Transvision Vamp were a genuine International Pop Supernova of the late eighties. Fronted by the irrepressible Wendy James - Pop's very own Halo Jones - whose bad-girl charms were impossible to ignore, and informed by the musical vision of Nick Christian Sayer, their sound and look was a kaleidoscopic whirl of chunky guitar riffs, incandescent pop thrills, razor sharp choral hooks, and vivid comic-book imagery. They crashed the charts like a rock and roll wrecking ball, bagging Gold and Platinum-selling albums in a brief but spectacular reign. 'Little Magnets Versus the Bubble of Babble' is the band's third studio album, originally released in 1991. It features the singles '(I Just Wanna) B With U' and 'If Looks Could Kill', and was originally not released in the UK, but achieved moderate success in Australia, New Zealand and Sweden.