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A year-end bonus drop for everyone listening and supporting Fiorious this year, Don't Let It Be The Last Time with Bawrut.

Another one inspired by Sade but also Al B. Sure falsetto, Neptunes crunch, and 108bpm slow house bounce.

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23 Dec 2023 - Fyr Og Flamme - Julekys

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One of the ground breaking albums of 1983, was Paul Young’s debut solo album No Parlez, which reached Number 1 in the UK Albums Chart in September. The album has a current tally of 119 weeks on the Chart and a 4x Platinum BPI Certification.

The album featured three Top 5 singles and charted in the final week of the 3-week run of ‘Wherever I Lay My Hat (That’s My Home)’, a cover of the Marvin Gaye classic, being the UK’s #1 Single.

CD Two features the key 7” Versions and Extended Mixes, as well as three further tracks, two of which did not appear on the 1983 album and one was added to the Cassette and CD formats.



CD ONE
01. Come Back And Stay
02. Love Will Tear Us Apart
03. Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home)
04. Ku Ku Kurama
05. No Parlez
06. Love Of The Common People
07. Oh Women
08. Iron Out The Rough Spots
09. Broken Man
10. Tender Trap
11. Sex

CD TWO
01. Behind Your Smile
02. I've Been Lonely For So Long
03. Iron Out The Rough Spots [7” Mix]
04. Love Of The Common People [1982 7” Mix]
05. Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) [7” Version]
06. Come Back And Stay [Single Remix Version]
07. Love Of The Common People [Remix]
08. Iron Out The Rough Spots [12” Mix]
09. Love Of The Common People [Extended Club Mix]
10. Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) [Extended Club Mix Version]
11. Sex [Extended Club Mix Version]
12. Come Back And Stay [Extended Club Mix Version]
13. Yours 5:39
14. Come Back And Stay [Scratch Mix]

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Bunny X, released Love Minus 80 (The Remixes) yesterday to compliment their sophomore LP release Love Minus 80, which came out earlier this year. 

A darker and more introspective album than their 80s retropop-leaning and John Hughes-themed debut album, Young & In Love (Aztec Records), Love Minus 80 was inspired by science fiction/fantasy novels, films and television shows including Love Minus Eighty by Will McIntosh, Neuromancer and Virtual Light by William Gibson, The Forever War by Joe Haldeman and The Expanse TV series, among others.

Love Minus 80 (The Remixes) brings Bunny X together with a number of exceptional producers in the Synthwave genre and beyond including Earmake, Cassetter, jacket., The G, Dilemma Machine, Future Analog, Grammy Award winner Tony Lake, Diamond Field and more. Each artist delivers unique interpretations of the songs contained on the original album and the result is nothing short of extraordinary.

Bunny X, founded in 2012, is an Italo Disco/Retrowave duo based in New York City. Their influences include Madonna, Depeche Mode, Pet Shop Boys, New Order, FM Attack, Timecop1983, Ken Laszlo, Sandra, Savage, Valerie Dore, Sally Shapiro and more.

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