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Siglo XX

Also known as Siglo XXX
Members of Siglo XX: Antonio Palermo, Dirk Chauvaux, Erik Dries, Guido Bos, Klaas Hoogerwaard
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.swerquin.net/sigloxx.htm, http://www.myspace.com/sigloxx

Discography of Siglo XX:

# Release title Total tracks Type of audio release Imprint date Label
1 View Of The Weird 2 Track list 1987 Play It Again Sam Records
2 Flowers For The Rebels 9 Track list 1987
3 Under A Purple Sky 8 Track list 1989 Play It Again Sam Records
4 Dubbel Album 15 Track list 1984-12-00 Antler Records
5 The Art Of War 4 Track list
6 Flowers For The Rebels 12 Track list 1987 Play It Again Sam Records
7 Antler Tracks I 15 Track list 1987 Antler Records
8 Antler Tracks II 18 Track list 1987 Antler Records
9 Under A Purple Sky 10 Track list 1989
10 Re-Released '80-'82 11 Track list
11 Fear And Desire 10 Track list 1988 Play It Again Sam Records
12 Under A Purple Sky 10 Track list 1989 Play It Again Sam Records
13 Dreams Of Pleasure 3 Track list 1983-10-00
14 Till The End Of The Night 3 Track list 1986
15 Fear And Desire 8 Track list 1988 Play It Again Sam Records
16 Answer 6 Track list 1983-03-00
17 Live Sides 9 Track list 1984 Antler Records
18 Summers Die 2 Track list 1989 Play It Again Sam Records
19 1980 - 1986 17 Track list 2006 Emi Music Belgium
20 It's All Over Now 4 Track list 1986-04-00
21 The Naked And The Death 3 Track list 1980-12-00 Straatlawaai Produkties
22 Live At Eland - Delft, 29.1.81 10 Track list 1981 Not On Label
23 Siglo XX 12 Track list 2010 OnderStroom Records
24 Re-Released '80-'82 11 Track list 1985-10-00 Antler Records
25 View Of The Weird 2 Track list 1987 Play It Again Sam Records

Belgian cold wave band from Genk, Belgium, active from 1979-1989. In 1980 Siglo XX independantly released their first 7'' single ‘The Naked and the Death’. Things really got rolling two years later with the maxi-single ‘The Art of War’. Later they signed to Antler Records which released a few of their albums and maxi’s. Their sound resembled Factory bands like Joy Division and Section 25: cold new wave, with dark basses, moody synths and depressive vocals. In the mid 80’s a move to Play it Again Sam followed, where three albums came out. The last was ‘Under A Purple Sky’ in 1989.




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