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The band toured Germany, France, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, the UK, (but were banned from venues in Scotland), Italy, Spain, Finland, Slovenia, Czech Republic and Estonia and did a promotional tour that involved Canada (but were eventually also banned from the intended venues without having played), while instituting its new theme of liberation through sexual freedom.

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Iford is 0 metres above sea-level, according to the Ordnance Survey, and situated in the beautiful Ouse Valley south of Lewes, where Virginia Woolf drowned herself. Their music remains one of the more extraordinary manifestations of the early 1980's, combining synth-pop, post-punk, ugly jazz, song-craft and psychedelia into something entirely itself.* It has come to my attention that somebody DID buy it, and they wrote me an e-mail to tell me so, and what's more they bought it in Australia, in respect of which i can say only that 1) nobody got any royalties as a result and 2) almost nobody at all bought it.The former two were primarily a combination of sexual performance artist and gonzo-camera team; capturing closeups of stage action to be displayed on the projection screen at the rear.They were also responsible for the cued playing of prepared art videos of subject matter relating to the songs.Live Sex quickly developed a combination of improvisation and composition which led them in two directions, and which was to prove a decisive influence on Aural Witness.They lived together in the dank gothic gloom of Iford Manor near Lewes, East Sussex, in a huge room about 40 feet tall with a balcony halfway up.Could u propose such lady as it your wonderland baby.

Maybe someone who treat ladies knows how 2enjoy the life its hard to descrive oneself but I keep everything chill.

One of their improvisations - through the efforts of the label 'Very Mouth' - was played by John Peel on his famous BBC Radio 1 show.

The LIVE SEX album 'An Expression of Faith' was funded by the American independent 'Hopewell Records'.

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Live Sex was built around the trio of Peter Pick (saxes, vocals, lyrics), Wendy Halsted (keyboard, vocals) and Chris Harris (guitar, bass, arrangements).

Red Abyss switched to the Rockbitch name when the lineup changed: a male drummer (Steve) was replaced by Jo Heeley.