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Six Sed Red were an electronic duo active in the mid-1980s. The group was founded by keyboard player Rick Holliday from the group B-Movie and New York "singer" Cindy Ecstasy who had featured on the Soft Cell hit Torch in 1982 although Marc Almond has since stated that her primary function was the supply of ecstasy. Six Sed Red shared Soft Cell's lyrical pre-occupations with sleaze and sexual titillation but not their commercial success. Their only brush with the charts was the cover of their song "Dream Baby" on Bananarama's self-titled LP in 1984.

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