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Soft Cell

Soft Cell were an English synthesizer duo during the early 1980s (currently reformed). They consisted of Marc Almond[?] (vocals) and David Ball[?] (synthesizers). Their lyrics often focused on the darker side of life, with subjects such as depraved sex, transvestites, drugs and murder. They had a huge world-wide hit with the cover "Tainted Love".

Marc Almond also formed the group Marc and the Mambas[?] as an offshoot project from Soft Cell.

Discography (albums)

  • Non-stop Erotic Cabaret
  • Non-stop Ecstatic Dancing
  • The Art of Falling Apart
  • This Last Night in Sodom
  • Cruelty without Beauty

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