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* RefrainFromAssuming: That song where he loudly sings "that's alright, we can just ''DANCE ALL NIGHT''" as part of the chorus is named... "Fireflies in Summer".

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* RefrainFromAssuming: That song where he loudly sings the chorus goes "that's alright, we can just ''DANCE ALL NIGHT''" as part of the chorus ''[[PunctuatedForEmphasis DANCE. ALL. NIGHT]]''" is named... "Fireflies in Summer".


Alex Johnson (aliases: Alix Plain, (St.) Ché) is an English musician. He played in the punk band Music/ModernEon from 1978 to 1981, when the group dissolved, then resurged as a solo artist under the moniker Ché (sometimes prefixed "St."). As Ché, he released three singles spaced apart by three years: "What You've Been Through Is Love" (1983), "Be My (Powerstation)" (1986), and a Bobby Womack cover "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much" (1989). He released his only studio album, ''Narcotic'', in 1989. It contained 5 new tracks, remixes of "What You've Been Through Is Love (Scream Like A Swift)" and "Be My (Powerstation)", and the 12" mix of "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much" and its B-side "Fireflies in Summer" ad-verbum. Where his career went since then is unknown.

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Alex Johnson (aliases: Alix Plain, (St.) Ché) is an English musician. He played in provided guitar and vocals to the punk band Music/ModernEon from 1978 to 1981, when the group dissolved, 1981 (the group's dissolution), then resurged as a solo artist under the moniker Ché (sometimes prefixed "St."). As Ché, he released three singles spaced apart by three years: "What You've Been Through Is Love" (1983), "Be My (Powerstation)" (1986), and a Bobby Womack cover "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much" (1989). He released his only studio album, ''Narcotic'', in 1989. It contained 5 new tracks, remixes of "What You've Been Through Is Love (Scream Like A Swift)" and "Be My (Powerstation)", and the 12" mix of "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much" and its B-side "Fireflies in Summer" ad-verbum. Where his career went since then is unknown.


* SurpriseCreepy: For a peppy {{Silly Love Song|s}}, "Be My (Powerstation)" sure gets creepy at the end. The "radio mix" covers this up by stopping shortly before the 4-minute mark, and the Razormaid! edit cuts around the 12" mix so the middle 4 minutes are all the cute stuff (though uses the late part of Swarthy as an intro).

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* SurpriseCreepy: For a peppy {{Silly Love Song|s}}, "Be My (Powerstation)" sure gets creepy at the end. The "radio mix" covers this up by stopping cutting off shortly before the 4-minute mark, and the Razormaid! edit cuts around the 12" mix so the middle 4 minutes are all the cute stuff (though uses the late part of Swarthy as an intro).


* SurpriseCreepy: For a peppy {{Silly Love Song|s}}, "Be My (Powerstation)" sure gets creepy at the end. The radio edit covers this up by stopping shortly before the 4-minute mark, and the Razormaid! edit cuts around the 12" mix so the middle 4 minutes are all the cute stuff (though uses the late part of Swarthy as an intro).

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* SurpriseCreepy: For a peppy {{Silly Love Song|s}}, "Be My (Powerstation)" sure gets creepy at the end. The radio edit "radio mix" covers this up by stopping shortly before the 4-minute mark, and the Razormaid! edit cuts around the 12" mix so the middle 4 minutes are all the cute stuff (though uses the late part of Swarthy as an intro).

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* RefrainFromAssuming: That song where he loudly sings "that's alright, we can just ''DANCE ALL NIGHT''" as part of the chorus is named... "Fireflies in Summer".


* The beat and bassline of "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much" is very similar to "Taxcider", a track on another [=LeBlanc=] solo album from 1989, ''Stranger than Fiction''; however, Fats Comet was not credited for the single or its appearance on ''Narcotic''.

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* The beat and bassline of "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much" is very similar to "Taxcider", a track on another [=LeBlanc=] solo album from 1989, ''Stranger than Fiction''; however, Fiction''. However, Fats Comet was not credited for the single or its appearance on ''Narcotic''.


* "Be My (Powerstation)" was produced by Fats Comet. In the same year, an extended version of the "Swarthy" mix's outro appeared as "Heaven on Earth" on their drummer Music/KeithLeBlanc's first solo album, ''Major Malfunction''. The first track on ''Major Malfunction'', "Get This", also reuses its distinct distorted percussion sound, as well as the "I want you to get this, beloved!" sample.

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* "Be My (Powerstation)" was produced by Fats Comet. In the same year, an An extended version of the "Swarthy" mix's outro appeared as "Heaven on Earth" on their drummer Music/KeithLeBlanc's first solo album, ''Major Malfunction''.Malfunction'', which was released in the same year. The first track on ''Major Malfunction'', "Get This", also reuses its distinct distorted percussion sound, as well as the "I want you to get this, beloved!" sample.


* "Be My (Powerstation)" was produced by Fats Comet, and an extended version of "Be My (Powerstation) (Swarthy Mix)"'s outro would appear as "Heaven on Earth" on their drummer Music/KeithLeBlanc's first solo album, ''Major Malfunction'', which was released in the same year. The first track on ''Major Malfunction'', "Get This", also reuses its distinct distorted percussion sound, as well as the "I want you to get this, beloved!" sample.

