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Cupid & Psyche 85

Scritti Politti

1985

Cupid & Psyche 85
Album Summary

Cupid & Psyche 85 is the second studio album by British pop band Scritti Politti, released in the UK on 10 June 1985 by Virgin Records. The release continued frontman Green Gartside's embrace of commercial pop music stylings and state-of-the-art studio production, while its lyrics reflect his preoccupation with issues of language and politics. It remains the band's most successful studio album, peaking at number five on the UK Albums Chart, and was certified gold by the BPI for 100,000 copies sold. The album contained five singles, three of which were top 20 hits in the UK. The single "Perfect Way" became a surprise hit in the US, peaking at number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 in a 25-week run on the chart.

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Sat May 20 2023
5

Scritti Politti performed at my nan's 70th birthday party. They hopped on stage and began sucking eachother's dicks like their lives depended on it. My nan couldn't mask her disgust and stormed out. The rest of us enjoyed the rest of the show and later ate sausage rolls and had chats about our latest diets and the podcasts we were currently enjoying. Nan was found dead, hanging from a tree in the woods outside. The funeral was a sad occasion and we all consoled ourselves by hiring Scritti Politti to perform, where they proceeded to suck eachother off once again, this time on top.of her stupid coffin.

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Fri Apr 14 2023
1

Three words will make my blood run cold now: 80s British pop. Getting that out of the way, I don’t really understand why I needed to hear this before I slip the mortal coil. I’m happy for Mr. Gartside’s success in the 80s, but this is just like Wham! without George Michael. It was fine at the time, but feels redundant in this small list of albums to hear before I hear no more.

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Thu May 04 2023
2

Pretty good mid-80's fare. It's not bad to listen to, but every track is just the same template. They had the one hit, but didn't do anything to standout from all the other similar bands of the time.

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Thu Apr 20 2023
4

4.1 - Around the 2010's I was listening to lots of bands like Oneohtrix Point Never, Com Truise, Haim... that incorporated 1980's synth sounds. To me, this Scritti Politti record, which I'd never heard before, surpasses most of that 80's revivalism, providing the very source material for its imitators. All of the tricks and tropes are on here, and SP weave this smattering of elements artfully. It's an impressive album-length timepiece of swirly and colorful bubble gum.

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Fri Apr 14 2023
1

This is a mistake, right? There are a total of four reviews for this thing (3 one star reviews and one generous 2). Was there suddenly a massive revisionist history on this album that suggested it suddenly and immediately get added to the list? I'll give it this much: Perfect Way is a pleasant little pop song. For 1985. And one that '80's stations can't even bother to dust off now and then. Everything else sounds like it soundtracks an awful '80's movie like Zapped or Short Circuit.

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Sat Dec 02 2023
5

10/10 I want Patrick Bateman to mansplain this album to me

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Fri Nov 24 2023
4

I will admit upfront, I am quite fond of Scritti Politti by way of osmosis - my neighbour had their pictures on the wall. cut from Smash Hits, and they were fairly regular contributors to my beloved Now! compilations and similar. To those who think this sounds dated and cheesy, I can assure you it sounded that way *at the time*! I think Green et al. deliberately took the '80s sound to its extreme, creating a fey vocal and production style that made contemporary Prefab Sprout sound like Motorhead in comparison. They had quite a varied history - starting out quirkier and more abrasive than fellow post-punkers like Gang of Four and Wire (yes, really), then turning to pop (original version of Madness' "Sweetest Girl", followed by two uber-shiny hit albums including this one) and later working with Shabba Ranks and Mos Def (yes, really!). I doubt Provision is on this list, but from it you should check out "Oh, Patti", the apotheosis of this sound also featuring Miles Davis (again, yes really!). Love it or hate it, you have to admit that at least "Perfect Way" and "Wood Beez" are great pop tunes (the latter produced by the arranger of the original Aretha number referenced; once again: yes, really!). Maybe Dirty Projectors are the closest modern equivalent, similarly skilled in pop music and production style from a warmly-academic perspective. Generous 4, loved hearing it again

