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Booth and the Bad Angel

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Booth as well as the Poor Angel was a one-off cooperation between two shared admirers, lyricist/vocalist Tim Booth (of Adam) and arranger/composer Angelo Badalamenti (a regular soundtracker for David Lynch), in addition to the initiatives of Suede guitarist Bernard Butler. Documented in past due 1995, the group’s just album, Booth as well as the Poor Angel, made an appearance in 1996, plus a United kingdom Top 40 strike, “I REALLY BELIEVE.” Many live dates implemented, but each participant shortly came back to his regular work.

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Music Songs Dance of the Bad Angels, Hit Parade, Fall in Love With Me, I Believe, Butterfly's Dream, Life Gets Better, Hands in the Rain, Old Ways, When You Smiled, Melting Away, Rising, Heart, Stranger
Albums Booth and the Bad Angel


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Later with Jools Holland 1996 TV Series Themselves

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