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NAKED LUNCH
NAKED LUNCH
Synthpop band 1980 played Futurama Festival, released singles and a track on the original Some Bizarre compilation album.
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About Us Naked Lunch started in 1979, with the aim to create electronic .....
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Signed Indie
Genre Electronic
Location London, United Kingdom
Members PAUL N DAVIES MICK CLARKE MARK IRVING TONY MAYO PAUL LOUGHLAME CLIFFORD T CHAPMAN
Influences DAVID BOWIE LOU REED JAPAN THROBBING GRISTLE JOY DIVISION MAGAZINE GARY NUMAN/TUBEWAY ARMY EARLY HUMAN LEAGUE ULTRAVOX JOHN FOXX VISAGE SPANDAU BALLET CABARET VOLTAIRE KRAFTWERK
Sounds Like NINETEEN EIGHTY
Biography Naked Lunch started in 1979, with the aim to create electronic music influenced by Gary Numan, Kraftwerk, and Ultravox. During the hedonistic days the band joined up with Stevo who promoted many of their early gigs. In 1980 they were of the moment and hovered on the fringes of success alongside 'Futurist Chart' bands B-Movie, Fad Gadget, DAF etc.

The song called Horror shock Horror only comes on the original vinyl LP record TERPSICHORE COMPILATION MINIMAL SYNTH 81.

Rabies/Slipping Again is a classic period-piece single and collectors item. Their song La Femme appeared on the legendary Some Bizzare compilation album released 1981 which also included B-Movie, and the then unestablished Depeche Mode, Blancmange, The The, Soft Cell, etc.

The band were short-lived but it has recently been stated that Naked Lunch have reformed and are recording new material.




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