The longtime keyboardist/vocalist with goth rockers Christian Death, Gitane Demone began her career on the Southern California new wave scene of the early '80s as a member of the trio Pompeii 99. The group later joined with singer Rozz Williams to make up a new incarnation of his band Christian Death, where Demone remained before relocating to Amsterdam and mounting a solo career in 1989, adopting an increasingly torchy sound over the course of EPs including A Heavenly Melancholy and Lullabies for a Troubled World. After releasing the 1994 live set With Love and Dementia, she reunited with Williams the next year to release Every Dreamhouse Heartache. Demone next collaborated with Mark Ickx under the banner of Demonix, issuing Never Felt So Alive; the solo Am I Wrong? followed in 1998, and in 1999 she returned with both Life in Death and Love for Sale. ~ Jason AnkenyPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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