Pop/dance. Founder member David Harrington was the main songwriter with David McLoughlin. He played bass and later moved to keyboards. He left the band in 1985 over musical differences.
Described in 1985 as "make-up, frilly shirts, white boy funk" and reputedly sounding like "early Duran Duran or Japan". Note this is not the UK band who recorded for Wessex Records ('Oysters And Wine') in 1980 or the other UK pop group who recorded for Graduate ('China Doll') and Parlophone ('Turkish Delight') during 1981-83.
Other tracks not listed in the discography include "In The Shadow Of A Cold Stone". David McLoughlin and David Harrington recently began writing and recording together again.
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