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Electronic played live with Happy Mondays and 808 State at Heaton Park on Aug 4th 1991 – were you there?
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The Second Nature was the 3rd single to be taken from the Raise The Pressure album which was released in July ‘96. Listen to the EP here http://smarturl.it/secondnature 

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July 1999 saw the release of 'Late at Night'. Listen to the 5 track EP here http://smarturl.it/lateatnight

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‘Raise the Pressure’ Electronic's second album was released on this day in July 1996. Seven of the thirteen tracks were composed by Johnny and Bernard and the other six co-written with Kraftwerk member Karl Bartos. Listen again here. http://smarturl.it/raisethepressure1

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On this day in 1992 Electronic appeared on Top Of The Pops performing ‘Disappointed’ with Neil Tennant. 
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In July 1996 'Raise The Pressure' was released.  Listen to the album again… http://smarturl.it/raisethepressure upload

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Have a listen to the fantastic Second Nature EP here http://smarturl.it/secondnatureep

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‘Forbidden City’ was released on this day in 1996. ‘Imitation of Life’ and ‘A New Religion’ were the ‘b’ sides. You can hear them here on this Special Edition of the ‘Raise The Pressure’ album. http://smarturl.it/raisethepressuresped 

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‘Make It Happen’ was released in June 1999 with ‘Prodigal Son’ as it’s ‘b’ side. You can hear these tracks on this Special Edition of the ‘Twisted Tenderness’ album. http://smarturl.it/twistedtenderness1  

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On this day in 1976 The Sex Pistols appeared at The Lesser Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England. The now legendary night is regarded as a catalyst to the punk rock movement. In the audience was, Bernard Sumner, Morrissey, Peter Hook and Mark E Smith. Tickets cost £1. 
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