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The Music Of LASER558 – Blancmange

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In the 1980s, Blancmange was a British synth-pop band formed by Neil Arthur and Stephen Luscombe. They gained popularity in the UK music scene with their catchy electronic beats and unique sound. Some of their most famous songs from the 1980s include “Living on the Ceiling,” “Waves,” and “Blind Vision,” which all made it onto the UK record charts.

In 1984 and 1985, Blancmange’s music was a staple on LASER558, a popular radio station that played a mix of pop, rock, and dance tunes. Their songs were a hit with listeners and helped catapult the band to fame.

After the 1980s, Blancmange took a hiatus but made a comeback in the early 2000s. They continued to release new music and tour, delighting fans with their nostalgic sound and modern twists. Their latest album, “Mindset,” was released in 2020 and received positive reviews from critics and fans alike.

Blancmange continues to perform at concerts and music festivals, showcasing their timeless music to audiences old and new. They have also been featured in various music publications and interviews, keeping their legacy alive in the music industry.

Overall, Blancmange’s journey from the 1980s to the present day is a testament to their enduring talent and staying power in the ever-changing music scene. Fans can look forward to more music and performances from this iconic band for years to come.

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