Memorabilia – The Singles is a compilation album featuring songs by the British singer/songwriter Marc Almond as a solo artist and with his partner Dave Ball as the synthpop duo Soft Cell. The album is the second compilation for both Almond and Soft Cell, it was released in 1991 and reached number eight on the UK Albums Chart. Memorabilia - The Singles was promoted by the singles "Say Hello, Wave Goodbye '91" and "Tainted Love '91.
The compilation was assembled by Almond's former label Mercury Records. The label had released his work with Soft Cell, his two albums as Marc and the Mambas and his first solo album. While almost every Soft Cell single was included in the package, the compilers opted to overlook all of Almond's work up to 1988 excepting his 1985 collaboration with Jimmy Somerville and the Bronski Beat. Almond's ten singles released during that period had previously been compiled by Virgin records as The Singles 1984-87.
Receiving positive reviews the compilation was originally released as an LP, CD, Cassette and VHS video in May 1991. The compilation has since not been reissued. The artwork was designed by Big-Active Limited with a cover photograph by Richard Haughton.
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