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When it comes to musical taste, the only steadfast rule is that there's no accounting for it. Why Iggy Azalea and not Azealia Banks? Why do some countries gravitate toward certain singers and songs, sending them to the top of the pops, while other countries ignore them altogether?
The Psychedelic Furs were straddling two distinct eras in the early '80s. They began, of course, as a little-heard, studiously detached post-punk band before evolving into a more widely heard, studiously detached mainstream pop band. Forever Nowwhich arrived on Sept.
Like many angry young men coming of age in the suburbs of London in the late '70s, Richard Butler was drawn to the raw energy of punk rock. So, as angry young men seeking self-expression are wont to do, he rallied some like- minded friends -- younger brothers Simon and Tim -- and became the lead singer of a band. But that's where similarities between Butler's creation -- the Psychedelic Furs -- and those of many of his contemporaries end.
Attendance: sold out. Psychedelic furs frontman Richard Butler didn't keep changing from one flamboyant costume to another Friday night at Lee's Palacethe way he used to back in the band's mids heyday. Instead, he remained clad in one basic black, nondescript outfit.
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It was released in July  as the first single from their third studio album Forever Now. Written by the four members of the group and produced by Todd Rundgren who also played marimba on the songthe song reached the top 10 of the charts in New Zealand, top 30 in Australia and the top 50 in the United Kingdom and United States. Front man of the group Richard Butler had a specific audience in mind when he penned the lyrics to this song.