Transvision Vamp were a huge band in the UK, and this was a huge hit for them. They did not catch fire stateside as much, but they still had their fans.
This was the lead single from their third and final album, Little Magnets Versus The Bubble of Babble. I swear, we aren't just stacking up the ridiculous album titles here. The song itself, co-written by lead vocalist and self-proclaimed loudmouth Wendy James, is a relatively sweet love song that is unexpected from a band known for a fair bit of anger. It was NOT a song I enjoyed when it came out, but it has grown on me of late.
On a personal note, this album was purchased by me in August 1992 at a little record store in Northampton, MA called Main Street Records. This was an important place for me in my teen years, as I bought a lot of independent music and import vinyl there - by a lot of bands you've seen me post about frequently. Main Street Records helped mold me into the music fan I stil am today. I didn't expect that visit in 1992 to be my last one to the place - but it was, as it has since closed.
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