New material for Visage finally therePosted on 20/11/07
Steve Strange has written a new song with new school Visage member Ross Tregenza (previously of Goteki), and old school Visage member Dave Formula. This song is being given away from there website in return for a donation to the charity 'Children in need' which has a week of awareness at this time in the UK. Visit www.visagemusic.com/donate to send your paypal donation of any amount of money, and be sent to a page to download the brand new track "Diary of a madman". In related news, Steve Strange has spent the last three weeks on a UK celebrity reality show called "Celebrity scissorhands" which raises money for the 'Children In Need' charity.
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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