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Additional singles from the album were "I Love You" (which peaked at no.
86) and "Something Special" which was a collaboration with Sandii (of Sandii & the Sunsetz), however this single (and the album itself) failed to chart.
Prior to the release of The Ups And Downs, Stephen and brother Nick formed their own design office called "DUFFY and DUFFY".
For the album's preview release, they had an exhibition of about 80 paintings, drawings, photographs, and video.
His first full album, The Ups and Downs (produced by Duffy, Froome, Jeczalik, Booker T.
Jones, and Stephen Street), reached number 35 in the UK.
Stephen Anthony James Duffy (born in Alum Rock, Birmingham, England) is an English singer/songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist.
He participated in a temporary supergroup called Me Me Me, consisting of Duffy, Alex James of Blur, Justin Welch of Elastica and Charlie Bloor.
Duffy also recorded a non-stop forty-minute early chill-out / house album in 1986 called Designer Beatnik with Roger Freeman of Pigbag, released under the name Dr. The cover photo shows the "Spirit of Ecstasy" car mascot and the album's two singles were "Programme 7" and "Perfume from Spain".
In 1986, Duffy began writing and recording music that would become The Lilac Time's first album, released on Swordfish Records.
Now working under the name Stephen "Tin Tin" Duffy (which was frequently mocked by Radio 1 DJs as Stephen "Duff Duff" Tinny), he recorded a new version of "Kiss Me" which was released in 1984, this time only in the local West Midlands area, followed by a nationwide release of "She Makes Me Quiver" which peaked at no.88 in September 1984. 4 in the UK Singles Chart, selling 250,000 copies in three weeks and staying in the UK Top 10 for five weeks altogether.
At the end of 1984, Duffy recorded a third version of "Kiss Me", produced by J. Jeczalik and Nicholas Froome, which was released in February 1985. Duffy followed this with the single "Icing on the Cake", which peaked at no.14 in June 1985.
The next album was called simply Duffy, released in August 1995 on Indolent Records.