Open All Night album cover
Open All Night

Marc Almond

1999
Blue Star Music

Opting for a creative and aesthetic rethink in the wake of Fantastic Star’s flat landing, as well as putting out his first album ever not co-released by Some Bizzare, Marc Almond took the rise of trip-hop as a creative spark and ran with it on the moody, smoky and absolutely great Open All Night. His voice suiting the vibes that the style suggested to him and his collaborators led to striking songs like the title track, the Brazilian-tinged atmospheres of “Black Kiss” and, in a great collaboration, a duet with Siouxsie Sioux on the appropriately theatrical “Threat of Love.”

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