| Sound of My Heart
Michael Cretu, Armand Volker
Hubert Kah albums, Electropop albums
Tensongs is the first English language album by German synthpop band Hubert Kah. It was released in 1986.
Three singles were released from the album, "Limousine", "Something I Should Know" and "Love is So Sensible". The opening track "Pogo the Clown" is a reference to American serial killer John Wayne Gacy. "Get Strange" featured on the 1986 film Rad.
Something I Should KnowHubert Kemmler: vocals, backing vocals on "Love is So Sensible"
Markus Löhr: guitar, keyboards
Klaus Hirschburger: bass guitar
Curt Cress: drums
Lothar Krell: keyboard arranger on "Limousine"
Eddie Taylor: saxophone on "Something I Should Know"
Ken Taylor: voice on "Lonesome Cowboy" and bass guitar on "Explain the World in a Word"
Thomas Dörr: backing vocals on "Love is So Sensible"
Judy Cheeks: backing vocals on "Limousine"
Patricia Shockley: backing vocals on "Limousine"
Victoria Miles: backing vocals on "Limousine"
Michael Cretu: producer, arranger, digital and conventional keyboards
Armand Volker: producer, arranger, guitar solo on "Love is So Sensible"
Hubert Kah: arranger
Mike Schmidt: artwork
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