Soho

UK pop trio known for "Hippychick"
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Soho Biography (Wikipedia)

Soho was an English pop trio, consisting of the sisters Jacqueline (Jacqui) Cuff and Pauline Cuff, with Timothy London. Other members of the group over the years have been Dukie D (original programmer and electro-visionary), Liam Gillick (now a well-known artist – Gillick added live bites from vinyl at early gigs), Eds Chesters (now of The Bluetones), Leigh Gorman (ex Bow Wow Wow) and Barry Smith (of Add N To X). Also for a while, Bob and Henry Morris, who previously played with the trio when they were known as Groovalax.

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Hippychick
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Sweet Thing (Radio Session, 8 Nov 1987)
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Sweet Thing (Radio Session, 8 Nov 1987)
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Piece Of You (Radio Session, 8 Nov 1987)
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Piece Of You (Radio Session, 8 Nov 1987)
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I'm A Receiver (Radio Session, 8 Nov 1987)
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I'm A Receiver (Radio Session, 8 Nov 1987)
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Hippychick (album version)
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Hippychick (album version)
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