Soft Cell

Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing

  • 4796488
  • Release Date: September 30th 2016
  • £9.99

Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing was originally released June 1982 by Some Bizzare Records. In addition to remixes of the group's older material, it also included a brand new track, a cover of Judy Street's 1966 song What?, which was a Top 3 hit for Soft Cell. Thought to be the first remix album - just ahead of the Human League's corking Love and Dancing album - this is a total belter. They really "turned the beat around" on most of the songs from their superb debut album, Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret. The E was going down a treat, they were partying hard every night and boy, does it show? Stand-out tracks: the nuts sequencing on Chips On My Shoulder, the already-lascivious Sex Dwarf (we defy you to find a more filthy song) and the perfect segue which is the mix of Tainted Love / Where Did Our Love Go? from the original 12".

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