ONE THE JUGGLER were a south London band who burst onto the music scene with their memorable single “Passion Killer” in 1983 which made the lower regions of the UK singles chart (top 60) to rave reviews. The band was securing support slots for Elvis Costello, The Eurythmics and Marc Almond the world was their oyster.
They recorded in 1984 the crucial first album “Nearly A Sin” which was released to rave reviews and playing headline gigs at prestigious venues such as The Marquee, London. By 1985 they had recorded a second album “Some Strange fashion” produced by Mick Ronson which was not well received critically or commercially and at the end of November 1985 they played their last gig.
“Nearly A Sin” has been remastered by the band and no less than 9 bonus tracks have been added including the much sought after single “It Hurts”.
ROKKO LEE, LUSHI, COLIN MINCHIN, STEVE NICOL, IAN TRIMMER
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