Transvision Vamp: Little Magnets Versus The Bubble Of Babble

Transvision Vamp SKU: 39113658
Transvision Vamp: Little Magnets Versus The Bubble Of Babble

Transvision Vamp: Little Magnets Versus The Bubble Of Babble

Transvision Vamp SKU: 39113658

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Little Magnets Versus The Bubble Of Babble
Artist: Transvision Vamp
Label: Demon Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5014797898318
Genre: Rock

Limited 180gm blue colored vinyl LP pressing. Transvision Vamp were a genuine international pop supernova of the late '80s. Fronted by the irrepressible Wendy James - pop's very own Halo Jones - whose bad-girl charms were impossible to ignore, and informed by the musical vision of Nick Christian Sayer, their sound and look was a kaleidoscopic whirl of chunky guitar riffs, incandescent pop thrills, razor sharp choral hooks, and vivid comic-book imagery. They crashed the charts like a rock and roll wrecking ball, bagging Gold and Platinum-selling albums in a brief but spectacular reign. Both singles - "(I Just Wanna) B With U" and "If Looks Could Kill" - from the third album Little Magnets Vs The Bubble Of Babble reached the Top 40 in 1991, but curiously the UK arm of MCA Records decided against releasing the album in the UK. It saw moderate success in Australia, New Zealand and Sweden, but this release is the first time it has been issued individually in the UK. The band broke up in 1992.


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