Electronic-pop singer/songwriter Khanoda Squillace got his start in 1988, scoring a European club hit with the single "Do What You Feel"; a tour of Germany and a self-titled LP followed, but the record never caught on stateside. Khanoda next resurfaced in the thrash band Armed N Dangerous, which issued the album SCUM in early 1989; the group quickly dissolved, however, and he returned to solo work soon after with the single "Say a Prayer." A pair of alternative pop-influenced singles, "Something to Shout About" and "That's My Desire," followed in 1991, and two years later Khanoda formed his own label, Lemon Meringue. When 1995's Lessons Learned on Leithgow St. failed to emerge as his commercial breakthrough, Khanoda began taking stock of his career, in 1998 compiling klosure. Disposable Klassix and Other Potential Failures (1988-1998), a mock hits collection assembling musical highlights from throughout his decade of recording.
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