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David Sylvian (born David Alan Batt, 23 February 1958) is an English singer-songwriter and musician who came to prominence in the late 1970s as the lead vocalist and main songwriter in the group Japan.
There is no doubt that David Sylvian is one of the most creative musicians since the late nineties. His new album, "Manafon" bears out his rich imagination and daring pursuit of original experimentation.
David Sylvian s experimental breakthrough Blemish sees a new interpretation in the album Wandermüde, by the remarkable electroacoustic musician Stephan Mathieu.
davidsylvian.com - the official David Sylvian website. A Message from David. 16.02.12. Firstly, I'd like to thank everyone for the kind thoughts, expressed here and elsewhere, for my wellbeing.
Ozzy & Drix is an American animated television series based on the film Osmosis Jones.It centers on Osmosis "Ozzy" Jones, a street-smart white blood cell, and Drix, a stoic cold pill, who battle germs and viruses inside the body of teenage boy Hector Cruz.
The organisers of Record Store Day have announced the exclusive vinyl releases for this year’s celebration of independent record shops. The list features four David Bowie records, including his self-titled album, a double LP set including mono and stereo versions; a heavyweight 12in single of the ...
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The Artist Shop is most happy to welcome aboard one of the most successful of all independent labels, Rykodisc, on the occasion of their 15th anniversary.
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