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Lover Speaks, The

Members of Lover Speaks, The: David Freeman, Joseph Hughes
You can find this performer (group) in the Internet by addresses: http://www.soulsaw.com/lover-speaks/

Discography of Lover Speaks, The, all releases:

# Cover Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Lover Speaks, The - Every Lover's Sign Every Lover's Sign 2 Audio 1986 A&M Records
2 Lover Speaks, The - Every Lover's Sign Every Lover's Sign 2 Audio 1986 A&M Records
3 Lover Speaks, The - Every Lover's Sign Every Lover's Sign 2 Audio 1986 A&M Records
4 Lover Speaks, The - Tremble Dancing Tremble Dancing 2 Audio 1986 A&M Records
5 The Lover Speaks 10 Audio 1986 A&M Records
6 Lover Speaks, The - The Lover Speaks The Lover Speaks 10 Audio 1986 A&M Records
7 Lover Speaks, The - The Lover Speaks The Lover Speaks 10 Audio 1986 A&M Records
8 No More "I Love You's" 3 Audio 1986 A&M Records
9 Every Lover's Sign 2 Audio 1986 A&M Records
10 Lover Speaks, The - The Lover Speaks The Lover Speaks 10 Audio 1986 A&M Records
11 The Big Lie 9 Audio 1997 Not On Label
12 No More "I Love You's" 4 Audio 1988 A&M Records
13 Lover Speaks, The - No More No More "I Love You's" 4 Audio 1988 A&M Records
14 The Lover Speaks 10 Audio 1986 A&M Records
15 Tremble Dancing 2 Audio 1986 A&M Records
16 Lover Speaks, The - I Close My Eyes And Count To Ten I Close My Eyes And Count To Ten 26 Audio 1986
17 No More "I Love You's" 2 Audio 1986 A&M Records
18 Every Lover's Sign 2 Audio 1986 A&M Records
19 Lover Speaks, The - Every Lover's Sign Every Lover's Sign 2 Audio 1986 A&M Records
20 The Lover Speaks 10 Audio 1986 A&M Records

[b]The Lover Speaks[/b] was a New Wave duo formed by [a=David Freeman] and [a=Joseph Hughes], two former members of the Punk band [b]The Flys[/b]. Often stylistically compared to [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Human+League,+The]The Human League[/url], the group released only a single self-titled album in 1986. Although they had minor hit in the U.K. with the song "No More 'I Love You's'" (later covered by [a=Annie Lennox]), a second album, [i]The Big Lie[/i], was recorded but never released. The duo broke up in 1988.