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The Slender Nudes Studio album by Ashton Nyte Released 2002 Recorded 2002 Intervention Arts Johannesburg, South Africa Genre Indie Rock Alternative Rock lo-fi Experimental Rock Label Intervention Arts Producer Ashton Nyte Ashton Nyte chronology The Slender Nudes (2000) Dirt Sense (2002) The Slender Nudes is the 1st studio album by South African recording artist Ashton Nyte, frontman for the Gothic Rock band The Awakening. The style is described as "Ziggy era Glam Rock with 80's-induced synthpop"[1] and the album ranked 14th on the Top 30 Albums for 2000 in South Africa.[2] The album featured the artist's experimentation with alter-egos such as the "Electric Man" and "Glam Vamp." Two videos were produced for the album, "Glam Vamp Baby" (included on the album) and Need for Air[3] both of which were aired throughout South African television.[1] Album Covers The South African version of The Slender Nudes featured Nyte kneeling next to a pale nude woman. When the album was released in the US, distributors feared that the artwork would prove objectionable to the American market and proposed an alternative cover. Copies sold in the US feature an image of Nyte as the Glam Vamp, the alter-ego portrayed in the same titled video. Track listing Glam Vamp Baby Selling Skin Obscene Need For Air Too Young Hunting Fashion Forgot Noisecolour Electric Man Lilly’s World Girlie Video: Glam Vamp Baby References ^ a b Ashton Nyte Official Site ^ SA Rock Digest ^ Need for Air video on Youtube