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Thu Aug 31 2023
5

The Word Girl- 4.7/5 Small Talk- 4.8/5 Absolute- 3.8/5 A Little Knowledge- 5/5 Don't Work That Hard- 5/5 Perfect Way- 5/5 Lover to Fall- 4.8/5 Wood Beez- 4.6/5 Hypnotize- 4.9/5 Total- 4.7/5

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Fri Nov 24 2023
4

This may be brilliant, yet despite listening to it more times than I cared to count today, I need more time to understand if it is! Three songs already pierce: The Word Girl, Absolute and Wood Beez. Am reminded of Kraftwerk in that the striking presentation appears to be entirely at the service of an intimate worldview, like Scritti Politti could not say what they are saying any other way. That this is clearly the product of modish studios pumped to their most modish is, incredibly, irrelevant: it’s like the studio form was waiting for the perfect content, and that content turned out to be Scritti Politti.

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Wed Aug 09 2023
3

80s in all the clichéd ways possible. Tropes galore. Not bad but definitely a personal pass.

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Fri Dec 29 2023
3

Ok. Depeche Mode this is not. OMD this is not. Tears for Fears this is not. There are probably countless examples of bands of this era that are more notable for their use of sequencers and electronics. Here's why I think this album is notable, or even stretching to important, to merit this being on the list. 2 reasons really, and it's a double edged sword for both. 1. Extensive use of sampling, and to a lesser degree MIDI, both of which were in its advent years in 83-85. Sampling at this time was still 8-bit and not very complex or deep, so it would have been amazing to repeat a sample on demand, but much better sampling technology was still to come. 2. This is all before fully digital recording was mainstream, so despite not sounding "sterile", it also was the harbinger of an "overprocessed" sound that was so prevalent in the late 80's (nu shooz, Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam, Stacey Q, etc.) Two examples of albums that transcend this are probably Depeche's Music For the Masses and Pet Shop Boys' Please, which would be released in the next 2 years. Musically, Lyrically, it's good, solid stuff. It's quirky, and a little funky in a brit, bubblegum pop kind of way. It's just buried in technology. I did buy the album at the time, but just didn't appeal to me in the long run and got rid of it. Most of the tunes are good with catchy hooks (Wood Beez remains my favorite along with the single mix of Perfect Way, but Absolute gets some new appreciation this time around), but some are not (Hypnotize and Small Talk, I'm looking at you).

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Fri Jan 05 2024
3

So Top of the Pops. Can vividly imagine Steve Wright or Simon Mayo introducing them.

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Fri Jan 05 2024
3

3 - Michael Jackson is that you? Thought it had some great beats. Very repetitive though, so glad i managed to get through it in one sitting.

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Wed Apr 12 2023
1

Aw hell nah miss me with that 80s bullshit.

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Sat May 06 2023
1

This guy listened to his contemporaries, learned all the wrong lessons, and then tried to copy them

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Sat May 20 2023
1

Sounds like a camp Michael Jackson, without the noncing...probably...maybe not.

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Wed Aug 23 2023
1

Immediate though on opening baseline, “God, bands fucking loved the “reggae” demo on their Casio keyboards in the 80’s.” Track one: I hate this so far. Absolute: WHAT THE FUCK IS HAPPENING, IS THIS A JOKE?? Might have to stop listening to this one. Fuck I hate this. Perfect way: okay, I can see why this is their popular song from this album, but I don’t really love it personally. I can just recognize the hallmarks of a “good” song in it 🤷🏻‍♂️ The very next song: WHAT IS THIS BABY VOICE??? God I hated this so much. I hope I never hear it again.

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Tue Nov 21 2023
5

Favourite songs: Absolute, The Word Girl, Hypnotize, Perfect Way, Small Talk, Wood Beez, Don't Work That Hard, Lover to Fall Least favourite songs: A Little Knowledge 5/5

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Wed Jan 17 2024
5

When I read the name I thought I would enjoy it a lot less than I did. After reading who they'd worked with I thought I'd enjoy it a lot more than I did. Overall pretty good lol

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Fri Apr 14 2023
4

Ces gars-là enchaînent les michaeljacksonneries sans aucun complexe et qui peut leur en vouloir ? Eltrapeze ?

