Dramatis

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Dramatis
Origin London, England
Genres Synthpop
Years active 1981–1982
Labels The Rocket Record Company
Associated acts Gary Numan
Past members
Chris Payne
Rrussell Bell
Cedric Sharpley
Denis Haines

Dramatis were a British synthpop band from the early 1980s. Chris Payne (vocals, keyboards), Rrussell Bell (guitars, keyboards), Cedric Sharpley (drums), and Denis Haines (keyboards) were all originally members of Gary Numan's backing band. They formed Dramatis following Numan's announced retirement in April 1981.

They released six singles and one album before disbanding in 1982. Two of their singles reached the UK Singles Chart: the 1981 single with Numan "Love Needs No Disguise" which reached number 33, and the 1982 single "I Can See Her Now" which reached number 57.[1][2]

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[edit] Discography

[edit] Studio albums

Year Album title
1981 For Future Reference

(also known as The Dramatis Project)

[edit] Singles

Year Title UK
Singles
Chart
Album
1981 "Ex Luna Scientia" For Future Reference
"Love Needs No Disguise"
(with Gary Numan)
33[1]
"Oh! Twenty Twenty Five"
1982 "Face on the Wall" Non-album single
"I Can See Her Now" 57[2]
"The Shame"

[edit] References

  1. ^ a b "Love Needs No Disguise". Chart Stats. Retrieved on 5 December 2008.
  2. ^ a b "I Can See Her Now". Chart Stats. Retrieved on 5 December 2008.
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