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The Best Flesh for Lulu Albums, Ranked

Updated March 29, 2019 146 votes 48 voters5 items

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We're ranking the best Flesh for Lulu albums of all time. One of the best gothic rock bands, Flesh for Lulu's discography features several popular songs, like "I Go Crazy" and "Roman Candle." What is the greatest Flesh for Lulu album ever?

From their self-titled debut album to their 1989 album Plastic Fantastic, this list of Flesh for Lulu albums also includes Big Fun City, Long Live the New Flesh, and Gigantic, which was the self-titled album from a new band formed by Nick Marsh and Rocco.

Vote up the best Flesh for Lulu albums, and vote down the ones that were disappointing.

  • Photo: Virgin Records
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    Big Fun City

    1. Baby Hurricane
    2. Cat Burglar
    3. Let Go
    4. Vaguely Human
    5. Rent Boy
    6. Golden Handshake Girl
    7. In Your Smile
    8. Blue
    9. Laundromat Kat
    10. Just One Second

    • Release Date: 1985
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  • Photo: Polydor
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    Flesh for Lulu

    1. Restless
    2. Dog Dog Dog 
    3. Hyena
    4. Coming Down   
    5. Jigsaw Puzzle  
    6. Subterraneans
    7. Brainburst 
    8. Peace And Love  
    9. So Strong 
    10. Heavy Angel

    • Release Date: 1984
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  • Photo: Beggars Banquet Music Ltd
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    Long Live the New Flesh

    1. I Go Crazy
    2. Postcards From Paradise
    3. Hammer of Love
    4. Siamese Twist
    5. Sooner or Later
    6. Lucky Day
    7. Sleeping Dogs
    8. Good for You
    9. Crash
    10. Way to Go
    11. Dream on Cowboy

    • Release Date: 1987
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  • Photo: Capitol Records
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    Plastic Fantastic

    1. Decline and Fall
    2. House of Cards
    3. Time and Space
    4. Every Little Word
    5. Slowdown
    6. Highwire
    7. Slide
    8. Day One
    9. Choosing You
    10. Stupid on the Street
    11. Avenue
    12. Plastic Fantastic

    • Release Date: 1989
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