Snobbery & decay
Format: Compact cassette
Label: Zang Tuum Tumb
Catalogue ref.: CTIS28
Series: Singlette series no. 28
Release date: 5 May 1987
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Chart position: UK: (Starting 16/5/1987) 80; 68; 60; 77; x; x; 92; 94
Sleeve design: Intact
Photography: Anton Corbijn; Anwar Hussein
Programme identical on both sides of the cassette
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Snobbery & Decay
Snobbery & Decay
a zang tuum tumb singlette presenting Act One—
Featuring Snobbery & Decay (That’s Entertainment), Poison and I’d Be Surprisingly Good For You.
“This is the age of entertaining”
Act are the objects of your suave entrapment.
CTIS28 us a cabaret cassettemeant of Act One—
1. Snobbery & Decay (That’s Entertainment)
2. I’d Be Surprisingly Good For You
4. (Theme From) Snobbery & Decay
Snobbery & Decay is a duet between Claudia Brücken and Thomas Leer.
Produced by Stephen Lipson
Strings on Snobbery & Decay and I’d Be Surprisingly Good For You arranged by David Bedford.
Musicians: Carll Sexx, Martina Martina as Martina, Claudia Brücken, Thomas Leer, Rose “Voice” Franken, Sensation.
Special Guest: Synclavier
Claudia Brücken wears Chanel. Thomas Leer uses Akai.
Photography: Anton Corbijn.
Cassette packaged by Intact.
Contact: c/o 111 Talbot Road, London W11
“Snobbery & Decay” is taken from the Leer-Brücken musical “Name Dropping (life assurance!)”
Also available on record and compact disc.
All rights of the manufacturer and of the owner of the recorded work reserved. Unauthorised public performance broadcasting or copying of this record prohibited.
Snobbery & Decay, Poison and (Theme From) Snobbery & Decay written by Leer-Brücken and published by Perfect Songs Ltd. I’d Be Surprisingly Good For You written by Lloyd Webber-Rice and published by Evita Music Ltd.