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Searching for sparks : The albums 1985-1996

Immaculate Fools (performer)
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Title
Searching for sparks : The albums 1985-1996
Performer
Immaculate Fools
Publisher
Cherry Red Records, 2021
7 cd's
Playing time
08:06:28
EAN
5013929110205
CDR
JK249452
Placing suggestion
78 - Pop (NBLC) P - Populaire muziek (Flemish music schema)

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About Immaculate Fools

Immaculate Fools were a pop/rock group formed in 1984, who had their biggest UK success in 1985 with the single "Immaculate Fools", and continued until 1997, releasing six studio albums before splitting up. In 2015, Kevin Weatherill reformed the group with new members.

Formation, album history and tours

The band was formed in Kent, England by two sets of brothers: Kevin Weatherill (vocals, guitar) and Paul Weatherill (bass, vocals), and brothers Andy Ross (guitar) and Peter Ross (drums), the sons of saxophonist Ronnie Ross.

The band's single "Immaculate Fools" reached No. 51 in the UK Singles Chart in January 1985. Their debut album, Hearts of Fortune, reached No. 65 in the UK Albums Chart the same year. The band toured Europe extensively, building a strong following in Spain, where they had significant char…Read more on Wikipedia