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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
Label A Big Frock Rekord
Some Bizzare
Cooking Vinyl
Members Marc Almond
David Ball
Past members Steven Griffith
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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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. (  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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