Don't have much info about the bands history except I assume they are English and have a bit of ska mixed in to their music. From cottage industry records released in 1986, this track has a fantastic upbeat tune really really catchy...so there you go, anyway I wish you filthy animals a merry Christmas...this will be the last entry for this year 2014, and see yah in 2015.
This post goes out to my buddy and bestman who has been silent in the blogsphere world for a while now...hmmmm hey djkalabit where u at hehehehe ok so far I had a post titled MAX and now LAWRENCE... well guess who is next and yah knows who you are foo ...anyway released in 1986 under LC label which if im not mistaken is their own private pressing, and hailing from Norfolk UK(?) this 5 piece ensemble never repeated their once masterpiece composition which I may say also fetches a masterpiece like price at discogs that is if you don't wanna give up on getting your new iPhone 6 or a laptop, you will have to fork out an extra 500 smackerooos on top of your budget... whew. the A side cut "sleeper" is also good but I prefer the B side, much more fluid and hearfelt. Hope you enjoy it!
well this post is for djspacekid who is currently enjoying a long vacay with sun sand and Johnnie ( save some for me and bongski beat hehehe) and ofcourse with his lovely sexy girlfriend...I think? not sure coz he's never mentioned her to us folks back here...but anyway about this record, this was played in the airwaves in manila back in 87-88 and when I first heard it I thought it was a funny little song...appropriate for halloween parties I guess. So here it is ...the little ghost or as my friend cino would call his friend down south hehehehe peace brotha!!!
Sounds like flower power to me, these somewhat son's of the 60's if first heard were actually from the 90's and released this single from Vlaw records back in 1991. Indie pop gem I can assure you however never really made it through the mainstream baggy madchester acid house shoegaze blah blah blah scene, but nevertheless nice guitar hooks. there are 3 tracks to this but only the main track is what I included here. if I can also mention they may have released a track on a single along side MARCH TO THE GRAVE but this is just speculation unless someone can add some info on this.
Released in 2009 under crashing records, this full length CD comprises of 10 heavenly haunting songs that are well arranged just like what they should sound like way back in 1985. Particularly popular in east asia most especially the Philippines, fans requested that they reform and record brand new songs and hence this CD. I chose the title song of the album because it really resonates what the new wave sound is like as I remember them, although most of the songs here do, this one though, really gravitated to me as if they knew what Filipino new wavers taste in sounds really cuts right to the core, ala Care dreamy in a way with lots of guitars and harp synth stuff.
Band from Liverpool formed in 1980, they released a few singles and was pretty well liked in the new wave circuit of Liverpool that time. A favorite of John Peel the band performed a few sessions for him. This 12" single was released in 1984, and I personally like the cut because of the dance beats.
Back in the annals of 1983, a nice little synth pop group from the UK. The song reminds me of JIMMY JIMMY kinda, catchy and quirky to say the least. Instrumentals at the middle of the song is funky(ish) and I like it. Hope you listeners enjoy it...this is definitely not a run for your money if you happen to buy this single. To my amigos kumpadres homies "wer da heck are you guys at" !!!!!!