Snakes are the sort that advertise this album on marketplace for 80 and 100 sterling.
Im so glad my audio cassette edition still works - its over 20 yrs old and a bit noisy though.
The cover photo gives an idea of what you're going to hear -a fair selection of the 80's finest musical cliche.
It was cool at the time.
I just get sideways looks from my son.
If you can get past the "uncomfortableness of uncool" and "Dad- this is the Ceefax music isnt it" (cheeky little......)then this album ,despite its limited track list is a treat and well worth buying -only at a normal price though.
Apart from the "conditioning" item at the end,which is far from your best Mr Ho-Jo,theres all the best chart stuff to choose from in extended form.The best riffs repeated to your hearts content.
Hearing this for the first time in nearly two decades set the hair on the back of the neck-some real gems.
Early 80's synth was previously dominated by eithier morose glumness such as Depeche Mode or Kraftwerk,or by pretensious frenchmen with laserbeam lightshows instead of talent.
HJ brought a warm upbeat selection of quality work that saw synth out to the late part of the decade.This album sums it up well.