The Neon is Erasure’s 18th studio album, following the UK Top 10 album World Be Gone, the band’s highest charting UK album in 24 years. Written and produced by Vince Clarke and Andy Bell, the new album sees the band deliver a 10 track collection of uplifting and optimistic synth-pop, connecting their past and future and glistening with hope. Includes the first single Hey Now (Think I Got A Feeling).
Released in February 1980, it contains 14 tracks: 7 demo songs from a session recorded at Graveyard Studios in September 1979 (side A) and 7 songs from a gig at the Electric Ballroom in October 1979 (side B), together with Joy Division and The Distractions.
The pouches come in various colours and designs:
Orange (edition of 400), with 1 button and two pockets.
Blue and red, with with 1 button and two pockets or with 2 buttons and 1 pocket.
Green and grey (can appear brown), with 1 button and two pockets.
The cassettes are either black with light grey paper labels or white/light grey with dark grey paper labels.
The back photographs either show a band member with a trumpet or with a guitar.
It's a wide-spread misconception that ACR were supporting Talking Heads on the day. However, Talking Heads only played there in December 1979. This error stems from a 1980 review in NME by Paul Morley.
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