2018 studio album by Blancmange. Louder Than War. 2018-10-12. Retrieved 2018-10-27. What's Your Problem".
Their 1985 single "What's Your Problem" only reached no. 40, and the subsequent album Believe You Me spent only two weeks in the UK Albums Chart, peaking at no. 54. The duo announced they were splitting in June 1986 after a Greenpeace concert at London's Royal Albert Hall. Luscombe released an album of Indian-influenced music, New Demons, with Pandit Dinesh, Peter Culshaw, Priya Khajuria and Asha Bhosle under the name West India Company, in 1989. The album, Semi Detached, contains ten tracks. On 9 March 2015, the first single from Semi Detached, "Paddington", was released as a digital download
Blancmange – What's Your Problem? Label: London Records – BLANC . What separates this from the album version is Neil letting loose on the 22339 riff and at the very end what appears to be a recording of a conversation with the band in a restaurant or bar. A typically nice touch from Blancmange ! This single predated the album by a couple of months so this may be the original version of the track. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Blancmange - What's Your Problem Songtext. When you used to be attached You never wanted to let go And now you're falling apart, apart. Your situation strikes me Right on my heart Your situation strikes me Right on my heart. And when you were flying high You never wanted to look down-a-awn Now with your feet on the ground, the ground. Your situation strikes me Right on my heart Your situation, that is Strikes me, Right on my heart. Indecisions they left me a long, long, long, long, long, long, time ago And now I know that a mad mans poison is another man's food. What's your problem? What's your name? Lost your tongue, cat took it away.
What's Your Problem" is a song by English synthpop duo Blancmange, released in 1985 as the lead single from their third studio album Believe You Me. It was written by Neil Arthur and Stephen Luscombe, and produced by Stewart Levine. What's Your Problem" reached No. 40 in the UK, and No. 30 in Ireland. A music video was filmed to promote the single, which received heavy action play on the European music TV channel Music Bo. .On further hearings I found myself warbling along with what turns out to be one of those rousing refrains that simply will not leave you alone. Karen Swayne of Number One said: "They're back! After disappearing off the scene, Blancmange re-emerge with a drab outing that sounds more like a Depeche Mode reject than a potential hit.
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Their 1985 single "What's Your Problem" only reached n. 0, and the subsequent album Believe You Me spent only two weeks in the UK Albums Chart, peaking at n. 4. Blancmange formally split up in 1987. Luscombe released an album of Indian influenced music New Demons with Pandit Dinesh, Peter Culshaw, Priya Khajuria and Asha Bhosle under the name West India Company, in 1989. Meanwhile, Arthur released a solo album, Suitcase, in 1994. Following a gap of a quarter of a century, Blancmange released their fourth studio album Blanc Burn in March 2011. Don't Tell Me" (1984) UK US Hot Dance Club Songs "The Day Before You Came" (1984) UK "What's Your Problem?" (1985) UK "Lose Your Love" (1985) UK Hot Dance Club Songs "I Can See It" (1986) UK "Drive Me" (2011) UK Download only.
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Written-By – Neil Arthur, Stephen Luscombe
Written-By – Neil Arthur, Stephen Luscombe
- Producer – John Williams (tracks: B), Neil Arthur (tracks: B), Stewart Levine (tracks: A)
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|BLANC 9||Blancmange||What's Your Problem? (7", Single, Sil)||London Records||BLANC 9||UK||1985|
|882 073 1||Blancmange||What's Your Problem? (7")||London Records||882 073 1||Italy||1985|
|882 073-7||Blancmange||What's Your Problem? (7", Single, Promo)||London Records, Barclay||882 073-7||France||1985|