's
Glory Mix of Stay, Plug Me In - Percapella Mix, I Blame Thee Not
(Dichterliebe) and Silver Bullet Instrumental.The bonus tracks
are appearing on CD for the first time in the UK excluding I Blame Thee
Not(Dichterliebe). The CD booklet will feature extensive sleeve notes
and a full UK discography with many images of the original sleeves and
promotional material supplied by vocalist Maggie De Monde. Maggie De
Monde has teamed up with Martin Watkins (Marc Almond co-writer) to
produce a new album for release later this year under the banner 'Maggie
& Martin'. They have written the music for "Dirty White Boy - Tales
Of Soho' a play by Clayton Littlewood. They will be performing live as
part of this production at the Trafalgar Studios in London on July 10th,
17th and 24th.For further performance details or more information about Scarlet Fantastic, please visit the excellent website www.scarlet-fantastic.co.ukScarlet
Fantastic were formed by Maggie De Monde and Rick P. Jones, two thirds
of the early 80's band Swans Way who enjoyed a top 20 hit with Soul
Train and a respected album The Fugitive Kind in 1984.The duo
signed to Arista Records and proceeded to release five singles including
the reissue of their best selling single 'No Memory' that was a hit in
1987. Their album 24 hrs has been much requested through our website,
where we encourage people to tell us what they'd like to see reissued.
They band's creativity and originality has been increasingly recognised
and the interest levels in the band continues to grow.
Our Price: £9.95
Code: CRPOP89
Weight: 200
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Rhythm Of Resistance / No Memory / Belle Rose / Follow That Star / Hang On (To That Inspiration) / Silver Bullet / Lucky Seven / Stay / Film Star Kiss / Exterminating Angels/ Bonus Tracks - No Memory (Deconstruction Mix) / Plug Me In (Silver Surfer Connection Mix) / Plug Me In (Percapella Mix) / I Blame Thee Not (Dichterliebe) / Film Star Kiss (Extended Mix) / Stay (The Glory Mix) / Silver Bullet (Instrumental)
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