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 Synthpop\\ Synthpop\\
-Ohio, USA+Cincinnati, ​Ohio, USA
  
 Love Assembly was a synth-pop comparable to Depeche Mode and Cause & Effect. According to one source, they were in negotiation with [[Blonde Vinyl Records]] before the label fizzed out. Love Assembly was a synth-pop comparable to Depeche Mode and Cause & Effect. According to one source, they were in negotiation with [[Blonde Vinyl Records]] before the label fizzed out.
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 Sven Menninger Sven Menninger
  
-  - Intro (1:50)+  - Inside ​(4:18) 
 +  - All the Pain (4:16) 
 +  - In Your World Again (3:59)
   - Learn to Feel (4:29)   - Learn to Feel (4:29)
   - Sense of Urgency (5:01)   - Sense of Urgency (5:01)
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   - Onward (3:56)   - Onward (3:56)
   - The World (4:36)   - The World (4:36)
-  - Inside (4:18) 
-  - All the Pain (4:16) 
-  - Your World Again (3:59) 
  
 "When I was first introduced to Christian music back in the early nineties, one of the first things I looked for was a Christian band that sounded like secular synth-pop giants Depeche Mode. After a few disappointments,​ this search ended when I found this indie album by Ohio band Love Assembly. From the moody, British-sounding vocals to the futuristic synths, this band has Depeche Mode's influence heavily represented throughout. "When I was first introduced to Christian music back in the early nineties, one of the first things I looked for was a Christian band that sounded like secular synth-pop giants Depeche Mode. After a few disappointments,​ this search ended when I found this indie album by Ohio band Love Assembly. From the moody, British-sounding vocals to the futuristic synths, this band has Depeche Mode's influence heavily represented throughout.