The Models were a great band one of my favorites and very quirky, at least till
James Freud joined them and they became, well very poppy.
Don't get me wrong James Freud was a fav of mine too (and Ive got this solo lp of his
to rip one day), but Sean Kelly was an amazing vocalist.
I saw them in 1983 when they played support for Mr Bowie here at Lang Park,
I don't think James was with em then I could be wrong, But I did see them play
somewhere like the St Lucia Refectory later and He was with them then. the girls
in the audience wouldn't let you forget.
This Lp is tremendous I love all the songs, but its more like the feel of the album
that I like and "Unhappy" is one of the best pop songs ever.
Its the non-conventional approach musically and Sean Kelly most non-conventional
vocals that make this and all the early Models.
This was their 2nd Lp released in 1981.
|1. Local And/Or General|
|2. Truth About Truth About Scientists|
|5. Dying for My Country at the War|
|6. Drive and Reflex|
|7. Bantam Had|
|8. Man O' Action|
|9. Drunk in the House|
|10. Tearing Hair Out|
|11. Rate of Change|