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It’s Immaterial

This pop duo, located in Liverpool, England, first emerged in 1980 using the low-key single ‘Young Man (Seeks A FASCINATING Job)’. Further impartial singles adopted, before they loved an improbable UK chart strike in 1986 with ‘Traveling ABROAD (Jim’s Melody)’, and an recording with the long lasting catch-phrase name of Existence’s Hard AND You Die. Pursuing ‘Eds Funky Diner’ as well as the impeccably unusual ‘Space (He Known as From YOUR KITCHEN)’, they vanished from view for quite a while, before primary duo John Campbell (ex-Yachts) and Jarvis Whitehead re-emerged with another recording for Siren Information in 1990. As before, the music was of the subdued, understated character, with wry wit in the way of the indie Pet Store Boys. Other users of the music group included, at numerous occasions, Henry Priestman from the Christians, Paul Barlow (drums), Julian Scott (bass), Mick Dempsey (percussion), Brenda Airturo (percussion), Brenda Kenny (percussion) and Gillian Miller (support vocals).

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