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Vince Clarke in Maine
Vince Clarke recorded Erasure's new album, "Light at the End of the World," in Maine, near the town where he is enjoying a very non-rock star life with his family. (Fred Field for the Boston Globe) Fred Field for the Boston Globe

Vince Clarke in wonderland

He's the man behind Erasure and a pioneer of British technopop. What is he doing in Maine?

By Steve Greenlee
Globe Staff / May 22, 2007

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The drive to Vince Clarke's house heads into the quaint, quintessentially New England village of Damariscotta , then snakes through the downtown, goes out past town limits, and runs through a rural area of open fields. When the pavement turns to dirt and the trees grow dense, it begins to sink in, just how strange it is ... (Full article: 1380 words)

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