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9 thoughts on “ Tell Me Why - Berlin - Pleasure Victim (Cassette, Album)

  1. Get all the lyrics to songs on Pleasure Victim and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  2. Pleasure Victim, an Album by Berlin. Released in on Geffen (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: New Wave, Synthpop.
  3. Find album release information for Pleasure Victim - Berlin on AllMusic. Cassette: Pleasure Victim: Amerifactors Find album release information for Pleasure Victim - Berlin on AllMusic AllMusic New Releases.
  4. 13 hours ago · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the SR, Dolby Cassette release of Pleasure Victim on Discogs.4/5(7).
  5. Pleasure Victim is the second studio album by American new wave band Berlin. It was originally recorded in and released in October of that year by M.A.O. Records and Enigma Records. After the second single, "Sex", received considerable attention, the album was re-released on January 26, by Geffen Records in the United States and by /5(14).
  6. In January of , the new-wave band Berlin released its second studio album Pleasure Victim. The album went to number 30 on the US Billboard album chart, spending a total of thirty four weeks on the charts. It is easily the best selling album by the group. Later CD releases included extended versions of some of the hit singles.
  7. Lyrical obsessions aside, Pleasure Victim actually holds up quite well as a piece of early-'80s synth pop, with two very good tunes ("Tell Me Why" and "Masquerade") and one masterpiece of the genre, the gimmicky and atmospheric "The Metro," the one song where Nunn's limited vocal abilities are put to .
  8. Berlin featuring Terri Nunn's music and discography: Pleasure Victim, Love Life, Count Three & Pray, Sacred & Profane, Voyeur, 4Play, All The Way In.
  9. Lyrical obsessions aside, Pleasure Victim actually holds up quite well as a piece of early-'80s synth pop, with two very good tunes ("Tell Me Why" and "Masquerade") and one masterpiece of the genre, the gimmicky and atmospheric "The Metro," the one song where Nunn's limited vocal abilities are put to 9/

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