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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Scarlet Party (101-Dam-Nations Single)

Scarlet Party formed in Essex, England, in the early 1980s as a three piece. The original lineup was: Graham Dye,(Vocals, and Guitar) Steven Dye, (Bass, and Vocals) and Sean Heaphy (Drums). Eventually a fourth member, Mark Gilmour, joined on lead Guitar. In all the band released two singles, this being the first. An Lp was recorded, but was never officially released. Lineup changes, and being disheartened with EMI, led to The Scarlet Parties end in 1985.Here's a link for Their Website.

Parlophone Records 1982

1. 101-Dam-Nations
2. What Is This Thing

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5 comments:

bristolboy said...

strange - the scarlet party site doesn't seem to want to work for me!

The Dye brothers were the main body of the earlier band "Apostrophe" who released 2 45's in 1978 on the German Bellaphon label

http://www.discogs.com/artist/Apostrophe+%282%29

Frank Miller said...

It Didn't work for me either; I thought it was just me. Thanks for the info, and the comment Bruce.

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Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot for this pop gem. The A Side is fantastic.
I wonder if their second single is worth it.
Never seen/heard it anywhere.
POPPHIL

Frank Miller said...

Hi Popphil, here's a link for a song from it on Utube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=offrOEV1080 I might post it sometime, but in case you don't wan't to wait; here's one for sale on Ebay http://cgi.ebay.com/SCARLET-PARTY-eyes-ice-7-uk-parlophone-1983-au-/360359493756?pt=UK_Records&hash=item53e719807c Thanks for the comment!