A 18 track vocal-pop album (1h 12m 50s) — released July 16th 2012 on New Sound Dimensions

Nouvelle Vague Live in Barreiro at the Auditório Municipal Augusto Cabrita, Portugal (05th of february 2009) - strictly acoustic versions of 18 original songs by The Cure, Joy Division, Buzzcocks, Blondie, The Clash, New Order, Yazoo, Depeche Mode, Eurythmics, and many more.

There's not much to say about Nouvelle Vague, they had a huge success after the release of their first album in 2004 and become one of the most important and famous bands covering 80's pop/indie/wave hits. After the fantastic reaction to "Aula Magna" live show and CD/DVD release the band decided to make an Acoustic Tour with shows on small theatres to give audience a more intimate atmosphere and again the final result was a big surprise. These release it's just a proof of that. Good sound quality and an interesting new point of view on their original covers. After these Nouvelle Vague performed more Acoustic shows through the world. Initially released with two different sold out releases (Silk Paper print and Cardboard box) and due to fans big demand the label is releasing a Jewel Case version also with limited press.

- Artist set up: Melanie Pain (Vocals), Marc Collin (Piano), Oliver Libaux (Guitar), Gerald Toto (Guitar/Vocals), Nicolas Fau (Engineer), Luis Carlos (Producer).

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