Why China Crisis still excites me

So China Crisis is back in Manila, probably for the third time in the past 15 years, to perform old, familiar songs that hark back to the heyday of New Wave music. Surprisingly, the British band has kept up with the times, having recorded a studio album as late as 2015.
But I must admit being aware of the group’s work only up to the “Flaunt the Imperfection” album, released 1985–a turbulent period in the Philippines, just two years after the Ninoy Aquino assassination, and a few months before the Edsa 1 People Power Revolt. I was in college during those years, listening to a lot of music on the radio and on cassette tape, in between following the news and attending anti-Marco…

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