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8 thoughts on “ Be Free With Your Love - Spandau Ballet - Heart Like A Sky (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. The album was released shortly before the band's break-up and was never issued in the U.S. Features the singles 'Be Free With Your Love' and 'Raw' plus the fan-favorite 'Empty Spaces'. Spandau Ballet formed in London in The band were inspired by, and an /5(33).
  2. Heart Like a Sky is the sixth studio album by the band Spandau primbalnedipmofulpiducmonsrenlidi.co was released on 18 September by CBS primbalnedipmofulpiducmonsrenlidi.co album was mainly distributed in continental Europe. It was the group's last release before disbanding, and only achieved commercial success in Italy and the Netherlands.. Track listing. All tracks are written by Gary Kemp, except "Motivator" by Steve Norman.
  3. Heart Like a Sky is the sixth studio album by the band Spandau Ballet. It was released on 18 September by CBS Records. The album was mainly distributed in continental Europe. It was the group's last release before disbanding, and only achieved commercial success 5/5(21).
  4. Check out Heart Like A Sky by Spandau Ballet on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on primbalnedipmofulpiducmonsrenlidi.co Vinyl £ 6 Used from £ 1 New from £ Audio Cassette £ Unfortunately, this was a sign of things to come for the album itself. "Be Free With Your Love", a wonderful latino/hispanic styled summer /5(36).
  5. Spandau Ballet – Be Free With Your Love Lyrics from album: Heart Like A Sky () Be free with your love.
  6. Originally released in , Heart Like a Sky was the final studio album from the British New Romantic band who had achieved great success in the early to mid '80s, but essentially self-destructed by the time Heart Like a Sky was released/5(35).
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  8. Spandau Ballet (/ ˈ s p æ n d aʊ ˈ b æ l eɪ / SPAN-dow BAL-ay) were an English New Romantic band formed in Islington, London, in Inspired by the capital's post-punk underground dance scene, they emerged at the start of the s as the house band for the Blitz Kids, playing "White European Dance Music" as "The Applause" for this new club culture's audience.

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