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Terry Hall (born Terence Edward Hall; 19 March 1959 in Coventry, England) is the lead singer of The Specials, and formerly of Fun Boy Three, The Colourfield, Terry, Blair & Anouchka and Vegas. He released his first solo album, Home, in 1994. Below is a list of all the studio albums Hall has been involved with. Three compilation albums have been released that chronicle Hall's career through the different groups and solo work he has produced. The Collection (Chrysalis, 1992). Through the Years (EMI, 2001).

Terry, Blair & Anouchka were a musical group, active in the early 1990s. They were formed by Coventry-born singer Terry Hall, American actress Blair Booth and jeweller Anouchka Grose. Anouchka was formerly the lead singer and guitarist of Urmin Spindle, an acid folk group who played songs about the dark heart of the rural dream and their chemical estrangement from nature.

Terry, Blair & Anouchka were formed shortly after the dissolution of Terry's previous musical project The Colourfield. Their debut single "Missing," was released in the autumn of 1989 and peaked at number 75 on the UK singles charts. The trio's second single, "Ultra Modern Nursery Rhyme," reached number 77. Their debut album, also called Ultra Modern Nursery Rhymes,.

Terry, Blair and Anouchka explored Hall's love for '60s pop, as well as kitschy mainstream pop, as evidenced on the trio's cover of Captain & Tennille's "Love Will Keep Us Together. Missing," the group's first single, was released in the fall of 1989 and it didn't make much of an impact, peaking at number 75 on the British charts. The trio's second single, "Ultra Modern Nursery Rhyme," didn't even chart

Request an album send to friend. Terry, Blair & Anouchka. Ultra Modern Nursery Rhymes (1990). Terry, Blair & Anouchka - Ultra Modern Nursery Rhymes. This is yet another Terry Hall project that went under the wire of the publics noses. Every single song is ultra catchy. Full of typical Terry Hall humour. I couldn't recommend it more.