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New Romanticism was a fashion movement that peaked in the United Kingdom during the early 1980s. Originally part of the New Wave music movement, it has seen several revivals since then, and continues to influence popular culture. Developing in London nightclubs such as Billy's and The Blitz, the movement was associated with bands such as Visage, Adam and the Ants, Ultravox and Spandau Ballet. Brian Eno and Roxy Music were also influences.

New Romanticism's genesis took place largely through clubs… read more

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  • Avatar for chicovaliati
    Ainda continuo recebendo propagandas apesar de comprar uma assinatura anual, dita, sem publicidade. Entrei numa fria?
  • Avatar for LAHardwave
    hardwave rock from L.A.
  • Avatar for Foresterregn
    Is it just me or else `cause when i listen to this tаg i feel myself like gay. And I like it.
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  • Avatar for mkdillon2008
    love this musical era! [3]
  • Avatar for shaddupayourace
    listed here are lots of bands i would never class as new romantic. Duran Duran, Visage, Human League, Japan, Spandau Ballet (at least "to cut a long story short") for sure, but most of the others are simply 80's scene bands who have nothing whatsoever to do with the New Romatic scene. which ever of you dressed up like freaks to go out and wear your allegiance on your sleeve? (so to speak). you that did this know what i'm talking about, (hint to the rest, it's not Kajagoogoo or Howard Jones)(and as much as i like them, also not Soft Cell or OMD either), and those of you that were at Blitz club... kudos, you were the scene starters... thanks to you for being so fucked up/the futuristic instigators
  • Avatar for Jaavalo3
    Lovely and Splendid
  • Avatar for Grynd
    No music was better. [2]
  • Avatar for tygdymtygdym
    No music was better.
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