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Tuesday, 28 April 2009

The Assembly - Never Never

Sean Feargal Sharkey was born on 13 August 1958 in Londonderry (Northern Ireland) He found fame as the lead singer of the Undertones who was discovered by John Peel and became famous for their hit single ‘Teenage Kicks’, provided some of the best punk-pop of the late 70's. The band eventually fell apart in 1983, after which Sharkey teamed up with Vince Clarke of Yazoo in a one-off project called "The Assembly".

The plaintive "Never Never" single that came out of it was a massive hit which enabled Feargal Sharkey to show the power of his distinctive vocal style reaching number 4 on the UK charts. In 1984 he recorded the underrated "Listen to Your Father", followed in 1985 by his biggest success, "A Good Heart". This insistent tune established him as a potential major act, soon followed by "You Little Thief" and Sharkey's debut album, eventually produced by Eurythmics composer David A. Stewart.

Three years after his successful debut album Sharkey’s released his 2nd album in 1988 called ‘Wish’ The album was found to be somewhat disappointing by the general public so was not as successful as it’s predecessor. ‘More Love’ was the only single to be released in the UK reaching number 46 in the UK charts. However ‘Out of my System’ was released in Germany as a 12 inch single in 1988.
To download the following just click on the link
Never Never Single:
Original Video
Live TV Performance
Original Extended 12 inch version MP3
Single Version MP3
Extended Version MP3
Extended Version MP3
Stop Start (b-Side MP3)
Stop Start (Extended Version MP3)

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