C.C.C.P.

C.C.C.P.

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The German synth pop band C.C.C.P. separated themselves from '80s Depeche Mode and Erasure wannabes by having a tougher, more energetic sound. Led by vocalist Rasputin Stoy, C.C.C.P. released their debut singles "American-Soviets I" and "American-Soviets II" in 1986, both hits in alternative dance clubs. Although C.C.C.P. received scant airplay in the U.S., they remained a favorite of club DJs throughout the '80s, and tracks like 1987's "Made in Russia" and 1989's "United States... Read more

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