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Live At The Lokerse Feesten 2000

Marc Almond

Year: 2000

Runtime: 01:11:37

Marc Almond shot to prominence in 1981 as the front man and face of the synth pop duo Soft Cell when their dance-orientated debut single, Tainted Love became a major hit worldwide. This film captures him in excellent form during his 2000 European Tour filmed at The Lokerse Feesten in Belgium.

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Pop, New Wave

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