Soft Cell - Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing - Vinyl
Soft Cell - Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing
Vinyl LP Mini-Album
Singer Marc Almond admitted years after the 1982 EP was released that the album was conceived under the influence of ecstasy, and that detail is key to understanding 'Non-Stop Ecstatic Dancing'. MDMA rubbed off heavily on the sound of the album (if the title hasn’t already given it away) - a new night club drug that was becoming a popular accompaniment to fast electronic dance music, and that’s what the album is all about.
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