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Strawberry Switchblade - Let Her Go (Vinyl)

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  1. Strawberry Switchblade: 5 – 6 – 24 "Let Her Go" 59 – – – – "Who Knows What Love Is?" 84 – – – – "Ecstasy (Apple of My Eye)" (released in Japan only) The 12" Album – – – 71 – "Jolene" — 53 – – 90 – "I Can Feel" (released in Japan only) – – – – –.
  2. Oct 14,  · Strawberry Switchblade hit "Let Her Go" from their album STRAWBERRY ovexerunomdaetoothroocolmorethve.coinfoed in THIS IS THE ORIGINAL EXTENDED REMIX VERSION.
  3. Strawberry Switchblade - Platinum Collection - ovexerunomdaetoothroocolmorethve.coinfo Music Skip to main content #1,, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Alternative Rock The only real hits they had were Let Her Go which reached the lofty position of #59, their cover of Dolly Parton's Jolene #53 and their biggest hit was Since Yesterday /5(19).
  4. Strawberry Switchblade - Let Her Go / Beautiful End - Korova - UK () Next on Label. Strawberry Switchblade - Since Yesterday / By The Sea - Korova - UK () Previous on Label. Lists. Live Music: Vinyl Albums: 78 RPM: CD Albums: CD Singles: 7.
  5. 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 a handful of collectible singles and one LP of deceptively sweet-sounding dance pop.
  6. Strawberry Switchblade, an Album by Strawberry Switchblade. Released in April on Korova (catalog no. KODE 11 / ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Synthpop.
  7. 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. Amazon Music Unlimited Prime Music CDs & Vinyl Download Store Settings Let Her Go (Extended Mix) 2. Trees And Flowers (Extened Mix) these mixes were often made without the band's input. This is what happened with Strawberry Switchblade. The remixes are, without exception, of this pointless 80s kind. They ruin what are otherwise 3/5(3).

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