|1||Safety In Numbers|
|2||Victim Of Love|
|3||It Doesn't Have To Be|
|5||Who Needs Love (Like That)
Written-By – Clarke*
|6||Leave Me To Bleed|
|7||If I Could|
|11||Gimme, Gimme, Gimme
Written-By – Andersson Ulvaeus*
|VVD 209||Erasure||Live At The Seaside (VHS)||Virgin Music Video||VVD 209||UK||1987|
|none, DS/105||Erasure||Live At The Seaside (VHS, NTSC)||Virgin Music Video, Digital Sound Video||none, DS/105||Argentina||1987|
|VVD209||Erasure||Live At The Seaside (VHS, Promo)||Virgin Music Video||VVD209||UK||1987|
|083 778 3||Erasure||Live At The Seaside (VHS, RE, PAL)||Polygram Video||083 778 3||UK||1992|
Erasure Live At The SeaSide 1987 Full Show.
Erasure is the seventh studio album by Erasure, released in 1995. It was produced by Thomas Fehlmann (of The Orb) and Gareth Jones. An overtly experimental and introspective album, Erasure contains eleven, mostly mid-tempo tracks that differed from their past output of shiny, three-minute pop songs. Most tracks clocked in at five minutes or more, several contained long synth interludes, and guest artists included the London Community Gospel Choir and performance artist Diamanda Galás.
The Seaside is the third demo album from English rock group Cardiacs. The album originally featured the second recording of what would become the band's only hit single, "Is This the Life?". It is the last of the band's releases to feature keyboard r Mark Cawthra and the first to feature keyboard player William D. Drake (as well as being the only album to feature two other musicians who were briefly Cardiacs members - Graham Simmonds and Marguerite Johnson).
Originally released in 1987, Live at the Seaside is the first concert video release by Erasure, recorded at the Brighton Dome on 17 April 1987 by the BBC as part of the duo's tour of their second studio album The Circus.
1987 The Circus Tour. The pair had performed a raucous version live at the previous year's BRIT Awards. The somewhat more tame studio version was recorded with Erasure's Vince Clarke and produced by synth-pop super-producer, Stephen Hague. It appears on the 1993 movie soundtrack, Coneheads.
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