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The Mobiles were a UK 1980s New Wave/New Romantic/Pop band, whose existence was notable for their one major hit single, early in 1982, with the song "Drowning in Berlin". It reached a high of number nine in the UK Singles Chart. The follow-up single "Amour, Amour" (No. 45 in the UK) continued the European flavour.

The Mobiles were based in Eastbourne, but with band members hailing from Hastings, Bexhill-on-Sea and Eastbourne, and were led by Anna Marie. They claimed to have been sacked from their day jobs because they took a day off to appear on Top of the Pops. They followed their hit with "Amour Amour" and joined RCA Records in 1984.

Band members
Adrian David Blundell - bassist, songwriter
Anna Marie - vocalist
Chris Downton
Russ Madge
Jhon Smithson - keyboards
Eddie Smithson - drums
Tony Norman - manager, songwriter
Paul Lynton - songwriter


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