Friday, October 19, 2007

RED - IN MOTION (1983)

Style: Synth-pop

Artwork By - Gary Marsh /Bass - Nick South; Paul Francis (track 04) ; Sketch (track 07)/ Drums - Walter Mets /Guitar - Nigel Hine /Keyboards, Producer - Andy Gold /Mixed By, Engineer - N.C. Jones /Saxophone - Frank Mead/ Vocals, Keyboards - Tony Red


01 Let Her Go (3:23)
02 Uniform Man (3:22)
03 Never Releasing (4:55)
04 Naomi (3:54)
05 Portrait (3:34) 06 Ants (5:12)
07 Get The Motion (3:51)
08 Taking Pictures (3:10)
09 Conscious Mind (4:14)

Link to download:

I want to show you another unknown gem of the New Wave era!
So here is the solo album of Tony Red under the name "Red" with the members of Glass Museum.

"One year later Glass Museum formed an Indie record company called RGM Tony Red signed to RGM as a solo artist under the name of Red for a three single, one album deal and In 1984, Red released his first album and second single.
While on a promotion tour of Britain, Red was called back to London because of the collapse of the record company and could not continue financing the project. Even though it was so close to success the whole thing was shelved."

The album never released on CD and very rare.

More info:


(coming soon)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank You very much Salty.
This album is... interesting ;)
Good New Wave (and electronic) sounds.
"Let Her Go" - i knew only this one singiel.
Best regards Salty.

8:39 AM  
Anonymous Totale Ganzheit said...

Thanks for all these great posts Salty, is there a possibility to re-upload the pages on SIOUXSIE AND THE BANSHEES?

A great more electro-oriented band I also recall from that era is GANZHEIT - do you know them?

Thanks again and keep digging up those tunes!

2:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hello Kate!

I hope you will enjoy the whole album too!:)

all the best

@totale gazheit

i will reupload Siouxsie in the second half of november:)

yes i know Ganzheit ,i have their 2 12" (Brains To The Wall and Hammer ).I will upload them soon


3:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ganzheit originally intended to release a mini-LP in 1990 ("Dynamite!"), which had superior remixes of the singles and unreleased stuff. However, the record company lost its distribution deal. This album will hopefully come out some time later this year on CD.

7:00 PM  
Anonymous Fiona said...

Thank you so much for posting this.

Sadly Tony Red died from Multiple Sclerosis on 11th December 2008

6:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please check the download link

5:48 PM  
Anonymous DJ A said...

Your post gave me a good background of a rare vinyl that I dug up on a backyard sale. Let Her Go - singles 12".
Many thanks from the Philippines!

2:54 AM  

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