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Soft Cell
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Origin Leeds, England, United Kingdom
Genre post punk, synth-pop, new wave, minimal synth, house, hi-NRG
Years active 1978–1984
2000–2004
2018–present
Label A Big Frock Rekord
Some Bizzare
Cooking Vinyl
Universal
BGM
Members Marc Almond
David Ball
Past members Steven Griffith
Website
https://www.softcell.co.uk/
Soft Cell are an English electronic music duo, formed in Leeds in 1978, by vocalist and front man Marc Almond and instrumentalist David Ball.

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First mentions of fifth studio album in the works started appear in 2019.[1]

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Discography[edit | edit source]

Main article: Soft Cell discography

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Bellow is a list of official online pages associated with Soft Cell (excluding streaming platforms and stores):

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  1. Soft Cell - Interview with Dave Ball. John Clarkson. 14 June 2019. (pennyblackmusic.co.uk)  archived
    “We are working on a new record, and we have signed to BMG, and there will be a new album, but I think that more what we are going to do now is more recording based.”
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