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.