Marine Girls were a post-punk group from Hatfield, Hertfordshire. The group was formed in 1980, by two sixth form school friends: Tracey Thorn and Gina Hartman. Originally, Thorn just played guitar and Hartman was the lead vocalist and percussionist. Thorn overcame her shyness and started singing too by the time they started making records. They were later joined by Jane Fox on bass and her younger sister, Alice, on joint vocals and percussion.
Contemporaries of acts such as Young Marble Giants and The Raincoats, the group applied the DIY ethic of the time to record a self-produced and self-released cassette called A Day By The Sea. This features otherwise-unavailable songs such as 'Getting Away From It All', 'Lorna', 'Hour of Need' and 'Harbours'.
They went on to record an album Beach Party which was recorded in a garden shed by Pat Bermingham and released on In-Phaze then re-released by Dan TreacyЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- On My Mind [1982, сингл]
- Lazy Ways [1983, альбом]
- You Must Be Mad [01.1983, сингл]
- Beach Party [1987, альбом]
- Lazy Ways / Beach Party [1988, сборник]
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