Psychedelic Furs

Some articles on psychedelic furs:

1980 In Music - Other Significant Singles
... Ian Dury and the Blockheads "I Zimbra" – Talking Heads "Imitation of Christ" – The Psychedelic Furs "In America" – Charlie Daniels Band "In Every ... Jones" – The Psychedelic Furs "My Baby" – Cold Chisel "My Old Piano" – Diana Ross "My Perfect Cousin" – The Undertones "Nausea" – X "Need Your Loving Tonight" – Queen "New Amsterdam ... In The 80s" – The Monitors "Sister Europe" – The Psychedelic Furs "Skateaway" – Dire Straits "Sleeping With the Television On" – Billy Joel "So Lonely" – The Police "Sock It To 'em ...
The Psychedelic Furs - Career - Early Days and Success
... The Psychedelic Furs came together in England's emerging punk scene in 1977, where they auditioned for Essex Kennedy's record label Manfactory Wave Punk ... between calling themselves "The Europeans" and "The Psychedelic Furs," playing gigs under both names before permanently settling on the latter ... The Psychedelic Furs' debut, a self-titled album from 1980, was produced by Steve Lillywhite ...
The Psychedelic Furs: Greatest Hits - Track Listing
448 Only You And I (Live) 639 The Psychedelic Furs Richard Butler Tim Butler Paul Garisto Mars Williams Rich Good Amanda Kramer Duncan Kilburn Roger Morris Paul Wilson John ...
The Psychedelic Furs (album)
... The Psychedelic Furs is the debut studio album by English post-punk band The Psychedelic Furs ...

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