|A5||You In The Night|
|B3||Too Much Too Soon|
|B5||Twilight Of Idols|
|25909, EPC 25909||Fashiøn*||Twilight Of Idols (LP, Album)||De Stijl , Epic||25909, EPC 25909||UK & Europe||1984|
|KSF 2960||Fashiøn*||Twilight Of Idols (LP, Album)||Epic||KSF 2960||South Africa||1984|
|FE 39427||Fashion||Twilight Of Idols (LP, Album)||Epic||FE 39427||Canada||1984|
|BFE 39427||Fashion||Twilight Of Idols (LP, Album)||Epic||BFE 39427||US||1984|
|CDM RED 392||Fashiøn*||Twilight Of Idols (CD, Album, RE)||Cherry Red||CDM RED 392||UK||2009|
Twilight of Idols was Fashion's 1984 album produced by Zeus B. Held and their only to feature singer/songwriter Alan Darby. The track "Eye Talk" was released as a UK single, reaching No. 69 in February 1984 having been preceded in the charts by Fashion's earlier single releases: "Streetplayer (Mechanik)" and "Love Shadow". The album was reissued on CD for the first time in March 2009 by Cherry Red Records, featuring 4 bonus tracks. Eye Talk" (Alan Thomas Darby) – 3:24. Dreaming" (Darby) – 4:12.
Fashion – Twilight Of Idols. Label: Epic – FE 39427. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Performer, Arranged By – Fashion. Photography, Artwork By – Roslav Szaybo. Producer – Zeus B. Held. Technician – Denis Vanzetto, Marc Frank, Nick Jones (6). Vocals, Programmed By – Mulligan (2). Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar – Alan Darby.
Originally released in 1984, Twilight of Idols was the most commercial sounding release by the band and featured the debut of new lead vocalist/guitarist Alan Darby. The CD booklet features the original sleeve design and is accompanied by sleeve notes, discography and all the single sleeves taken from the original album. Fashion arose from the ashes of the Punk/New Wave explosion of the late 70's. Hailing from Birmingham, the band released their first album on their own indie label before signing to Arista Records and then moving on to CBS Records for Twilight of Idols.
Twilight of Idols was Fashion's 1984 album produced by Zeus B. 69 in February 1984 having been preceded in the charts by Fashion's earlier single releases: "Streetplayer. 1984 studio album by Fashion.
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Twilight of the Idols (disambiguation). Redirected from Twilight of Idols). Twilight of the Idols is an 1889 book by Friedrich Nietzsche. It may also refer to: "Twilight of Idols", 1917 essay by Randolph Bourne. Twilight of Idols (Fashion album), 1984 album by new wave band Fashion. Twilight of the Idols (Gorgoroth album), 2003 album by black metal band Gorgoroth. Twilight of the Idols (Slough Feg album), 1999 album by heavy metal band Slough Feg. Twilight of the Gods (disambiguation).