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|Origin||Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland|
|Genres||Synthpop, new wave|
|Past members||Des Moore
Minor Detail was headed by brothers John and Willie Hughes. Their lyrical themes were positive oriented covering topics such as romance and peace. Their self-titled album was produced by Bill Whelan (later of Riverdance fame), and they became the first Irish band to secure a recording contract with an American label. However, they were short-lived, splitting in 1984, but reunited for a brief period in 1986–87. In 1991, John Hughes would discover the Corr siblings during an audition for The Commitments and would soon become The Corrs' manager.
- Minor Detail (Polydor POLD 5113, UK 1983)
- "Canvas of Life"/"I'll Always Love You" (Polydor, 1983) IRE #25, US #92
- "Canvas of Life"/"Ask the Kids" (Casablanca/Polystar, Japan 1983)
- "Canvas of Life"/"Hold On" (Polydor PRD 218?, US 1983)
- "Canvas of Life"/"Hold On"/"Take It Again" (Japan)
- "Take It Again"/"Living in the 20th Century" (Polydor POSP 679, 1983)
- "She's Back"/"Wait" (RCA MD1, IRL 1986)
- Irish Punk and New Wave. Retrieved September 7, 2007
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