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A minimalist German clothing responsible for lots one hit across European countries in 1982, Trio used bit more than guitar and drums to body their monotoned vocals and industrial-based music. The band’s self-titled 1981 debut originally made an appearance only within their indigenous country, however when the next year’s one “Da Da Da” became effective — it strike number 2 in Britain and marketed a million copies — the U.K.’s Cell Suit Company re-released the record with a edition of the monitor. Trio released a cassette-only live record in 1982, and agreed upon to Mercury within the U.S., where their first discharge was another self-titled function, though just of EP duration. Of course, in addition, it included “Da Da Da,” and established the stage for 1983’s Trio & Mistake, which acquired a edition of “Da Da Da” aswell. Finally, in 1983, Trio released an record without a edition of their most well-known monitor, and Bye Bye demonstrated quite prophetic.

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