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Peach Union

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The members of this UK-based trio were producer and remixer Pascal Gabriel (formerly a member of S’Express and Bomb the Bass), songwriter Paul Statham (ex-Peter Murphy’s band), and vocalist Lisa Lamb. They released a first single as Neuronic in 1996, then changed their name to Peach for their album Audiopeach in 1997. The album contained the international hit single On My Own. The trio used the name Peach Union in the US because of another band that was already using the name Peach. The group broke up in 1998.

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  • Zar-Unity

    This band is cool! They have a great talented female singer, cool beats and synth grooves and nice catchy melodies. They remind me of Saint Etienne.

    15 Jun 2013 Reply
  • vanilla_boy1

    This girl (and guys) as a band were short-lived, but I definitely love them! Down to every pore and bit of me. Yes yes yes! They're so cool!!!

    14 Jan 2013 Reply
  • bluemondayuk

    On My Own = Juliet Bravo theme.

    16 Apr 2012 Reply
  • trailerpark

    I've loved this band for over a decade. I wish they were still together. ;(

    2 Mar 2008 Reply
  • hallucinatory

    my friend's sister's the vocalist for this band, grate...

    23 Sep 2006 Reply
  • raza9

    Every time I see this band's name I imagine lots of peaches on strike because labor conditions are unfair and the Coconut King sending his armies of evil kiwis to rape and pillage the houses of the poor peaches, while their watermelon wives cry in agony. POPPED.

    31 May 2006 Reply

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