Heaven 17 - (We Don’t Need This) Fascist Groove Thang Tour 2020
  • Pop

HEAVEN 17 - 40th Anniversary Tour
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The early 1980s in Sheffield resulting synth pop formation
confirmed with the original band members Martyn Ware and Glenn Gregory
for December 2019 two exclusive club concerts in Frankfurt and Mannheim in
Your (We Do not Need This) Fascist Groove Thang Tour.
Heaven 17 is known to be mainly used as an instrument on synthesizers and
Drum machine. The band had their first success in 1981 with the debut single (We Do not Need
This) Fascist Groove Thang. The piece attracted attention as it quickly became a hymn
left groups and because of the very political text in England from the BBC
boycotted. Since the content of this piece in the present time more like
is up to date, he gives his mini-tour his well-deserved name.
Their greatest successes had the band in 1983 with the song Temptation and the ballad Come
Live with Me from the LP The Luxury Gap, which you can listen to in addition to songs like Let Me Go,
This Is Mine and Sunset Now from the album How Men Are (1984) at the live spectacle
may be pleased. All in all, a best-of series of songs is expected
Wishes will be left open.

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