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New Musik were a London based Synthpop group active from 1979 to 1982.

The lead singer and frontman was songwriter/producer Tony Mansfield, who was also a former member of the Nick Straker Band. New Musik first appeared on the BBC TV pop programme, Top Of The Pops in October 1979 with their debut hit single "Straight Lines" which received airplay on BBC Radio 1 from special guesting DJ Frank Zappa.

Their debut album "From A To B" (1980) reached… read more

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  • This band is a real hidden gem. Why does nobody ever tell you that they existed? Why did I have to find out all by myself thanks to a lucky accident?
  • New Musik channel on YouTube :-) enjoy! -->
  • I luff On Islands so, so much.
  • @Zilverdael: Ah, my bad then.
  • @Camaraderie: Both "This World of Water" and "This World of Walter" are existing songs by New Musik. The first "...Water" is the well-known hitsingle from the album "From A to B". The other, "...Walter" is a track from their second album "Anywhere". So, both songtags are correct.
  • "This World of Walter", not "Water". Mis-tagged.
  • i am happy to see that i am and was not a fan of this quite unknown group at the epoch, apart from living by numbers that was a greatest hit in France at the epoch
  • sustained my youth years - very great sound creativity
  • These guys deserve so much more attention than they get.

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