Spray's Enforced Fun album comes in a high quality, glossy digipak.
You will also get a free Bandcamp download of the entire album which includes instrumental versions of all the tracks. The instrumental versions are not on the CD or iTunes versions!
The CD costs just £8. POSTAGE AND PACKING IS £1.50 (UK), £3.00 (EU) and £3.65 (rest of the world). Hopefully this isn't too pricey compared to the big boys like Amazon.
Includes unlimited streaming of Enforced Fun
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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The plastic bracelets on my wrists
And my lacy fingerless gloves
Give the clock a backward twist
To the era that I loved.
But, no matter where I go,
I hear, to my chagrin,
“Does she know what century she’s in?”
Gotta find a way to prove
I’m not demented, I’m
An invitation to a better time,
I won’t surrender, won’t give up or give in
Till the world has realized
That it could be happy if it would just live like
The ’80s had never died!
Eurythmics, Bananarama, Sparks,
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark,
The Buggles, Erasure, Art of Noise,
B-52's and the Pet Shop Boys,
The Cure, Motels, Spandau Ballet,
’Til Tuesday, Katrina and the Waves,
Yazoo, Animotion, Book of Love,
New Order, the Fixx and Culture Club.
I show my friends and neighbors how
They can add some height to their hair,
Yet instead of saying “Wow!”
They react as if they’re scared.
Still, I shave it on the side,
I dye it blue and pink,
Add a bow and ask ’em “Whatcha think?”
Even when their answer is
To laugh, I persevere;
I have to for the sake of yesteryear,
from Enforced Fun,
released April 29, 2016
Co-written and performed by Jenny McLaren and Ricardo Autobahn.
Co-written by Charlie Mason.
Rap vocal and additional vocals by Phil Fletcher.
Remix and additional production by DonQuibeats
A DonQuibeats Production, mixed by Ricardo Autobahn.
Satellite Junkyard (mixed) is a great radio-transmission-style journey, but sometimes it's great to hear the tracks separately. The bonus tracks are AMAZING additions to the already great album. Gareth Carter