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Yazoo: Vince You've Been Gone

Interview by Betty Page, Sounds, April 1982

AFTER CLOSE encounters with most of the Mute bands, you'd think Uncle Dan had ordered them to live up to their oft-lively label's name. But ...

Only Yazoo

Interview by Neil Tennant, Smash Hits, May 1982

TAKE TWO happy people... ...

The Meaning Of Mute

Profile and Interview by Johnny Black, Masterbag, September 1982

(1) Not emitting articulate sound:NOT THAT YOU could blame him if his utterances were totally inarticulate, because Daniel Miller has been having a hard and ...

Yazoo: Worlds Apart

Interview by Dave Rimmer, Smash Hits, December 1982

Alf and Vince probably "wouldn't be friends if we weren't working together". They often don't meet up 'til just before going on stage. Dave Rimmer ...

New Romantics: Sweat & Ice

Report and Interview by Roy Trakin, Musician, March 1983

THE NEW BRITISH DANCE ROMANTICS: ABC, THOMPSON TWINS, YAZ, CULTURE CLUB ...

Yaz: Upstairs At Eric's (Mute/Sire)

Review by Richard Riegel, Creem, March 1983

"YAZ," ARE really "Yazoo," and still go by that name in the U.K. and Europe, but for North American consumption they had to drop the ...

Electro Pop: One Nation Under a Moog

Overview by Simon Reynolds, Guardian, The, October 2009

As new BBC4 documentary Synth Britannia shows, the synthesizer first dehumanised then re-humanised British pop, fulfilled the DIY promise of punk, and changed how bands ...

see also Depeche Mode

see also Alison Moyet

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