Chic-ism is the eighth studio album by American R&B band Chic, released on the WEA label in 1992. It is the final Chic album of original material. The album includes singles "Chic Mystique" (#1 US Club Play, #48 R&B) and "Your Love" (#3 US Club Play). Nine years after Chic's final album Believer, during which Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards had worked as songwriters and producers for artists such as David Bowie, Madonna, Duran Duran, Robert Palmer, and The B-52's, and the Chic back catalogue and its musical legacy had been re-evaluated by both music critics and the general public, Edwards and Rodgers reunited for a long-awaited eighth Chic album and the following years would see the two touring the world with their new line-up of the band.

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  • Chic-ism è l'ottavo album della band statunitense Chic, pubblicato nel 1992 dall' Atlantic Records. Include i singoli "Chic Mystique" e "Your Love". L'album, uscito 9 anni dopo il precedente lavoro Believer, è frutto del lavoro di Nile Rodgers e Bernard Edwards, i quali, nel periodo successivo allo scioglimento degli Chic (1983), dopo aver lavorato con artisti come David Bowie, Madonna, Duran Duran, Robert Palmer, e The B-52's, decisero di riunire nuovamente i componenti della band e incidere l'album. (it)
  • Chic-ism is the eighth studio album by American R&B band Chic, released on the WEA label in 1992. It is the final Chic album of original material. The album includes singles "Chic Mystique" (#1 US Club Play, #48 R&B) and "Your Love" (#3 US Club Play). Nine years after Chic's final album Believer, during which Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards had worked as songwriters and producers for artists such as David Bowie, Madonna, Duran Duran, Robert Palmer, and The B-52's, and the Chic back catalogue and its musical legacy had been re-evaluated by both music critics and the general public, Edwards and Rodgers reunited for a long-awaited eighth Chic album and the following years would see the two touring the world with their new line-up of the band. Chic-ism was digitally remastered and re-issued by Wounded Bird Records in 2006. (en)
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  • Chic-ism è l'ottavo album della band statunitense Chic, pubblicato nel 1992 dall' Atlantic Records. Include i singoli "Chic Mystique" e "Your Love". L'album, uscito 9 anni dopo il precedente lavoro Believer, è frutto del lavoro di Nile Rodgers e Bernard Edwards, i quali, nel periodo successivo allo scioglimento degli Chic (1983), dopo aver lavorato con artisti come David Bowie, Madonna, Duran Duran, Robert Palmer, e The B-52's, decisero di riunire nuovamente i componenti della band e incidere l'album. (it)
  • Chic-ism is the eighth studio album by American R&B band Chic, released on the WEA label in 1992. It is the final Chic album of original material. The album includes singles "Chic Mystique" (#1 US Club Play, #48 R&B) and "Your Love" (#3 US Club Play). Nine years after Chic's final album Believer, during which Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards had worked as songwriters and producers for artists such as David Bowie, Madonna, Duran Duran, Robert Palmer, and The B-52's, and the Chic back catalogue and its musical legacy had been re-evaluated by both music critics and the general public, Edwards and Rodgers reunited for a long-awaited eighth Chic album and the following years would see the two touring the world with their new line-up of the band. (en)
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