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Fri May 05 2023
4

4/5 the weeknd com michael jackson e notas de depeche mode

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Sun May 07 2023
4

Almost painfully 80's. I liked it.

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Sun May 07 2023
4

Oddly enough I actually enjoyed this one. Very typical 80s sound by the book. Interesting mix of sounds on this one.

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Fri May 26 2023
4

Sounds like Michael Jackson. Not so bad, always nice to hear such a music at home.

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Fri Jun 02 2023
4

What a strange brew. Equal parts synth-pop and rock leaning. This is one of those albums that I had no idea what it was going to be. What I walked away with was an utter surprise. I really enjoyed this weird ass music.

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Mon Jun 26 2023
4

Enjoyed it more than I thought I would. 80s synth-pop at its finest

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Sun Jul 02 2023
4

I only know Scritti Politti from Rhodri Marsden on twitter, and he wasn't in the band when this album was written and recorded. If he was, I'm sure the lyrics would have included many witty observations of Christmas sleeping arrangements and tips on fatherhood. I only knew Green Gartside from 'Between the Clock and the Bed', and I like his voice here as much as I do on that record. It is GG's voice and the high quality production that is most striking about this art pop album. It really elevates the fairly average song writing, creating a instantly recognisable, unique and luxurious sound. Rating: 3.5/5 Playlist track: Perfect Way Date listened: 01/07/23

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Fri Jul 07 2023
4

Koffor har eg aldri hørt på detta, da va jo jævlig cheesy og bra. Nesten på høyde med Modern Talking

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Wed Jul 19 2023
4

Catchy tunes. Nice new find. I went on to listen to their entire catalog.

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Wed Aug 09 2023
4

This is about as 80's bubblegum pop as I can imagine, which makes it simultaneously disgusting and irresistable.

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Thu Aug 31 2023
4

Rating: 8/10 Best songs: The world girl, Absolute, Small talk, Don’t work that hard

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Thu Oct 05 2023
4

A vibrant and industrial-heavy bubblegum synth-pop band, with a very clean 80s sound that has synths overpowering everything else. It's a very busy atmospheric album with a lovely bright mood, hearing contemporary influences like Human League, MJ, and UB40. Seriously, the sound is so busy, there are at least half a dozen different synths at play all working together. Good stuff, enjoyed it all with several stand-outs.

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Mon Oct 30 2023
4

Upon the first seconds of Cupid & Psyche '85, one can imagine the sense of dread that's bound to await them. A canned goods sounding reggae beat punctuating its first impression upon the senses is not a good way to start things. Eventually though, that changes and Scritti Politti mark their ascent from Marxist inspired punks to admirable poachers of the Paisley Park aesthetic. Cupid & Psyche '85 is the sounds of a band arriving at the right place at the right time in regards to how they want to approach things and they make you want more by the time it ends. At least that's how I felt when Hypnotize ended near the frozen section at Whole Foods. Favorites: Small Talk, Absolute, A Little Knowledge, Don't Work to Hard, Perfect Way, Wood Beez, Hypnotize.

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Mon Dec 04 2023
4

This is a group whose name I have always had a laugh at but whose tunes I've never knowingly heard. I didn't even know they were British. These vibes were immaculate - halfway through I found myself thinking of "I Feel For You" by Chaka Kahn and then wiki tells me this dude worked with her eventually. DIY post punk guy gets sick of indie pretentiousness and admits that he loves pop music, reggae, and American dance music. The drums are snappy, the synths are going off, the singing is 80s boy falsetto - it's sweet and glittery like a bowl full of gumdrops. I feel like I can hear a lot of Scritti Politti influence in some modern alternative bands (Tame Impala, mostly)

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Tue Dec 19 2023
4

Has a catchy synth-y 80's vibe. Voice reminds me of a young Michael Jackson. Spunky.

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Fri Dec 22 2023
4

Was surprised by this one - had strong Off the Wall/Thriller vibes to the beats. Could see myself putting this on again.

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Wed Dec 27 2023
4

They have a pretty cool, quintessential 80’s sound. The songs started to sound the same after a while.

