Few interesting facts about Marsha Raven except the fact that she is an American singer who will remain mainly in the musical history of this end of the 20th century for the high-caliber single "I like plastic" which will be released in 1982.
For this reason alone, we had to devote this article to her.
To discover or rediscover.
Discography (among others…) :
I like plastic 1982
Catch me (I’m falling in love) 1983
You make me feel like loving you 1983
False alarm 1984
Doctor D.J. 1984
Stranger in disguise 1985
Why don’t you come back 1985
Jungle love 1986
That jealous sensation 1988
1982...one title, THIS title, was enough to bring the young Marsha back into the musical history of the end of the 20th century. A debut for the less shattering as they say !
1983... an obvious predisposition for Dance and which above all makes it possible to produce titles of more than certain quality. The proof once again with this title !
1983...well it's clear that not all songs can have the same level of inspiration. This one will be one of the titles a slight notch below...
1984...she won't produce any major hits but her entire discography holds up, it's clear. It must be said that with such a plethora of competition, it is difficult to exist at the highest level...
1984...it just missed the little + that could have changed everything because she had the potential to finish at the top of the Charts. But fate will have decided otherwise unfortunately...
1985...we would also have liked to see her in a slightly softer register, but for now it's 100 % Dance. Rightly or wrongly, that's something else...
1985...no slowing down in sight for the moment. She therefore continues her adventure in the same way as she began it, regardless of the results in the Charts...
1986...a flashy career that only lasted a few years. But the main thing is to have produced at least 1 major title, something she will have managed to do from the start...
1988...an adventure that comes to an end at the end of the decade. Be that as it may, she certainly doesn't have to be ashamed of her discography when you see the qualitative level of the whole. Good job, that's for sure !
Greatest Hits :