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Poison Arrow - ABC - The Lexicon Of Love (CD, Album)


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  1. The wit and rigor of ABC’s first album make it a standard-bearer for the opulent strain of '80s pop known as New Romanticism. Crooning, whispering, or bellowing, Martin Fry is the group's suave center of gravity; Trevor Horn's vivid production on disco-pop numbers like "Poison Arrow" and "The Look of Love, Pt. 1"—full of sparkling keys, slap bass, multitracked background vocals, and.
  2. Lexicon of Love contains their biggest hit Look of Love, along with a whole host of others which will rapidly grow on you if not heard before. Other notables include Poison Arrow, Show Me, /5().
  3. " Poison Arrow " is a song by English new wave band ABC, released as the second single from their debut studio album, The Lexicon of Love ().
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 26 Vinyl release of The Lexicon Of Love on Discogs. Label: Mercury - SRM • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo 26 • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Synth-pop.
  5. "Poison Arrow" kept the blood circulating during the bitter winter of early , before third single "The Look of Love" became their biggest hit. Then came the much-anticipated album, The Lexicon.
  6. Apr 12,  · "Poison Arrow" is a New Wave single released and popularised by ABC in and also included on their debut album, The Lexicon of Love. It reached #6 on the UK singles chart, #4 in Australia.
  7. Dit was mijn 1e LP die ik kreeg toen 9 jaar was. Ik was al meteen onder de indruk van de eerste singles ''Poison arrow'' en ''The look of love''. De rest van het album bevat nog meer mooi strak gepolijste popnummers met een romantisch randje. 6 sterren!!!
  8. ABC's debut album combined the talents of the Sheffield, U.K.-based band, particularly lead singer Martin Fry, a fashion plate of a frontman with a Bryan Ferry fixation, and the inventive production style of former Buggles member Trevor Horn and his team of musicians, several of whom would go on to form the Art of Noise. Horn created dense tracks that merged synthesizer sounds, prominent beats.

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