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Madonna’s “Borderline” Covered by Black Sugar Transmission

I must admit that I am a bad gay when it comes to music. The one and only Madonna album I have ever liked was her  self-titled debut album featuring “Borderline.” It was released on February 15, 1984 as the fifth single from the album, by Sire Records. Check out his cover of “Borderline”  by the equal parts jagged new wave, power pop harmony, metallic muscle, glammy swagger and techno-gasmic sound of Black Sugar Transmission.

Over the course of Black Sugar Transmission’s four-year existence, the postpunk electro-pop outfit has always strained at the limitations of genre tags. Equal parts jagged new wave, power pop harmony, metallic muscle, glammy swagger and techno-gasmic sound design, BST lives on its own singular piece of musical real estate.

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Thanks for the tip worldofwonder.net

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