London, United Kingdom
The Lucy Show
Words On Music
| Steve Lovell and
Rock music, Rock and roll, Alternative rock, New wave
...undone was released in 1985 in the UK and the U.S. on A&M Records. It was The Lucy Show's debut album. The band's sound at that time was brooding and melancholic, heavily influenced by—and favorably compared to – The Cure, Comsat Angels, and Joy Division. The album contains what are generally considered The Lucy Show's two best songs, "Ephemeral (This is no Heaven)" and "Undone". Although it sold reasonably well in the United States, topping the CMJ charts there, the band was dropped by A&M UK at the end of the year, sending them in search of a new label. In 2009, ...undone was released on CD for the first time by the Words on Music label.
The Lucy Show consisted of:Mark Bandola – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Rob Vandeven – vocals, bass guitar
Pete Barraclough – guitars, keyboards
Bryan Hudspeth – drums
with:Fiona Stephen – violin on "Better on the Hard Side", "The White Space", and "Resistance"
1Ephemeral (This Is No Heaven)3:45...Undone (album) Wikipedia
3Come Back to the Living3:40