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Dalek I Love You - Holiday In Disneyland


On this date in 1982, Dalek I Love You released their fifth single, "Holiday In Disneyland". Actually, it was a 12 inch EP that also included "Masks & Licenses", "Heaven Was Bought For Me" and a second version of the lead track. The first two tracks would also be released as a 7 inch. The A side appeared on their second album, Dalek I Love You. The other tracks did not. The second and third tracks were added as bonuses when the album was re-released on CD. At one time, the band included David Hughes (later of OMD). Alan Gill of The Teardrop Explodes was its only constant. The Liverpool post punk/new wave band with a constantly changing lineup called it quits in 1990.

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