Barbarella (3) ‎– Sucker For Your Love

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Corduroy Records ‎– CS 735
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Vinyl, 7", Single
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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CMS 735 Barbarella (3) Sucker For Your Love(12") Corduroy Records CMS 735 Netherlands 1989 Sell This Version
09B3-69 Barbarella (3) Sucker For Your Love(CD, Mini, Single) Alfa, Alfa International 09B3-69 Japan 1989 Sell This Version
CDS 735 Barbarella (3) Sucker For Your Love(CD, Maxi) Corduroy Records CDS 735 Netherlands 1989 Sell This Version
11B3-70 Barbarella (3) Sucker For Your Love(CD, Mini, Single) Alfa, Alfa International, BITE Records 11B3-70 Japan 1989 Sell This Version
ALDJ-1023 Barbarella (3) Sucker For Your Love(12", Promo) Alfa ALDJ-1023 Japan 1989 Sell This Version

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zzwave

zzwave

October 7, 2007
"Sucker for your love" as a cover version of Toto Coelo's song "Dracula's Tango". Here it sounds a bit strange, I've never heard such sound anywhere. "Arabesque"-ish melody and vocals, strong 135 BPM drums, very cool synthesizer bass line, even overdriven guitar (just before chorus, isn't it?). I can't call it nor italo-disco nor eurodance nor eurobeat. Synthpop, maybe? But it is dance music, and it is fast... I don't know what is it, but it's my favorite song at all. :)
superguysanti

superguysanti

September 7, 2007
A pretty interesting item right here. From the title alone, one would most probably think of the Toto Coelo single from earlier on in the decade. Strangely, the "Dracula's Tango" title has been totally discarded from the title of this release which may lead to some confusion. Well, this particular single is in fact a euro beat cover version of the Toto Coelo track. It retains the lyrics and basic structure of the song though the hard-pounding drums and the guitar riffs have been pretty much omitted. The lyrics, though more or less intact, have an odd accent to them which may be an effect of the singers being from a non-english country (I think they're German but i'm not totally sure). All in all, it is still a pretty good single but in my opinion, the early eighties pop-rock sound should have been retained.