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Tue Jan 09 2024
4

"Cupid & Pysche 85" is the second album by British pop band Scritti Politti. Lead singer and musician Green Gartside took the music in a commercial pop direction with more state-of-the-art production. Because of this, he was only member from their first album to remain. Other newer members included David Gamson (keyboards) and Fred Maher (drums and electric drums). Gartside added both of these guys as the album began recording in New York. The lyrical themes address issues of language and politics. Commercially, the album did very well in the UK hitting #5 with three singles reaching the UK top 20. It also received generally positive reviews. "The World Girl" opens the album with a reggae beat. Wow, Gartside does have a high-pitched voice. The melody is keyboard-driven and very much pop. Easy, soft and light in a good way. "Absolute" gets a dance beat going..very 80's. A prevalent bass sound. Cascading keyboard. The keyboards keep driving the melody in their big one "Perfect Way." It struck me during that Gartside is trying to capture a 80's pop R&B sound in a Prince sort of way. And, he doing a pretty good job. A pop dance beat, catchy chorus, horn sounds and we get a keyboard jam. " He has the perfect way to make the girls go crazy." "Wood Beez (Pray Like Aretha Franklin)" starts a little harder with a deep bass and heavy electronic drums. R&B guitar slashes. The album closer "Hypnotize" keeps the horns going. Weird beats and bass noises. This has a groove. Great backing vocals by B.J. Nelson I guarantee in 1985 at 17, I would not have given this album the time of day. It is very pop and maybe besides one song not an edge to anything. Fast-forward 38 years later and I actually appreciated the pop they were trying to make and they did it at a high level being very well produced. The music absolutely captures the 80's pop sound. This a very good album to go back to and hear some well-made pop-dance songs.

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Sun Jan 21 2024
4

Really wasn’t expecting to really like this album. So ridiculously 80s it’s near on perfect. Well produced and sounds sonically good. Synth pop at its best. Another way to look at this is if Savage Garden were in the 80s.

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Wed Feb 14 2024
4

Tipo reggae-pop. Muy ochentero. En momentos me recuerda vagamente a Michael Jackson y/o Rick Astley

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Fri Apr 14 2023
3

Cet album mettait en scène un Michael Jackson encore plus pâle qu'à son habitude, presque transparent. Et pour cause, après quelques chansons, le visage de Michael finira par se déchirer, laissant entrevoir la mine dépourvue de Scritti Politti. Une belle tentative d'escroquerie, mais le déguisement de Scritti n'aura pas tenu les 40mn d'album.

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Wed Apr 19 2023
3

The album's title is a reference to the classical Greek myth of Cupid and Psyche, and the themes of love and desire are explored throughout the album's ten tracks. The production on this album is fresh, with lush, intricate arrangements that showcase the band's technical skill. The album's standout tracks include "Perfect Way," which was a massive hit and remains one of the band's most beloved songs. This upbeat, funky track is characterized by its catchy chorus, infectious melody, and clever lyrics. "The Word Girl" is another standout track, featuring one of the better vocal performances by lead singer Green Gartside and a driving rhythm section that propels the song forward. Other standout tracks on the album include "Absolute," which features a dreamy, ethereal atmosphere and a good vocal performance by Gartside, and "Hypnotize," which has a hypnotic, trance-like quality. One negative about the album is how Scritti Politti sometimes fail to showcase the knack for creating innovative and unique sounds. They do the more basic stuff well though, and it’s not a bad listen.

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Wed Apr 26 2023
3

Listened Before? N Pretty standard 80's pop stuff here. Enjoyable enough but really not much special IMO. Added to Library? N Songs added to playlist: Perfect Way

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Tue May 09 2023
3

Check out Miles Davis’s cover of Perfect Way.

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Sat May 13 2023
3

Awww, I was into them early 80's (I bought Songs to Remember and Wood Beez). This takes me back but I realise a lot of people will hate it as 80's pop. Good solid tunes but nothing special I guess.

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Sun May 14 2023
3

Sounds like band called Scritti Politti. 3 stars.

