Friday 15 January 2016

Mad Tea Party ‎– "Hide And Seek" (Vanity Records ‎– VA-S2) 1980

Vanity released three 'Classic' singles, this being the best according to my tastes,which were firmly molded by the immediate UK post-punk period ; as if you didn't know.
This collection of three heavily UK influenced tunes (can you call 'three' a collection?);could have easily been a Rough Trade release,with its untuned GangofFour-isms, as fronted by Claire Grogan on Valium. Pop music has never sounded better,especially Japanese Pop Music.


A Hide And Seek 3:42
B1 Modern Time's Pop 2:08
B2 In A Tea Bag 4:21

DOWNLOAD and seek no more HERE!


Dan Geist said...

Terrific stuff. Is there a producer credit? The mix is cray the best way.

Jonny Zchivago said...

yep, it was Vanity records supremo and Music Journalist, Yuzuru Agi.He produced most of the records on Vanity.

Dizzy said...