An early new wave heroine whose strange fashion sense and little girl voice align her with Nina Hagen, Kate Bush, Cyndi Lauper, Toni Basil, etc. Lene Lovich and guitarist/husband Les Chappell released the startling Stateless at the end of the '70s, but the follow-ups found a dwindling audience for Lene's warbled witchery. Kind of hard to get over the fact that she looks like a cross between Betty Boop and a fascist fashionista, but like Adam & The Ants and Devo the music underneath the makeup was smarter than it looked.
|Date||ALBUMS / Singles|
|1978||I Think We're Alone Now|
|1979 February||Lucky Number|
|1979 May||Say When|
|1979 October||Bird Song|
|1980||What Will I Do Without You|
|1982||NO MAN'S LAND|
|1982||It's You, Only You (Mein Schmerz)|
|1997||THE BEST OF LENE LOVICH|
|1999 December 13||Shapeshifter|
|2005 September 13||SHADOWS AND DUST|
Detailed discography of Lene Lovich
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