First reissue of one of the rarest minimal synth singles ever released in the UK, cradle of DIY post-punk and minimal synth bands inspired by Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, and the early 4AD, Mute, and Factory singes. In 1983, the New Romantic music of synthesizer players John Mellor, Steve Millard, and Frankie Abbot created new waves in the sedate seaside resort of Penzance, Cornwall. Dave Hastilow, a record producer, sound engineer, and analog synthesizer player himself (who had worked for Pete Townshend of The Who), became interested in their music and took them into a local recording studio installed in an old wartime bomb shelter, also playing drums on the track and crafting the sound using the natural acoustics of the concrete bunker. The result was Let's Get Together and Memories, and he named the band Shazam. Originally released as a 7 in 1983. Limited edition of 250. Remastered by Rude 66.
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
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