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Make Believe - Lene Lovich - March (CD, Album)

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  2. Packed with a driving blend of acoustic and electric guitars completed with drums, bass, and heartfelt vocals, the CD combines catchy originals as well as modern worship favorites some of today's greatest song-writers. It is sure to find its place among anyone's favorite worship albums.
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  4. 11 rows · Jan 17,  · referencing March, CD, Album, PTF Lene Lovich is most commonly compared with Nina Hagen, but the flavour of this album reminds me much more of Siouxsie and the Banshees. Lene Lovich has a kind of ladylike artistry which transcends the sort of shit starter, humorous, punk ethic of Nina Hagen’s music/5(16).
  5. Lene Lovich on IMDb: Awards, nominations, and wins. (October ) Album: 'Stateless'. (Stiff). Singles released from the album are: "I Think We're Alone Now" (July ), "Lucky Number" (26 January ), and "Say When" (11 May ).
  6. I'm a long time fan of Lene Lovich, and I found this cd by chance when looking for another copy of 'No Man's Land'. I got this cd back in I believe. I read somewhere that Lene just hated the way they produced 'No Man's Land', and that that was her least favorite album because of it/5(11).
  7. The song was released as a single and appeared on her debut studio album Stateless (), which produced the single "Lucky Number". She released two more albums, Flex () and No Man's Land (), on Stiff Records. In , she independently released .
  8. Make Believe Lyrics: Make believe, make believe / Something between you and me / Make believe, make believe / Love is that something we feel / Make believe, make believe / .
  9. Jan 17,  · Lene Lovich is most commonly compared with Nina Hagen, but the flavour of this album reminds me much more of Siouxsie and the Banshees. Lene Lovich has a kind of ladylike artistry which transcends the sort of shit starter, humorous, punk ethic of Nina Hagen’s music/5(7).

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