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Anne Clark - True Love Tales Album

Tracklist

1True Love Tales4:48
2Poem For A Nuclear Romance2:45

Credits

  • Composed By, Performer [Played The Accompanying Music], Music ByDavid Harrow
  • Lacquer Cut ByPorky
  • Words By [Poems]Anne Clark

Notes

The lyrics of both titles are printed on back sleeve.
Side-B track duration not indicated anywhere on the release.

[Back sleeve]
℗ & © Ink Records 1986
P.O. Box 927, London W3 6YB
Ink is a division of Red Flame.
Distributed by Nine Mile and The Cartel

[Labels]
Red Flame Music/Virgin Music Ltd.
℗ & © Ink Records 1986

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): MPO INK 12-18 A1 A PORKY PRIME CUT. THIS IS THE LAST IN THE LINE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): MPO INK 12-18 B1

Companies

  • Distributed By – Nine Mile
  • Distributed By – The Cartel
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ink Records
  • Copyright (c) – Ink Records
  • Record Company – Red Flame
  • Published By – Red Flame Music
  • Published By – Virgin Music Ltd.
  • Pressed By – MPO

Video

Anne Clark - True Love Tales Album

Performer: Anne Clark

Title: True Love Tales

Country: UK

Release date: 1986

Label: Ink Records

Style: Downtempo, Synth-pop

Catalog: INK 1218

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 2241 mb

Size FLAC: 1742 mb

Rating: 4.1 / 5

Votes: 078

Record source: Vinyl, 12", Single, 45 RPM

Related to Anne Clark - True Love Tales

Watikalate
The slow eerie futurist techno music and mod 80's poetic voice of England's Anne Clark made the B-side "Poem for a Nuclear Romance" an impossible-to-find classic is that was played late at night during the mid-to-late Eighties in dark foggy ultra-cool "underground" new wave or "techno 2000" dance clubs where everyone wore black. It's gothic techno if there ever was such a thing (like Depeche Mode's "Black Celebration" or "Performance" by Tones on Tail).

The nightmare nuclear-disaster lyrics about an impossible love affaire are forever memorable, printed on the back of her pink 12" or within her Trilogy compilation CD:
"What will it matter then when the sky's not blue but blazing red... When all our dreams lay deformed and dead, we'll be two radioactive dancers spinning in different directions, and my love for you will be reduced to powder. The screams will perform louder and louder. Your marble flesh will soon be raw and burning. And kissing will reduce my lips to a pulp..."

This short song represents two images of the 1980s: Fear of nuclear holocaust and the growth of futuristic electronic music from England and other Nordic nations. Nearly 20 years later progressive electronic music is a global phenomena sold at the smallest record shops to Amazon.com and Virgin Megastores, and we still worry about nuclear holocaust, but this time not from the Russians but instead from terrorists.
Watikalate
The slow eerie futurist techno music and mod 80's poetic voice of England's Anne Clark made the B-side "Poem for a Nuclear Romance" an impossible-to-find classic is that was played late at night during the mid-to-late Eighties in dark foggy ultra-cool "underground" new wave or "techno 2000" dance clubs where everyone wore black. It's gothic techno if there ever was such a thing (like Depeche Mode's "Black Celebration" or "Performance" by Tones on Tail).

The nightmare nuclear-disaster lyrics about an impossible love affaire are forever memorable, printed on the back of her pink 12" or within her Trilogy compilation CD:
"What will it matter then when the sky's not blue but blazing red... When all our dreams lay deformed and dead, we'll be two radioactive dancers spinning in different directions, and my love for you will be reduced to powder. The screams will perform louder and louder. Your marble flesh will soon be raw and burning. And kissing will reduce my lips to a pulp..."

This short song represents two images of the 1980s: Fear of nuclear holocaust and the growth of futuristic electronic music from England and other Nordic nations. Nearly 20 years later progressive electronic music is a global phenomena sold at the smallest record shops to Amazon.com and Virgin Megastores, and we still worry about nuclear holocaust, but this time not from the Russians but instead from terrorists.