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Herr Pejman The80s🎼🎶🎵🎹🎸💥

Laeiszhalle Hamburg

After the release, the band went in September 1981 on the tour called Rage in Eden World Tour tour with 22 appearances in the UK, followed by several appearances on the European mainland from mid-October to December 1981. In early 1982, the tour was in the US , Canada, New Zealand and Australia continued. It ended in Japan, where on February 25, 1982, the final concert in the Nakano Sun Plaza Hall in Tokyo took place. The tour was the first on which no longer compositions of the former front man John Foxx were played and at the same time the last tour, in which the band got along without additional live musicians. #billycurrie

Ultravox’s third studio album ‘Systems of Romance’ LP originally released in 1978 and the final one with John Foxx. This is a reissue, remastered european pressing white vinyl (2016 Island Records ILPSX 9555) #billycurrie

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Herr Pejman The80s🎼🎶🎵🎹🎸💥

London, United Kingdom

The Blitz Kids were a group of people who frequented the Tuesday club-night at Blitz in Covent Garden, London in 1979-80, and are credited with launching the New Romantic subcultural movement. Steve Strange and Rusty Egan co-hosted these exclusive nights without giving them a name, according to Strange's autobiography, and publicised them solely by word of mouth. An emphasis on style was ensured by enforcing a strict dress code at the door. Crucially, the Blitz lay between two art colleges (St Martin's School and Central School) and it became a testbed for student fashion designers who set London ablaze during the 1980s. These included Stephen Jones, Kim Bowen, Fiona Dealey, Stephen Linard, David Holah, Stevie Stewart, John Galliano, Darla Jane Gilroy and more. The Blitz began making headlines thanks to its outrageous styles of clothes and make-up for both sexes, subsequently documented by Gary Kemp in his 2009 first-person book, I Know This Much, and by Graham Smith and Chris Sullivan in their 2011 book We Can Be Heroes: London Clubland 1976-1984. #billycurrie

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“And those who sneer will fade and die. And those who laugh will surely fall. And those who know will always feel their backs against the thin wall” (quote from ‘The Thin Wall’) 🎤Ultravox 🎵Rage In Eden 🎬1981/09/11 🔘12” vinyl lp (original release) + limited edition 12” white vinyl lp & 7” white vinyl single (2015 re-issue) #billycurrie

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