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Digging Your Scene: The Best of The Blow Monkeys is a double greatest hits album, released on 4 February 2008 by British band The Blow Monkeys. Led by singer, guitarist, piano and keyboard player Dr. Robert, the group formed in the early 1980s and disbanded in 1990. After that, Dr. Robert went on to pursue a solo career. The Blow Monkeys recently reformed, with the aim of touring and releasing a brand new album.
The Blow Monkeys are a British new wave/sophisti-pop band that formed in 1981. The first single, "Live Today Love Tomorrow" was released in 1982. They subsequently enjoyed a successful career with several hit singles and albums across the 1980s before splitting up at the beginning of the 1990s. Their first hit song was "Digging Your Scene", which hit No. 12 on the UK Singles Chart and No. 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in August 1986.
Artist: The Blow Monkeys. Album: Choices - The Singles Collection, 1989. Music video by The Blow Monkeys performing Digging Your Scene. C) 1986 Sony BMG Music Entertainment (UK) Limited.
Band Name The Blow Monkeys. Album Name Digging Your Scene. Type EP. Data de aparición 1986. Estilo MusicalNew-Wave. Miembros poseen este álbum0. 1. Digging Your Scene. 2. I Backed a Winner (in You). Saber más. Other productions from The Blow Monkeys.
Listen to music from The Blow Monkeys like Digging Your Scene, It Doesn't Have to Be This Way & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Blow Monkeys. The Blow Monkeys is a British pop and blue eyed soul group that is best known for its 80s work, particularly the international top 20 pop hit "Digging Your Scene". With their snappy dress sense and androgynous image, the band drew comparisons to new wave and art rock contemporaries such as The Style Council and Roxy Music.
Animal Magic (The Blow Monkeys album). Animal Magic is the second album from the British band The Blow Monkeys, released in 1986 by RCA/Ariola (now BMG). It gave the group their commercial breakthrough after their debut album, Limping for a Generation, had won critical acclaim but had only sold modestly
This was the only hit The Blow Monkeys ever had in the US, but in their native UK they also had a hit with "It Doesn't Have To Be This Wa. A smaller hit was the Anti-Maggie Thatcher "(Celebrate) The Day After You," which was released at the time of the 1987 British General Election. It was banned from the radio until the General Election was over. More songs about medical conditions. More songs significant in the gay community.
Digging Your Scene: The Best Of The Blow Monkeys is the best 1980's Pop CD so far. All the original tracks are there, including my personal favourites, Digging Your Scene and It Doesn't have To Be This Way. This CD also includes a rare Blow Monkeys track featuring Kurtis Blow. The Blow Monkeys greatest hits CD is perfect for any fan of this legendary 1980's UK pop band.