Talk:The Style Council
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Introducing - Not Debut Album??
As far as I know "Introducing The Style Council" was not TSCs debut album as such but simply a compilation of the first singles and EPs for European?? release. Café Bleu was the official debut album - I'll try and confirm this --Gramscis cousin 14:52, 22 September 2006 (UTC)
The "Introducing" album was the band's Introduction to North America, and was issued on Polydor before the band signed with Geffen records and released the slightly re-thought "My Ever Changing Moods" (the Cafe Bleu album with some changes). As an album can be defined as a collection of songs (regardless of intent), it was indeed an album.--Tednor 17:11, 1 December 2006 (UTC)
Why is this article about a British band written in American English? Surely spellings etc. should be British English for an article of this kind.
It would be a matter of making sense to put the videos in chronological order and assign them a year, wouldn't it? It seems to be rather hopscotch in order right now.
Was The Style Council a 'Sophisti-Pop' act?
Considering the other artists gathered under the banner of Sophisti-Pop, I would think The Style Council should be included there as well. Any thoughts? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Zengakuren (talk • contribs) 19:36, 11 January 2010 (UTC)