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The Art of Falling Apart

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While it has some mediocre moments, this tense, quirky release also has some magnificent outings, including the epic "Martin" (based on the obscure George Romero psycho/vampire movie), a cut that was originally included on a bonus 12", and the relentless title cut. Not as cheap or sleazy in its sound as Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret, the album was still prone to melodramatic writing and performance. By all means, miss the "Hendrix Medley," another bonus cut. ~ Steven McDonald

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1
Forever the Same 00:05:03

Soft Cell, Composer, Performer, Writer

- 2017

2
Where the Heart Is 00:04:33

Soft Cell, Composer, Performer, Writer

- 2017

3
Numbers 00:04:57

Soft Cell, Composer, Performer, Writer

- 2017

4
Heat 00:06:13

Soft Cell, Composer, Performer, Writer

- 2017

5
Kitchen Sink Drama 00:03:55

Soft Cell, Composer, Performer, Writer

- 2017

6
Baby Doll 00:06:45

Soft Cell, Composer, Performer, Writer

- 2017

7
Loving You Hating Me 00:04:19

Soft Cell, Composer, Performer, Writer

- 2017

8
The Art of Falling Apart 00:05:01

Soft Cell, Composer, Performer, Writer

- 2017

9
Hey Joe / Purple Haze / Voodoo Chile 00:10:22

Soft Cell, Performer - RR, Composer, Writer

- 2017

10
Martin 00:10:13

Soft Cell, Composer, Performer, Writer

- 2017

11
Barriers 00:07:05

Soft Cell, Composer, Performer, Writer

- 2017

12
It's a Mug's Game 00:08:16

Soft Cell, Composer, Performer, Writer

- 2017

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While it has some mediocre moments, this tense, quirky release also has some magnificent outings, including the epic "Martin" (based on the obscure George Romero psycho/vampire movie), a cut that was originally included on a bonus 12", and the relentless title cut. Not as cheap or sleazy in its sound as Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret, the album was still prone to melodramatic writing and performance. By all means, miss the "Hendrix Medley," another bonus cut. ~ Steven McDonald

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