Stephen Duffy

Stephen Anthony James Duffy

Also known as Duffy, J. Anthony, S Duffy, S. A. J. Duffy, S. Duffy, S.A.J. Duffy, S.A.J.D., Stephen "Tin Tin " Duffy, Stephen "Tin Tin" Duffy, Stephen "Tintin" Duffy, Stephen 'Tin Tin' Duffy, Stephen 'Tin-Tin' Duffy, Stephen 'TinTin' Duffy, Stephen A J Duffy, Stephen A. J. Duffy, Stephen »Tintin« Duffy, Stephen Duffy (The Lilac Time), Stephen Tin 'Tin' Duffy, Stephen Tin Tin Duffy, Stephen TinTin Duffy, Tin Tin
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Discography of Stephen Duffy:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Kiss Me 2 Audio 1985-02-00 10 Records
2 The Ups And Downs 10 Audio 1985-04-08 10 Records
3 Kiss Me (Two Times) 4 Audio 1985 10 Records
4 Icing On The Cake 2 Audio 1985 10 Records
5 Kiss Me 2 Audio 1985 10 Records
6 The Ups And Downs 10 Audio 1985-04-08 10 Records
7 I Love You 3 Audio 1986
8 Kiss Me 2 Audio 1986 Caroline Records
9 Something Special 3 Audio 1986
10 Sugar High 4 Audio 1995-08-12 Indolent Records
11 London Girls 4 Audio 1995 Indolent Records
12 I Love My Friends 13 Audio 1998 Cooking Vinyl
13 They Called Him Tintin 16 Audio 1998 Virgin
14 She Makes Me Quiver (Version) 3 Audio 1984
15 Duffy 11 Audio 1995 Indolent Records
16 Un Kiss That Kiss 3 Audio 1985 10 Records
17 Music In Colors 16 Audio 1993 EMI Music Canada
18 Un Kiss That Kiss 2 Audio 1985
19 Kiss Me 2 Audio 1985
20 Kiss Me 2 Audio 1985 10 Records
21 I Love My Friends 21 Audio 2006 Cooking Vinyl
22 The Ups And Downs 10 Audio 1985-04-08 10 Records
23 Icing On The Cake 3 Audio 1985 10 Records
24 Kiss Me 2 Audio 1985 10 Records
25 Kiss Me / Icing On The Cake 2 Audio 1989 Old Gold (2)
26 Natalie 4 Audio 1993
27 Kiss Me 2 Audio 1985 Virgin
28 Icing On The Cake 5 Audio 1985 10 Records
29 Because We Love You 10 Audio 1986 10 Records
30 The Ups And Downs 10 Audio 1985 10 Records
31 Icing On The Cake 3 Audio 1985
32 I Love You 3 Audio 1986 10 Records
33 Sugar High 3 Audio 1995-08-12 Indolent Records
34 London Girls / How Does It Feel? 2 Audio 1995 Indolent Records
35 Kiss Me 4 Audio 1985
36 Music In Colors 20 Audio 2004
37 Needle Mythology 4 Audio 1995 Indolent Records
38 Duffy 18 Audio 2005 Sony BMG Music Entertainment
39 Keep Going 13 Audio 2003 Folk Modern
40 Runout Groove 12 Audio 2007 Bogus Frontage
41 Music In Colors 16 Audio 1993
42 Happy Birthday Peace E.P. 5 Audio 2008 Bogus Frontage
43 The Ups & Downs 17 Audio 2008 Cherry Pop
44 I Love You 2 Audio 1986 10 Records
45 Icing On The Cake 4 Audio 1985 10 Records
46 The Ups And Downs 10 Audio 1985 10 Records
47 Because We Love You 10 Audio 1986 10 Records
48 Duffy 11 Audio 1995 Indolent Records
49 The Ups And Downs 10 Audio 1985-04-08
50 Icing On The Cake (Remix) 3 Audio 1985 10 Records


Born 30 May 1960 in Birmingham, England. In 1978, [a=John Taylor] (guitar), [a=Nick Rhodes] (keyboard) and Stephen Duffy (vocals & bass) formed a band called [a=Duran Duran]. But in 1979, before Duran Duran became wildly successful, Duffy moved on. He became the vocalist for Obviously Five Believers, a.k.a. The Hawks, a.k.a. The Subterranean Hawks, and then co-founded a new band, [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Tin+Tin+(4)]TinTin[/url]". Within 24 hours of signing to Warner, TinTin recorded "Kiss Me," which peaked at 155 in the UK charts. The following year, the group signed to [url=/label/Sire+Records+Company]Sire Records[/url] in America, where the single became a club hit. A re-recorded version was released in the UK in 1984.

Duffy went solo in 1984, as Stephen "Tin Tin" Duffy, and was signed to [l902]. In 1985, a new version of "Kiss Me" made it to number 22 inside a week. Within three it hit silver (250,000). During his time at 10 he released three albums and a slew of singles.

1987 saw formation of [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Lilac+Time,+The]The Lilac Time[/url] which generated several releases before eventually splitting up in 1991. He resumed his solo career as Duffy.

In 1999, he came across an early (1978-1979) Duran Duran tape in storage and met up with former bandmate Nick Rhodes. The two decided to revisit and re-record their earlier material. The result was the album "Dark Circles" under the name "[url=/artist/Devils,+The]The Devils[/url]."

Duffy's journey continues... most notably (chartwise) producing material for [a=Robbie Williams].


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