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Mon May 22 2023
3

Felt like I was stuck in an 80s family comedy soundtrack. Can't decide whether that was good or not

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Sat Jun 24 2023
3

Incredibly polished mid 80s studio produced commercial pop. Could only have been made in studios of the mid 1980s. Slick, upbeat, vocals a little under mixed. Not as lovely as Prefab Sprout or x-factor as Culture Club. I couldn’t make out the lyrics, so will listen again - as I gather they’re clever. Sound is so 80’s!!

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Tue Jun 27 2023
3

Yeah. It was alright. I had a Scritti Politti take in my collection as a teenager and every now and then I'd fish it out and be pleasantly surprised that it wasn't a shit as I'd thought. This time, thinking it was going to be a pleasant surprise, it was not all that. 3.5 stars.

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Wed Jul 12 2023
3

Atlanta night 1: I didn’t write this review right after I listened to it so it’s already pretty hazy after a full day of exploring but I remember that it had really lame simplistic production that worked sometimes and not at all in other tracks while the vocals were solid throughout. Pretty average britpop.

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Sat Jul 15 2023
3

Most of this album did not do much for me but not terrible

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Mon Jul 31 2023
3

I remember when this album came out, there was a kid at school (whose name escapes me now) who was particularly evangelical about synth pop in general and Scritti Politti in particular when this album came out. I don't think he was aware of their past as a Marxist agit-prop, post-punk collective. And in all fairness, there isn't much about this very expensive production that would suggest such a past. The singles certainly caught my attention at the time, influenced by his proselytizing, This album is probably the pinnacle of 80s synth pop. Sophisticated, polished, intricate, smooth, light. Robert Christgau wrote that "the high-relief production and birdlike tunes and spry little keyb arrangements and hippety-hoppety beat and archly ethereal falsetto add up to a music of amazing lightness and wit that's saved from any hint of triviality by wordplay whose delight in its own turns is hard to resist." I'm not sure that I am taken with the lyrics; they're clever, but I feel like Green Gartside is a bit in love with his own cleverness. Generally, I find his approach a bit narcissistic, which makes the album hard to love. Although, Miles Davis was a fan, and covered Perfect Way on his Tutu album. I love the singles, notably Wood Beez and Perfect Way, but a whole album is like eating a 10kg bag of fairy floss. Light and fun for the first few handfuls, but sweet to the point of nauseating over the space of a whole album. I own a couple of Scritti Politti albums (including this one), which I never spin all the way through. I should ditch the LPs, and invest in copies of the singles instead. That would work better.

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Mon Jul 31 2023
3

I was a fan. Really liked Green’s voice. And this album contains 3 of my favourite SP trax. Wood Beez(Pray Like Aretha Franklin) & The Word Girl still sound so fresh & Absolute is not far behind . I have the Word Girl 12” single featuring Ranking Ann, which is outstanding. It’s great that the album was co- produced by Atlantic Records legend, Arif Mardin, who worked on Aretha’s I Never Loved A Man etc. album. The production is great. I don’t think the band ever made it to Australia, but, ironically, Fred Maher, the drummer on this album & guitarist Robert Quine, who also appears on it, both toured Australia six months before this album was released, in January 1985 as part of Lou Reed’s touring band. I saw Reed at Newcastle’s Civic Theatre on that tour & definitely remember Quine’s bald pate on stage. Great guitarist.

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Mon Jul 31 2023
3

The type of band you’re supposed to like, but I wonder how many actually listened to this album more than once or twice, though enjoyed having the cd cassette or album prominently on display - all the while listening to Fleetwood Mac, Duran Duran, Born to be alive, the eagles, pink Floyd, yes, ELP, etc and other horrid dreck, or mega selling crowd pleasers. not bad at all, but there’s a reason it’s more of a cult classic. Perfect way was good actually.

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Mon Jul 31 2023
3

Not bad but, as far as 80s synth pop goes, this is far from the best I’ve heard Favourite tracks: The Word Girl, Hypnotize

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Wed Aug 09 2023
3

This sounds like you asked chatGPT to generate an androgynous 80s pop album. Almost comes across like a parody at certain points.

