Indians In Moscow [VOX7CD]

by Indians In Moscow

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OCHD Great memories, my band of the era did a cover of i wish i had, our singer knew Adele, so we were at the gigs, beautiful and talented she was. nearly shared a stage with them but alas they split too soon. ah well. Favorite track: I Wish I Had (Extended Mix).
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Indians in Moscow are synthwave pioneers, originally formed in Hull (UK) in 1981. They had a No.1 indie hit in 1983 with "Naughty Miranda", followed by "Jack Pelter and his Sex-Change Chicken" and the "Big Wheel e.p.". The original band split just as their first self titled album was released.

Electro-pop gems of an early Human League meets Siouxsie And The Banshees mode! Catchy, Quirky and Unique. Absolutely not to miss!!!

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released September 15, 2011

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