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Vinyl LP pressing of this 1983 sophomore album from the synthpop duo comprised of Vince Clarke (Depeche Mode/Erasure) and Alison Moyet. The album's title was an ironic reference to the fact that the duo had grown estranged from each other and recorded much of the album separately, and they announced their split a few weeks before the album's release. You and Me Both gave the group a "posthumous" number one record in Britain and New Zealand, and reached #69 in the US. Singer Alison Moyet would soon begin a successful solo career, while Vince Clarke formed the short-lived project The Assembly with Yazoo's producer Eric Radcliffe before going on to greater and long-lasting success with the synthpop duo Erasure.
Vinyl LP pressing of this 1983 sophomore album from the synthpop duo comprised of Vince Clarke (Depeche Mode/Erasure) and Alison Moyet. The album's title was an ironic reference to the fact that the duo had grown estranged from each other and recorded much of the album separately, and they announced their split a few weeks before the album's release. You and Me Both gave the group a "posthumous" number one record in Britain and New Zealand, and reached #69 in the US. Singer Alison Moyet would soon begin a successful solo career, while Vince Clarke formed the short-lived project The Assembly with Yazoo's producer Eric Radcliffe before going on to greater and long-lasting success with the synthpop duo Erasure.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: MUTI
Rel. Date: 05/03/2019
UPC: 4050538372311

You & Me Both
Artist: Yazoo
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $42.99
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Vinyl LP pressing of this 1983 sophomore album from the synthpop duo comprised of Vince Clarke (Depeche Mode/Erasure) and Alison Moyet. The album's title was an ironic reference to the fact that the duo had grown estranged from each other and recorded much of the album separately, and they announced their split a few weeks before the album's release. You and Me Both gave the group a "posthumous" number one record in Britain and New Zealand, and reached #69 in the US. Singer Alison Moyet would soon begin a successful solo career, while Vince Clarke formed the short-lived project The Assembly with Yazoo's producer Eric Radcliffe before going on to greater and long-lasting success with the synthpop duo Erasure.
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