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Wed Aug 09 2023
3

A very 80s sound. I knew the song Perfect Way, but that was it. It is heavy on the drums and I like the beats. Singing was eh….. Still I did enjoy the listen… Standout: Perfect Way 3/5

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Mon Aug 21 2023
3

Decent album but ultimate uneventful

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Mon Aug 21 2023
3

Typical 80s album, a bit of a Prince and MJ rip off.

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Fri Aug 25 2023
3

The couple of hits on this record are interesting tunes... this was pretty early club music i.e. something you wouldn't really hear on the radio with any real frequency, but you'd hear when you went out. Definitely also a bit of a mishmash with a few different elements -- funky, electronic, a bit of a reggae feel here and there. I would say it's aged somewhat poorly, as it isn't nearly as complex as music became.

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Thu Aug 31 2023
3

This is a great pop album. The '85 in the title is perfect. It sounds exactly how a record made in 1985 should. The production is sharp and sweet. The songwriting isn't always there, but it feels like an album, and not some random songs put together.

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Thu Aug 31 2023
3

Solid 80s synth pop. The album builds nicely toward Perfect Way but can’t maintain that peak. Enjoyable but odd.

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Fri Sep 01 2023
3

Surely a hidden gem for me. This late summer day in the city was a perfect fit for this kind of pop. Love the production and there are some real good tunes on here as well. Maybe a little uneven. Yeah, it's pretty uneven unfortunately.

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Tue Sep 12 2023
3

I have an ice-cream headache.

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Thu Sep 14 2023
3

This must be where Bill Wurtz found inspiration.

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Fri Sep 15 2023
3

Fun synths, started strong, tailed off in the middle, got a bit ridiculous at the end.

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Mon Sep 18 2023
3

50/50 nostalgía og innumannaðútumhitt

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Fri Sep 22 2023
3

Forgot I was listening to it

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Fri Sep 22 2023
3

An interesting period piece but the sound is very, very dated. A fair bit of it also kind of all sounds the same.

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Sat Sep 23 2023
3

Treball fora del seu temps. Enrevesat, creatiu, amb un so que sí se situa a la década que l'origina però amb unes composicions que no poden estar més allunyades del synth pop comercial o del hair metal en auge que triomfaven l'any 1985. No és l'èxit monumental de la música en el qual alguns l'han volgut convertir, però sí un disc que mereix ser recordat i disfrutat cada cert temps. Cada escolta donarà una nova capa d'enteniment al seu contingut

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Thu Sep 28 2023
3

I liked it but nothing really stood out too much.

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Wed Oct 04 2023
3

good but didn't listen to properly

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Thu Oct 19 2023
3

This was the cheesiest, of-it’s-time 80’s album I’ve ever heard. I kind of liked it.

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Thu Oct 19 2023
3

Started strong, didn't get much better. It was alright

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Thu Oct 19 2023
3

ooh, little calypso beat. This sound is so nostalgic. Lol, this sounds like "These Lumps" I like some 80s syths but wow those are not in balance.

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Wed Oct 25 2023
3

80's pop, a little on the soft/mellow side

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Mon Oct 30 2023
3

Meh. Seems very typical of a mediocre 80’s band.

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Wed Nov 01 2023
3

Pretty light and inoffensive, classicly 80s.

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Wed Nov 22 2023
3

5/10. Guy's trying to sound like Michael Jackson and doing an okay-ish job I guess?

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Thu Nov 23 2023
3

An ok melding of synth pop and rnb that doesnt fully hit for me.

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Thu Dec 07 2023
3

Doubt I'll ever remember the band, much less the album, but you could stick this in a time capsule and shoot it across the universe as an example of standard 80's synth pop. Once it's out there, the chance of me finding it amongst the billions of stars and planets is greater than me ever listening to it again.

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Thu Dec 07 2023
3

Not what I was expecting. Some OK songs but too much pop for me. 2.5

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Sun Dec 10 2023
3

They were 'alright'. Nice enough. I can't imagine why they're on a 'must listen tools though.

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Wed Dec 13 2023
3

I like the vision but the vocals are to... not gritty? not my thing really

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