Images In Vogue
Images In Vogue
The band was also named Group of the Year at that year's CASBY Awards. Crompton left Images in Vogue in 1986, indicating that the band was too commercial for his tastes, and concentrated on his side project Skinny Puppy. Crompton was replaced by Derrick Gyles. Nelson also left the same year, and was replaced by Tim Welch. The band considered changing its name to The Spell while recording its 1988 album, but discovered that an Australian band was already using that name. The album ended up titled as The Spell, but the band remained Images in Vogue.
That album was not commercially successful, however. By June 1988, Images in Vogue could no longer count on the support of its record label and this, combined with the band's internal conflicts, influenced Gary Smith to leave the band. Images in Vogue's final concert featuring original content was at Toronto's Opera House in November, 1991 after which the band unofficially split as members pursued different ventures. Since then, the band has continued to release various compilation CDs featuring remixes and live, rare and unreleased songs; additionally, rare, commercially unreleased tracks are made available for download by the band at its official website. Images in Vogue did reunite for gigs at Toronto's Opera House in 2002 and at Vancouver's Commodore in 2004. No full-time reformation of the band is expected as of this time. Source: wikipedia.org Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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