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Dubstar are back in 2018



JUST AS MANIC NOW: THE RETURN OF DUBSTAR WITH ONE

Dubstar – a glorious stain on the bed linen of British pop culture and the last word on decadent, bittersweet, electro-pop – are set to release their first new material for 17 years in Summer 2018. The band, comprising Sarah Blackwood and Chris Wilkie, formed in Newcastle Upon Tyne in 1993, signed to Food Records at the height of the Britpop era and had eight Top 40 singles (including Not So Manic Now and Stars) and three hugely successful albums (including Disgraceful, Goodbye and Make It Better) in the 1990s before splitting in 2000 and their long-awaited fourth record, One, is their finest album to date.

Love Comes Late
Love Gathers
Torched
Please Stop Leaving Me Alone
I Hole Your Heart
Waltz Number 9
You Were Never In Love
Locked Outside
Why Don't You Kiss Me
Mantra


Pre-order bundles available-
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Am i in Wonderland or Tomorrow's World Be Gone
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Saw them supporting V&A at Ilford Island in 1996, good, tight sound. They deserved more success than many around that time.


Live classic synth pop tracks you might have forgotten about.

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"Their finest album to date"? It'll take quite something to knock Disgraceful from it's perch. And now they're just a duo?


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Back in the olden days, it seemed like Steve Hillier was kind of the musical driving force behind the band.  Not sure what they'll sound like without him.
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Oh, and I'm not so sure I'd call either "Goodbye" or "Make It Better" "hugely successful".  I enjoy them, yes, but successful they were not.
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