Scheme Eugene

Album: Fine Fascination (2009)
Charted: 69

Songfacts®:

  • Red Light Company frontman Richard Frenneaux (from Clash Magazine): "The song reflects my attraction, and the natural human fascination, with the darker side of life - it's a song partly inspired by the film Christiane F (starring David Bowie, about the Berlin underground scene) and partly inspired by a car crash relationship between a boy with an addiction to sex and a girl with an addiction to drugs."

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