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  1. Shaktiran
    Apr 24,  · Strawberry Switchblade – Let Her Go Niall McMurray April 24, 1 Comment We’ve talked a little before about the problems caused by having your career-defining hit straight away – despite what Yazz would have you believe, the only is way is most definitely not up.
  2. Yozshushura
    Yet I can't get near her It isn't fair that you should Say who can and can't see her And I know I would let go I know, I know She has a mind of her own And she's going to use it She told you to step down So you'll have to do it Maybe you'll try it again But it won't work out That I know You can't push any more You'll just have to let her go (I.
  3. Shakagal
    Strawberry Switchblade A: Since Yesterday B: By The Sea C: Extracts From LP Introduced By Janice Long: Korova UK: KOW Oct Special Edition 7" 2: Strawberry Switchblade A: Let Her Go B: Beautiful End: Korova UK: KOW Mar 7" 0: $3: Strawberry Switchblade A: Let Her Go B: Beautiful End: Korova UK: KOW 39P: Mar Shaped.
  4. Kigakasa
    Strawberry Switchblade was a Scottish female new wave duo formed in Glasgow in by Jill Bryson and Rose McDowall, best known for their song “Since Yesterday” from , and.
  5. Tygozshura
    Let Her Go This song is by Strawberry Switchblade and appears on the album Strawberry Switchblade ().
  6. Zuluzahn
    Strawberry Switchblade [Vinyl LP] A1-Since Yesterday A2-Deep Water A3-Another Day A4-Little River A James Orr Street B1-Let Her Go B2-Who Knows What Love Is? B3-Go Away B4-Secrets B5-Who Knows /5(34).
  7. Nikogis
    Let Her Go / Beautiful End, a Single by Strawberry Switchblade. Released in March on Korova (catalog no. KOW 39; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Synthpop, New Wave.
  8. Kagajas
    STRAWBERRY SWITCHBLADE Vinyl Records and CDs: From the ominous shadows of Goth suddenly appeared two young girls in polka-dot dresses, flaming red lipstick, and hair ribbons. Looking like the brides of Robert Smith, Strawberry Switchblade made a brief splash on the U.K. charts and then abruptly vanished in the mid '80s, leaving their fans with.

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