Release date: 01/06/1991
Genre: Indiepop, Dance
England Made Me is the first solo album by Cath Carroll, originally released by Factory Records in 1991. Recorded in Sheffield, London, Chicago and Sao Paulo, this polished set offers a smooth yet sometimes sinister amalgam of moody dance, sensuous daydreams and warped bossa nova.
Remastered by Cath and Kerry Kelekovich, with four bonus tracks plus liner notes and original artwork.
1. Moves Like You
3. Beast on the Streets
4. Train You're On
5. Send Me Over
7. Watching You
8. Next Time (He's Mine)
9. To Close Your Eyes Forever
10. Too Good To Live
11. Moves Like You (7" remix)
12. Send Me Over (alternate mix)
13. Beast on the Streets (John Fryer remix)
14. England Made Me
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