Ladyhawke - Ladyhawke
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Release date: 01 April 2010
Like Keith Richards, heavy metal and the clap, the ’80s refuse to die. There’s been bands trying to revive them since about 12.30am on January 1, 1990. Many Kings Of Keytar have back-combed themselves into a lather, donned the skinny pink tie and struck the Le Bon yacht stance in the name of recreating the Decade That Shame Forgot. But all the hairspray blinded them to one important point:...
- Sep 17, 2008
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- Manipulating Woman
- My Delirium
- Better Than Sunday
- Another Runaway
- Love Don't Live Here
- Back Of The Van
- Paris Is Burning
- Professional Suicide
- Dusk Till Dawn
- Crazy World
- Morning Dreams
Pip Brown has beaten her nerves and returned with heavier mettle
- Jun 1, 2012
A Cockney knees up, sung by a Kiwi
- May 25, 2012
She's blasted firmly back on the radar
- Apr 30, 2012
Pip Brown will return for six shows later this year in support of her new album 'Anxiety'
Singer discusses her new LP 'Anxiety'
The singer's long-awaited second album is due out on June 4
Ladyhawke - Ladyhawke: Wikipedia Album Entry
Ladyhawke is the self-titled debut album by New Zealand pop rock singer–songwriter Ladyhawke. Released in September 2008, five singles have been released from it.
The cover artwork is a watercolor painting by Sydney-based artist Sarah Larnach of a loosely dressed Ladyhawke intently playing a NES on an unseen television. Also visible are three cats, a Super NES controller, a Mega Drive console, a Microkorg synthesiser, and a NES Zapper holstered in her underwear.
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