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Kim Wilde’s ‘Kids In America’ to feature on 3 Identical Strangers film soundtrack

Kim Wilde‘s timeless debut hit ‘Kids In America’ (No. 2 UK, No. 25 US, 1981) is due to appear in another soundtrack.

3 Identical Strangers has the strapline: “There’s no-one else on Earth quite like you. Or is there…?”

Produced by Raw TV, the film is set in 1980 New York, when three total strangers, 19-year olds Robert, Eddy and David, make the astonishing discovery that they were identical triplets.

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Tracks – Ambient & Experimental

Year Of Release Artist Song title UK Indie Chart #
1981 Residents Babyfingers (EP)
1977 Residents Beatles Play The Residents (EP)
1992 Residents Blowoff
1980 Residents Commercial Single
1980 Residents Diskomo / Goosebump (EP)
2000 Residents Diskomo 2000 (EP)
1990 Residents Don’t Be Cruel
1988 Residents Double Shot
1978 Residents Duck Stab (EP)
1986 Residents Earth Vs The Flying Saucers
1989 Residents From The Plains To Mexico
2001 Residents High Horses (EP)
1987 Residents Hit The Road Jack
1988 Residents Holy Kiss of Flesh
1993 Residents Holy Kiss of Flesh (Remix)
1998 Residents I Hate Heaven
1999 Residents In Between Screams (Intermission Music From The Residents’ Wormwood)
1982 Residents Intermission (EP)
1984 Residents It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World
1986 Residents Kaw-Liga
1989 Residents Kaw-Liga (The Housey Mix)
1997 Residents Pollex Christi (EP)
1993 Residents Prelude To “The Teds” (EP)
2007 Residents The Sandman Waits (EP)
1972 Residents, Etc. Santa Dog (EP)
1978 Residents Santa Dog ’78
1988 Residents Santa Dog ’88
1992 Residents Santa Dog ’92
1976 Residents Satisfaction
1980 Residents Shut Up, Shut Up
1984 Residents This Is A Man’s Man’s Man’s World
2009 Residents The Knife Fight
2004 Residents Viva Las Vegas RMX

 

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‘Baby Sitting’ by The Corvells to feature on Netflix hit series ‘The Crown’

The most expensive drama which Netflix has produced to date, TV series The Crown has been widely acclaimed for its portrayal of the early life of Queen Elizabeth II. Season 2 is scheduled to begin at the end of this year – and this time, the story moves into the Sixties. One of the tracks to be used within the soundtrack is ‘Baby Sitting’ by The Corvells, an obscure but wonderful early 60s Girl Group/R&B track from the Detroit era, which is controlled by Cherry Red.

Listen to the track here.

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Cherry Red acquire rights to Jade & Marian Segal’s ‘Fly On Strangewings’

Back in 1970, folk-rock band Jade – fronted by singer Marian Segal – issued their sole album, Fly On Strangewings, for DJM Records.

It sold modestly at the time but has subsequently become considered an Acid Folk classic, attracting huge sums on vinyl and revered by connoisseurs of the era.

Cherry Red now represent the rights for this masterpiece, which has been reissued this month as an expanded 3-CD edition on the Cherry Tree label.

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Tangerine Dream featured on new AMC series ‘The Terror’

American TV company AMC – who were behind such iconic classics as Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead and Better Call Saul – unveil a new TV series this autumn. Based on Dan Simmons’ best-selling novel, The Terror is a fictionalised account of Captain Sir John Franklin’s ill-fated expedition to the Arctic in the mid-19th century.

The soundtrack includes Tangerine Dream‘s ‘Birth of Liquid Plejades’, which is controlled by Cherry Red.

Click here to download Cherry Red’s Licensing Catalogue

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Kim Wilde’s ‘Kids In America’ to grace soundtrack of Canadian film ‘Birthmarked’

‘Kids In America’ by Kim Wilde remains one of the most fondly-regarded hits of the early 1980s, a smash on both sides of the Atlantic.

Its power pop majesty will soon be gracing the soundtrack to the Canadian film Birthmarked, a comedy about two scientists who raise three children to prove the ultimate power of nurture over nature, starring Matthew Goode and Toni Collette, Andreas Apergis and Suzanne Clément.

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Cherry Red acquire Chris Squire’s first solo album ‘Fish Out Of Water’

To Prog Rock fans, bassist Chris Squire needs no introduction – he co-founded the legendary Yes in 1968 and played on every one of their studio albums up until 2014.

Rights to Chris’s first solo album, Fish Out Of Water (first issued on Atlantic in 1975), now reside with Cherry Red Records.

Boasting various prog and jazz alumni (Bill BrufordPatrick MorazMel Collins), the LP reached No. 25 in the UK charts and No. 69 in the US. It has never been reissued on vinyl.

Click here to download Cherry Red’s Licensing Catalogue

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King Horror’s ‘Loch Ness Monster’ to feature on Leviathan soundtrack

King Horror was a recording pseudonym for Jamaican toaster Lord Davey, who recorded some amazing ‘Boss Reggae’ 45s at the end of the 60s produced by the ‘Godfather Of Ska’, Laurel Aitken.

One of his finest moments, ‘Loch Ness Monster’, is being used in a forthcoming indie film, Leviathan, a ten-part film cycle to be shown in art galleries, conceived and directed by Shezad Dawood that will unfold over the next three years.

Click here to download Cherry Red’s Licensing Catalogue

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Cherry Red are proud to announce Captain Oi! catalogue acquisition

Launched in 1993 by the team who’d previously been involved with Anagram, Dojo and Link, Captain Oi! has been synonymous with Punk Rock reissues, compilations and new albums with over 300 releases to its name.

Cherry Red are proud to announce that the Captain Oi! catalogue is now available for licence, featuring a who’s who of Punk names such as Cock Sparrer, U.K. Subs, Angelic Upstarts, Major Accident, Chelsea, The Business and Vice Squad.

Please drop us a line if you’re interested to know more…

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The Monochrome Set feature in a new film soundtrack

Indie pop / post-punk pioneers The Monochrome Set feature in a new film soundtrack with their second-ever single ‘Eine Symphonie Des Grauens’, which first appeared on Rough Trade in 1979.

This artful, jangly guitar gem will appear in Govinda Van Maele’s new big screen, German language drama, Gutland, currently in production with Luxembourg-based company Les Film Fauves and described – somewhat enigmatically – as “a surreal village noir”.

Due for release later this year.

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