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  1. Mikamuro says:
    The quartet debuted in with the single ‘You And I’/’Cabbage’, following it up a year later with their sole album, Labour Of Love. The group subsequently split into two halves: Asquith and Briottet formed Renegade Soundwave, while Allen and Cox remained with 4AD for their new project, The Wolfgang Press.
  2. Kigami says:
    Jun 18,  · After Rema-Rema split, Gary Asquith, Mick Allen, and Mark Cox formed arty post-punk outfit Mass with Danny Briottet. The quartet debuted in with the "You And I"/"Cabbage", following it up a year later with their sole album Labour Of Love.4/5(1).
  3. Ararr says:
    Oct 03,  · Labour of Love review – James Graham's witty take on party's thorny past 4 / 5 stars 4 out of 5 stars. suggests that a love of Labour is never entirely lost.
  4. Mezikinos says:
    Apr 27,  · Labour of Love is noisy and dark – cacophony turns into darkness and darkness turns into harmony. “Isn’t Life Nice?” Mass asks rhetorically in the tremendously clashing song that sounds somewhat as a gargoyle’s gothic blues – yes, life is nice but not for those who listens to Labour of Love day in and day out. There are not many words on the entire album so it is a sort of “Elephant Talk”/5(4).
  5. Fauzshura says:
    After Rema-Rema split, Gary Asquith, Mick Allen, and Mark Cox formed arty post-punk outfit Mass with Danny Briottet. The quartet debuted in with the single ‘You And I’/’Cabbage’, following it up a year later with their sole album, ‘Labour Of Love’.
  6. Zulkilkree says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Labour Of Love on Discogs.3/5(1).
  7. Dulkis says:
    Mar 08,  · The music of Mass exudes the concentrated essence of mania from every pore. Dark, intense, driven and disturbed. The raw, uncompromising and epic sound of Rema-Rema taken to the ultimate level. Music to soar to, Icarus flying too close to /5(69).

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