Lene Lovich  

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Lene Lovich (born 30 March 1949) is an American singer based in England, who first gained attention as part of the New Wave music scene of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Her most popular hit single was "Lucky Number," first released in 1979. She is the co-author of Cerrone's "Supernature." Other notable recordings include "African Reggae".

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Discography

Albums

  1. Stateless (1978) #35 UK
  2. Flex (1979) #19 UK, #39 DE
  3. 1980 Global Assault - Recorded Live In London And Boston (1980) Promo only
  4. New Toy (1981)
  5. No Man's Land (1982)
  6. March (1989)
  7. Shadows and Dust (2005)

Compilations

  1. The Best Of Lene Lovich (1997)
  2. The Very Best Of (1997)
  3. Lucky Number - The Best Of (2004)

DVDs

  • Lene Lovich: Live from New York (2007)

Singles

Year Titel Chart-Position Album
UK Singles Chart<ref name="British Hit Singles & Albums"/> DE AT
1978 "I Think We're Alone Now" - - - Stateless
1979 "Lucky Number" 3 - 18
"Say When" 19 - -
"Bird Song" 39 44 - Flex
1980 "What Will I Do Without You" 58 - -
"Angels" - - -
"The Night" - - -
1981 "New Toy" 53 - - New Toy
1982 "It's You, Only You (Mein Schmerz)" 68 - - No Man's Land
"Blue Hotel" - 100 1
1986 "Don't kill the animals" feat. Nina Hagen - - - -
1989 "Wonderland" - - - March
1999 "Shapeshifter" feat. Comical Brothers - - - Shadows And Dust




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