The Sinceros - The Sound Of Sunbathing album download
The Sinceros were a new wave and power pop band from London, England, who recorded two albums for Epic Records, The Sound of Sunbathing (1979) and Pet Rock (1981). Both albums were released worldwide and achieved moderate commercial success. Mark Kjeldsen, Bobby Irwin and Ron François first played together in a London R&B band called The Strutters. The Sinceros were primarily a vehicle for Kjeldsen's composing talents.
Redirected from The Sound of Sunbathing (album)). The Sound of Sunbathing was the debut album from The Sinceros, a new wave and power pop band from England. The album, with initial copies pressed on orange vinyl, was released worldwide and achieved moderate commercial success. This is the only album so far released on CD (via Cherry Red records), the follow-up being 'Pet Rock'
The Sound of Sunbathing" was the debut album from The Sinceros, a new wave and power pop band from England. Although the album has not received a CD release, the song, Take Me To Your Leader, has appeared on the compilation albums "New Wave Hits Of The 70's & 80's" and "Big Hits, Skinny Ties: New Wave In The . ". The Sinceros - est un groupe rock britannique fondé dans les années 1970.
Consumer Guide Album. The Sinceros: The Sound of Sunbathing Wayne Robins clued me in on why I wasn't connecting with these sly, solid, snappy songs when he told me they reminded him of Freddie and the Dreamers. Right-it's Freddie evolved from teen lies to pop candor, effetely nasty rather than revoltingly cute, acknowledging his own little failings and hostilities in a mildly remorseless voice.
The Sound of Sunbathing was the debut album from The Sinceros, a new wave and power pop band from England. This is the only album so far released on CD (via Cherry Red records), the follow-up being 'Pet Rock'. The 'Sunbathing' CD was released on 18 May 2009 with the catalogue number CDM RED 396. One track from this album "Take Me To Your Leader", has appeared on the compilation albums New Wave Hits Of The 70's & 80's and Big Hits,.
Their first album, The Sound of Sunbathing, was produced by Joe Wissert and recorded at Wessex Studios in London. The band achieved considerable radio play with its first single, Take Me To Your Leader. They toured extensively after the release of the album riding on the heels of the then thriving new wave music scene. An attempt at a follow-up album entitled, 2nd Debut, produced by Paul Riley was shelved by Epic Records and was essentially reworked into, Pet Rock, under the guidance of producer Gus Dudgeon