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Au Pairs - Playing With A Different Sex (CD)

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  1. Apr 26,  · Au Pairs: Playing With A Different Sex ‎ (CD, Album, RE, RP) RPM Records (2) RPM UK: Unknown: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review. VincentPresley April 26, Report; Repetition is a cover from Bowie's Lodger /5().
  2. This version was manufactured some time between and Original album + eight additional singles tracks. Tracks 1 to 10 taken from the Playing With A Different Sex album. Tracks 11 to 13 taken from the You single.5/5(3).
  3. Playing with a Different Sex was the debut studio album by Au Pairs. The album peaked at #33 in Britain and launched the single "It's Obvious", which reached #37 on the Club Play Singles charts /5(22).
  4. The Au Pairs have been compared to Gang of Four and that's fairly accurate. But as much as I loved the "Entertainment" album by Gang of Four, I'd rate "Playing With a Different Sex" every bit its equal/5(18).
  5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Playing with a Different Sex [Digipak] by The Au Pairs (CD, Dec, Sanctuary (USA)) at the best online prices at .
  6. Opening with the tongue-in-cheek "We're So Cool," the Au Pairs' debut record is a stunner, from Lesley Woods' scratchy guitar and declamatory vocals to lead guitarist Paul Foad's brittle soloing. This is an uncompromising, defiant record: gender roles are turned upside down, as are theories about sex and sexuality, and hetero- and homosexual relationships are put under a microscope.9/
  7. Playing With a Different Sex, an Album by Au Pairs. Released on Human (catalog no. HUMAN 1; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Punk. Featured peformers: Lesley Woods (vocals, guitar), Paul Foad (vocals, guitar), Jane Munro (bass), Pete Hammond (drums), Ken Thomas (engineer, producer), Au Pairs (producer), Martin Culverwell (producer, sleeve design), Alex McDowell (sleeve design), Eve .
  8. The Au Pairs have been compared to Gang of Four and that's fairly accurate. But as much as I loved the "Entertainment" album by Gang of Four, I'd rate "Playing With a Different Sex" every bit its equal/5(21).

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