Sacred Shock – Sacred Shock. Label: Schizophrenic Records (2) – #38.
Shock is the fifth studio album by new wave band The Motels. It was recorded during 1984 and 1985, and released in August 1985. It sold approximately 400,000 copies in the United States. Singles released from this album include the American Top 30 hit, "Shame," and its follow-up, "Shock", as well as an Australia-only release, "Icy Red", that did not chart. Shame" reached No. 21 on Billboard's Hot 100 listing. Both songs were aided by popular music videos. Shock" (Martha Davis, Scott Thurston) – 4:30.
A Bo-Kaap trust is determined to stop the auctioning of two pieces of land it regards as sacred at the historic Tana Baru cemetery in the area. In an attempt to preserve the heritage of the Tana Baru uprising and its sacred burial space, a Committee for the Preservation of the Tana Baru was formed in the early 1980s and in 1998 the Tana Baru Trust was formed, records SAHO. The uprising has continued to form an important part of the heritage of Cape Town’s Muslim community.
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|#38||Sacred Shock||Sacred Shock (7")||Schizophrenic Records||#38||Canada||2008|
|# 38||Sacred Shock||Sacred Shock (7", Cle)||Schizophrenic Records||# 38||Canada||2008|