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* "Be My (Powerstation)" was produced by Fats Comet, and Comet. In the same year, an extended version of "Be My (Powerstation) (Swarthy Mix)"'s the "Swarthy" mix's outro would appear appeared as "Heaven on Earth" on their drummer Music/KeithLeBlanc's first solo album, ''Major Malfunction'', which was released in the same year.Malfunction''. The first track on ''Major Malfunction'', "Get This", also reuses its distinct distorted percussion sound, as well as the "I want you to get this, beloved!" sample.


* SurpriseCreepy: For a peppy {{Silly Love Song|s}}, "Be My (Powerstation)" sure gets creepy at the end. The radio edit covers this up by stopping shortly before the 4-minute mark, and the Razormaid! edit cuts around various mixes so the middle 4 minutes are all the cute stuff.

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* SurpriseCreepy: For a peppy {{Silly Love Song|s}}, "Be My (Powerstation)" sure gets creepy at the end. The radio edit covers this up by stopping shortly before the 4-minute mark, and the Razormaid! edit cuts around various mixes the 12" mix so the middle 4 minutes are all the cute stuff.stuff (though uses the late part of Swarthy as an intro).


* SurpriseCreepy: For a peppy {{Silly Love Song|s}}, "Be My (Powerstation)" sure gets creepy at the end. The radio edit covers this up by stopping shortly before the 4-minute mark, and the Razormaid! edit cuts around the 12" mix so the middle 4 minutes are all the cute stuff.

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* SurpriseCreepy: For a peppy {{Silly Love Song|s}}, "Be My (Powerstation)" sure gets creepy at the end. The radio edit covers this up by stopping shortly before the 4-minute mark, and the Razormaid! edit cuts around the 12" mix various mixes so the middle 4 minutes are all the cute stuff.


* The beat and bassline of "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much" is also very similar to "Taxcider", a track on another [=LeBlanc=] solo album from 1989, ''Stranger than Fiction''; however, Fats Comet was not credited for the single or its appearance on ''Narcotic''.

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* The beat and bassline of "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much" is also very similar to "Taxcider", a track on another [=LeBlanc=] solo album from 1989, ''Stranger than Fiction''; however, Fats Comet was not credited for the single or its appearance on ''Narcotic''.


* EpicRocking: The "Be My (Powerstation)" A-side runs ''nine minutes!'' 5 of the 9 songs in ''Narcotic'' qualify as well.

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* EpicRocking: The "Be My (Powerstation)" A-side A-side, all one track, runs ''nine minutes!'' 5 of the 9 songs in ''Narcotic'' qualify as well.


Alex Johnson (aliases: Alix Plain, (St.) Ché) is an English musician. He played in the punk band Music/ModernEon from 1978 to 1981, when the group dissolved, then resurged as a solo artist under the moniker Ché. As Ché, he released three singles spaced apart by three years: "What You've Been Through Is Love" (1983), "Be My (Powerstation)" (1986), and a Bobby Womack cover "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much" (1989). He released his only studio album, ''Narcotic'', in 1989. It contained 5 new tracks, remixes of "What You've Been Through Is Love (Scream Like A Swift)" and "Be My (Powerstation)", and the 12" mix of "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much" and its B-side "Fireflies in Summer" ad-verbum. Where his career went since then is unknown.

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Alex Johnson (aliases: Alix Plain, (St.) Ché) is an English musician. He played in the punk band Music/ModernEon from 1978 to 1981, when the group dissolved, then resurged as a solo artist under the moniker Ché.Ché (sometimes prefixed "St."). As Ché, he released three singles spaced apart by three years: "What You've Been Through Is Love" (1983), "Be My (Powerstation)" (1986), and a Bobby Womack cover "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much" (1989). He released his only studio album, ''Narcotic'', in 1989. It contained 5 new tracks, remixes of "What You've Been Through Is Love (Scream Like A Swift)" and "Be My (Powerstation)", and the 12" mix of "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much" and its B-side "Fireflies in Summer" ad-verbum. Where his career went since then is unknown.


Of note was the musical imprint on his solo work left by the band Music/FatsComet:
* "Be My (Powerstation)" was produced by them, and an extended version of "Be My (Powerstation) (Swarthy Mix)"'s outro would appear as "Heaven on Earth" on Fats Comet drummer Music/KeithLeBlanc's first solo album, ''Major Malfunction'', which was released in the same year. The first track on ''Major Malfunction'', "Get This", also reuses its distinct distorted percussion sound, as well as the "I want you to get this, beloved!" sample.

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Of note was the musical imprint on his solo work left by connection to the band Music/FatsComet:
* "Be My (Powerstation)" was produced by them, Fats Comet, and an extended version of "Be My (Powerstation) (Swarthy Mix)"'s outro would appear as "Heaven on Earth" on Fats Comet their drummer Music/KeithLeBlanc's first solo album, ''Major Malfunction'', which was released in the same year. The first track on ''Major Malfunction'', "Get This", also reuses its distinct distorted percussion sound, as well as the "I want you to get this, beloved!" sample.


Of note was his connection to the band Music/FatsComet:

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Of note was the musical imprint on his connection to solo work left by the band Music/FatsComet:

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