Current Figures – The Grey Area - 1985 Vancouver Minimal Exp Electro Synth 4 Trk 12 EP
Current Figures – The Grey Area
Matter Music Records – MM 1000
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Record is VG+ VG++ has wear (listen to our copy)
Laminated cover is VG+ VG++ has some ringwear, light cornerwear on top left corner (see our pic)
Synth-pop, Experimental, Electro Synth
A1 Current Figures
A2 Apples And Oranges
B2 The Farmer Process
Manufactured By – Imperial Record Corp. Ltd.
Mixed At – Ocean Sound Studio
Composed By – Edwin Dolinski
Design [Digital Design], Layout – Artbase, Larry DeFehr
Engineer [Recording] – Chris Cairo
Engineer [Recording], Mixed By – Anthony Millikin
Keyboards – Edwin Dolinski
Mixed By – David Thomas
Percussion – Robert Caldwell
Performer, Arranged By, Producer – Current Figures
Photography By – David Cooper Photography
Basic tracks recorded at the New York Theatre, Dec 19-23, 1984 by Tailsman Mobile.
Additional tracks recorded at Ocean Sound Studios.
Digitally mixed at Ocean Sound Studios
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): 4848 A DIGITAL S P R
Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): 4848 B DIGITAL S P R IRC
Vancouver was a proving ground for early synth-pop experiments, with Images in Vogue and Strange Advance .
.In the early 80s, dance music became less popular in the English-speaking world. It was to be reborn several years later. Punk rock whose appeal was confined for the most part to the United Kingdom morphed into new wave. The synthesizer, Bob Moog’s 1963 invention, had made appearances in rock throughout the 70s, but a number of British artists began experimenting with using the synthesizer as the lead and sometimes only instrument. This new electronic rock helped spawn a second British Invasion. Arguably, with acts like Images in Vogue, Strange Advance, Rational Youth, Blue Peter, Moev, The Spoons, and Rough Trade, Canada was more keen on developing synthesizer-driven pop than the United States.
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