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1234 (Propaganda album)

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Released  May 1990
1234 (1990)  Outside World (2002)
Release date  May 1990
Genre  Synthpop
Length  48:45
Artist  Propaganda
Label  Virgin Records
Producers  Ian Stanley, Chris Hughes
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Similar  Propaganda albums, Synthpop albums

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1234 is the second studio album by Propaganda. Released in 1990, Michael Mertens was the only remaining member of the group from their previous album A Secret Wish, though original member Suzanne Freytag made a guest appearance on two tracks, and the album includes some songs co-written by Ralf Dörper. New group members included Derek Forbes and Brian McGee, both formerly of Simple Minds, and vocalist Betsi Miller. The album was produced by Ian Stanley and Chris Hughes, most notable for their work with Tears For Fears in the 1980s. Hughes and Miller would later marry.

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The first single from the album, "Heaven Give Me Words", reached the UK Top 40 and also reached #22 on the U.S. Adult Contemporary chart. "Your Wildlife" reached #32 on the U.S. Dance Music/Club Play Singles chart. Both songs were co-written by Howard Jones. Another single, "Only One Word" (which featured Pink Floyd guitarist Dave Gilmour), peaked at #71 in the UK.

The album itself peaked at #46 on the UK Album Chart.

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Songs

1Vicious Circle4:55
2Heaven Give Me Words5:11
3Your Wildlife6:32

References

1234 (Propaganda album) Wikipedia


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