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Love Lasts Forever - Kissing The Pink - Naked (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Certain Things Are Likely is the third studio album by English pop band Kissing the Pink, and their first under the acronym KTP, released in by Magnet jarraenibijsnaledepeculsilasa.coinfo co-produced the majority of the album with frequent collaborator Peter Walsh at various notable studios in Southern England (as well as one in Munich, Germany).Magnet Records remixed most of the album in an attempt to make the.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Kissing The Pink - Naked at Discogs. Complete your Kissing The Pink collection.
  3. "Love Lasts Forever" is a song by English band Kissing the Pink, released as both a 7" and 12" single from their debut studio album, Naked (). Produced by Peter Walsh, "Love Lasts Forever" was the follow up single to their Top 20 hit "The Last Film", but it only peaked at No. 85 on the UK Singles Chart.
  4. Aug 28,  · The album contained four UK Top 40 singles, two of which reached the Top The fourth single to be released and final track on the album is a cover version of ABBA's penultimate single The Day 5/5(1).
  5. Jun 08,  · Love Kissing The Pink and like the extra info. Shame you only got them into when they were KTP. I got the album when it came out in the UK and amazingly it had 12 quality tracks on it (you normally got 10 tracks including some filler) My favourite has got to be the disturbing “Broken Body” They certainly had a dark side to them.
  6. The Last Film (Hymn Version) Producer – David King (4), Kissing The Pink: B1: Big Man Restless Producer – Peter Walsh: B2: Desert Song Producer – Colin Thurston: B3: Broken Body Producer – Kissing The Pink, Neil Richmond: B4: Maybe This Day Producer – Colin Thurston: B5: In Awe Of Industry Producer.
  7. Kissing The Pink Lyrics, Instrumental and Original Songs introduced to you in this page are just for your REVIEW and STUDY. They are property of their respective owners .
  8. This expanded reissue of Kissing The Pink’s debut album Naked is in New Wave style and transports the listener to Britain in the early 80s. The group was formed mainly from music students sharing a house in north London and you get a real sense of that offbeat creativity on this album /5(22).

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