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Six Sed Red

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Six Sed Red

Six Sed Red has been played on NTS shows including Noise In My Head, with Beat 'Em Right first played on 15 September 2015.

Six Sed Red were an electronic duo active in the mid-1980s.

The group was founded by keyboard player Rick Holliday from the group B-Movie and New York "singer" Cindy Ecstasy who had featured on the Soft Cell hit Torch in 1982 although Marc Almond has since stated that her primary function was "the supply of ecstasy". They had a big underground club hit with Shake It Right on the Label Sire Records Company in 1984 produced by Flood & Cabaret Voltaire.

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Shake It Right
Six Sed Red (Flood, Six Sed Red, J. P. Iliescoe mix)
Sire1984
Shake It Right
Six Sed Red (Flood, Six Sed Red, J. P. Iliescoe mix)Sire1984
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Bang 'Em Right
Six Sed Red (Flood, Six Sed Red mix)
Sire1984
Bang 'Em Right
Six Sed Red (Flood, Six Sed Red mix)Sire1984
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Beat 'Em Right
Six Sed Red
Strut2008
Beat 'Em Right
Six Sed RedStrut2008
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