Endgames is a Scottish Dance-pop band, who had some success in the 1980s with singles such as "First-Last-For Everything", "Waiting For Another Chance", and "Ecstasy". Not being among the power players in their day, they are still a charming reminder of the New Wave heyday.
Origins and early years
Endgames were formed in Glasgow by David Rudden, former bass player in the Scottish "Futurist" band Berlin Blondes. They were signed to EMI Records and moved to London, but Rudden left in Summer 1980 after the recording of their debut album has been completed. He went back to Scotland and formed his own band, becoming its vocalist and bassist. He was joined by his school friends, noted local musicians: Paul Wishart (Saxophone, Flute), who earlier that year, by Rudden's suggestion, accompanied Simple Minds on their "Empires and Dance" tour; and David Murdoch (Keyboards). David Wilde (Drums) completed this line-upЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- We Feel Good (Future's Looking Fine) [1982, сингл]
- Building Beauty [1983, альбом]
- Love Cares [1983, сингл]
- Waiting for Another Chance [1983, сингл]
- More Beauty: B-Sides and Rarities [сборник]