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December 14, 2014 / Posted by:

Carol Decker, the Tiffany of the British pop rock scene and front woman of T’Pau!

Carol Decker deserves HSOTD for the sole fact that she once wore a black shower puff on her teased nest of ginger fabulousness to a Christmas party in the 80s (evidence: picture above). But Carol Decker is so much more than a hair icon. T’Pau (who was obviously named after the hot Vulcan high priestess with a next level eyebrow situation) had a few hits in the UK in the 80s and their biggest US hit was “Heart and Soul,” the song from 1987 that makes you want to screw a blue light bulb into your bedroom lamp and point the fan at you before you sway in the breezes. “Heart and Soul” went all the way to #4 on Billboard Hot 100. Their next singles “China In Your Hand” and “Valentine” didn’t take over the ears of Americans the way that “Heart and Soul” did, but they were hits in the UK.

After their debut album, T’Pau released two more albums before breaking up in 1991. In 1998, Carol Decker brought T’Pau back with new members and they released a fourth album. Carol and T’Pau original member (and her ex-boyfriend) Ronnie Rogers reunited last year for a 25th anniversary reunion tour. T’Pau still tours in the UK ┬átoday and according to Carol’s Twitter page, they’re releasing a new album called “Pleasure and Pain” next month.

Here’s hoping that their new album brings them to the US because my 8-year-old self needs to see Carol deliver the smooth rap ballad “Heart and Soul” live and in person.

And those angel harp earrings should be in a museum.

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