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Alex FergussonStay With Me Tonight

Label:Red Records (4) – RS 003
Format:
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:New Wave, Synth-pop, Minimal

Tracklist

AStay With Me Tonight
Written-ByGruner*, Fergusson*
BBrushing Your Hair
Written-ByGruner*, Fergusson*, Miller*
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℗ 1980 Red Records
© 1980 Linear Music Publishing
© 1979 Southern Music Publ Ltd
Distributed by Spartan 01-903 4753
Marketed by Island Manufacturing

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, hand-etched, "1" and "B" at a 90 degree angle): RS 003 A2 1 JoNz B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, hand-etched, "1" and "C" at a 90 degree angle): RS 003 B2 1 SOUND CLINIC C

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Stay With Me Tonight (Acetate, 10", 45 RPM)Not On LabelnoneUK1980

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Jarren's profile picture
Jarren
Edited 4 years ago
That little synth at the end of Stay With Me Tonight, so teasing! It sounds like there was more to this track, but then faded out.

Maybe Daniel Miller has an unedited version? Who knows.

The b-side is a nice instrumental, kinda like a pure synth-pop take on Space Disco.

You'd think it was called Star Dust, Jupiter Orbit, or maybe Hyperspace (Part 2).

No.

It's called "Brushing Your Hair".
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gadg3t
Edited 11 years ago
Alex Fergusson’s debut single is a very nice and catchy little electronic pop record. Musically it is strongly reminiscent of Silicon Teens and early Depeche Mode (circa Speak & Spell), which isn’t surprising, given it was produced by the same person – Daniel Miller (under the nickname "Larry Least") Mute Records supremo, the man behind The Normal and Silicon Teens projects. Highly recommended to all fans of early Mute Records output and good old electropop music in general.