Saxophone – Dave Tofani
Engineer – Paul HardimanWritten-By – Ed Cobb
Clarinet – Dave Tofani
|B2||Chips On My Shoulder|
|B5||Say Hello, Wave Goodbye|
|BZLP 2||Soft Cell||Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret (LP, Album)||Some Bizzare||BZLP 2||UK||1981|
|314 586 719-2||Soft Cell||Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Mercury||314 586 719-2||US||2002|
|2221063, 6359 087||Soft Cell||Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret (LP, Album)||PGP RTB, Vertigo, Phonogram||2221063, 6359 087||Yugoslavia||1982|
|6359 087||Soft Cell||Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret (LP, Album)||Vertigo||6359 087||Singapore||1981|
|6359087||Soft Cell||Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret (LP, Album)||Mercury||6359087||UK||1981|
Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret is the debut album by English synthpop duo Soft Cell, released in the United Kingdom on 27 November 1981 by Some Bizzare Records.
Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret, originally released in Britain in the fall of 1981, contained both the band's first hit and its follow-up, "Bedsitter," its title referring to what in America would be called a studio apartment.
Non Stop Erotic Cabaret. Soft Cell - Tainted Love. dl. Soft Cell - Say Hello, Wave Goodbye.
On November 27th, 1981 the synthpop duo Soft Cell-Marc Almond and Dave Ball-released their debut album Non Stop Erotic Cabaret on Some Bizzare Records. Previously Soft Cell released their debut recording in the format of the rare Mutant Moments EP, for which Marc Almond and David Ball funded the recording with a loan of £2000 from Dave Ball’s mother
Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret. Soft Cell Format: Audio Cassette. Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret. Although Tainted Love, Where Did Our Love Go is included in it's original version, it pales in comparison to many of the gems that are included.
Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret was supported with a full-length video collection, and the song ‘Sex Dwarf’ got hammered in the British Sunday tabloids for its provocative imagery. It seems no one got the iron. erhaps, like a heavy night out on the town, Soft Cell could sometimes get carried away with themselves, with everyone else missing the joke. The riff-heavy ‘Secret.
Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret is the first album released by the synthpop duo Soft Cell, released in 1981 by Some Bizarre Records. The album's critical and commercial success was bolstered by the worldwide success of its single "Tainted Love", a cover version of a little-known R&B song by Gloria Jones which topped charts worldwide and became the best-selling British single of 1981 in the United States. The album produced two more Top-5 singles in the UK in "Bedsitter" and the unapologetically sentimental "Say Hello, Wave Goodbye. In 2008, American magazine OUT ranked Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret number 66 on their list of "100 Greatest, Gayest Albums.