Propaganda was a mid 1980's electro-pop group based in England, comprised of Claudia Bruecken, Susanne Freytag, Ralph Doerper, and Michael Mertens. 1985 saw the release of Secret Wish, their debut album for the ZTT records (also home to Frankie Goes To Hollywood and Art Of Noise). The fantastic medley of the songs Relax (Frankie's staple) and P. Machinery, by the Italo disco group P4F was an effort not unknown to many in the Euro disco scene of the time. Unfortunately though, after releasing a remix album later on in the same year, the group split apart and the members set to pursue their own musical projects. On one front, Claudia Bruecken --the lead Propaganda vocalist-- remained with the ZTT records for releasing "Laughter, Tears, and Rage" (1988), a splendid electro-pop effort in collaboration with Thomas Leer. Later on in 1991, Bruecken issued her solo album "Love, And A Million Other Things", but as far as I know since then she has been quiet in the recording business. On the other fronts, while Ralph Doerper returned to Die Krupps (his former electro-industrial outfit) for the 1989 release of the maxi single "Machineries of Joy" in collaboration with Nitzer Ebb, Michael Mertens recruited two former members of the Scottish supergroup Simple Minds, as well as Betsy Miller, a new lead vocalist, for the 1990 release of "1234" (also under the name Propaganda). I am not aware of any Susanne Freytag projects except for her vocal role in "Spirit Feel", a 1995 ambient techno album. There has been talks about a possible Propaganda reunion, but unfortunately as the time of this writing the reunion has not been materialized.