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Alannah Currie

New Zealand musician most widely known as the previous singer for the pop group Thompson Twins. She actually is also a songwriter that has created effective singles like “I’D LIKE That Man” for Deborah Harry. She began as a rock and roll journalist in the U.K., where she shifted to in 1977. She founded Moms Against Genetic Executive in Meals and the surroundings, a group developed in protest of hereditary engineering. She wedded influential ambient home music designer Jimmy Cauty. She’s a daughter called Indigo. She and Tom Bailey, to whom she once was married, shaped Thompson Twins in 1977.

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