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|Birth name||Naomi Thompson Osbourne|
|Associated acts||Caron Wheeler, Claudia Fontaine, Haysi Fantayzee, Elvis Costello, The Specials, Heaven 17, Madness, Howard Jones, S'Express, E-Zee Possee|
Naomi Thompson is a British singer.
In the early-to-late 1980s, she worked with Caron Wheeler and Claudia Fontaine under the name Afrodiziak, which recorded for Haysi Fantayzee on their track "The Sabres of Paradise", and sang backup vocals on Erasure's hit Chains of Love, Elvis Costello's 1983 international hit "Everyday I Write the Book", The Specials' "Free Nelson Mandela", Heaven 17's "Sunset Now", "The Fuse", "Reputation" and "...(And That's No Lie)", on Madness' "Michael Caine" and "The Sweetest Girl" and on Howard Jones' "Things Can Only Get Better" and "Life in One Day".