The Impossible (album)

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The Impossible
Ken Lockie The Impossible.jpg
Studio album by Ken Lockie
Released 1981 (1981)
Genre New wave, synthpop
Label Virgin Records
Producer Richard Manwaring, Steve Hillage
Singles from The Impossible
  1. "Dance House"
    Released: 1981
  2. "Today"
    Released: 1981

The Impossible is the only solo album of English singer Ken Lockie, after dissolving his band, Cowboys International, in 1980. It was released by Virgin Records, in 1981, and was recorded with the help of two of the former Lockie bandmates in Cowboys International, guitarist Stevie Shears and drummer Paul Simon, and other known musicians, like John McGeoch of Siouxsie and the Banshees (guitar), John Doyle (drums), Preston Heyman of Tom Robinson Band (drums), Joe Dworniak of Shake Shake! and I-Level (bass),[1] Jim Kerr of Simple Minds (backing vocals)[2] and Nash the Slash.

Track list[edit]

A side[edit]

  1. "Dance House"
  2. "Theme of the Impossible"
  3. "Footsteps"
  4. "Under My Skin"
  5. "Twisting"

B side[edit]

  1. "Too Much & Too Little"
  2. "Stiletto"
  3. "Tenderness of Fools"
  4. "Puppet"
  5. "As Good as Gold"

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