Label: Phonogram - 810 003-2 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Pop • Style: Synth-pop
The Lexicon Of Love. Label: Mercury – Format: CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered. Country: Europe. Released: /5(51).
The Lexicon Of Love is a very similar release with a silver center stamped MADE IN W. GERMANY BY PDO, rim text: MADE IN Y, and under the barcode on the inlay. Other US editions exist with different artwork on the disc, and other differences, e.g.: The Lexicon Of Love, The Lexicon Of Love, The Lexicon Of Love. Manufactured and marketed by PolyGram Records.
"The Look of Love (Part I)" and "Poison Arrow" have been the most popular tracks from this release, I suppose, in terms of ongoing cultural memory. Yet there's not a single track worth skipping. This album isn't just recommended to fans of that slick new romantic sound. It's not just recommended to fans of passionate songs about love/5().
Editors’ Notes 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.
The group tried to capture that style with 'The Lexicon of Love', and ABC delivered in every possible way. This is an absolute delight of an album. Song after song supplies infectious hooks, and frontman Martin Fly does a fantastic job with his impassioned vocals/5().
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