Mi-Sex (also spelt MiSex) is a New Zealand new wave rock band that was originally active from 1977 to 1986. Led by Steve Gilpin as vocalist, Kevin Stanton as guitarist and songwriter and Don Martin as bassist, they were best known for their singles "Computer Games" in 1979 and "People" in 1980. They were also known for their cutting edge production and dynamic live shows.
Mi-Sex evolved from the band Fragments of Time, a band which itself formed from members of earlier bands Father Time and Think. The band centred on a trio of performers: Steve Gilpin (vocals), Don Martin (bass), and Kevin Stanton (guitar/songwriting/vocals).
Gilpin had earlier performed in New Zealand, and had won the talent quest in 1972 (second place in the same show was Shona Laing). Invercargill-born Burns was influenced by progressive rock bands such as Yes, whereas Stanton's influences veeredЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Straight Laddie [1978, сингл]
- Graffiti Crimes [1979, альбом]
- Computer Games [1980, сингл]
- Space Race [1980, альбом]
- Shanghaied [1981, альбом]
- Where Do They Go? [1983, альбом]
- Four Play, Volume 17 [1988, макси-сингл]
- Mi-Sex '79 - '85 [1985, сборник]
- The Essential [2007, сборник]