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01 Nov 2004 - 80's News

MORRISSEY has added another UK show to his December tour. The former SMITHS frontman will now play the Brighton Centre on December 17th.

PROPAGANDA have confirmed that they will perform in their full original line-up at the 'Produced By Trevor Horn' concert at london's Wembley Arena on November 11th.

KYLIE MINOGUE has added yet more shows to her forthcoming 'Showgirl' tour. Kylie has added new dates for the 2005 tour at Glasgow SECC, Birmingham NEC, Manchester MEN Arena and London Earls Court.

SQUEEZE
mainmen CHRIS DIFFORD and GLENN TILBROOK will reform for a special acoustic show at London's Oxford Street Boarders on November 15th. The free event, which will also feature a Q&A session is being held to promote a new book 'Squeeze - Song By Song' by Jim Drury, the first fully authorized story about the band.

MARC ALMOND
is making progress in hospital after his motorcycle accident last week. The SOFT CELL singer has been moved out of intensive care to another ward because of the progress he has made, however his family are quick to stress that his recovery will a long one.

ERASURE have announced an extra Belfast show to their forthcoming tour. Erasure will now play the extra show at Belfast's Waterfront Hall on February 24th. Erasure will release their new single 'Breathe' on January 3rd, followed by a new album 'Nightbird' on January 24th.

TIFFANY is working on a comeback aimed at the UK and European markets. The dance oriented record will be released in January 2005 and will also be made available as a download from Tiffany's official website.

A-HA are to release a special CD of rare and previously unreleased demos as part of the packaging for a new book about the band entitled 'The Swing Of Things'. The CD will only be available with the book and will only be included with initial orders. Meanwhile another A-Ha compilation 'Singles 1984-2004' will be released in November.

GARY NUMAN will make a rare live guest appearance onstage with up and coming performer Rico, who has supported and recorded with Numan, at London's The Garage on November 7th. Gary Numan is currently working on releasing some of his recent gigs on DVD as official bootlegs.

NEW ORDER's BERNARD SUMNER and PETER HOOK feature on No Doubt singer Gwen Stefani's new album, proving vocals and bass on a track called 'Real Thing' which also features an intro from former PRINCE stalwarts WENDY & LISA. The album is to be titled 'Love Angel Music Baby'. Meanwhile techno popster Moby has recorded a version of New Order's 'Temptation' for his forthcoming album.
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