Hear What I Say - Vector (8) - Please Stand By (Vinyl, LP)
Label: Exit Records (6) - 7-01-001206-7 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Electro, Synth-pop
Pressed by Electrosound Los Angeles, denotes by deadwax marking 'ELA' etched in runouts. Housed in a printed inner sleeve with photos, lyrics & credits. All songs published by Sangre Productions - Word Music - ASCAP, except: B1, B2 & B5 published by Sangre Productions - Word Music - ASCAP / Chuck Wild Music - BMI.
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Vector's album, Please Stand By, was clearly a product of its time. The band had not long been without its most famous band member, Charlie Peacock, when this record was released. Please Stand By feels like a record made by a group in search of a sound.
The King-Beats were a German-based quintet that specialized in Anglo-American style rock &roll ranging from light pop/rock to bluesier sounds ("Hear What I Say") with a couple of near-ludicrous variations on classic rock & roll ("Too Much Language Business") in between. They actually did some first-rate songs that could.
I say the original LP because the track to close the CD is "King of the Fools," which was not on the original vinyl record but was on the cassette that I have. (According to a rock discography book that I have, this album was also available on CD even with its original release, when CDs were still a brand new thing, so maybe this song was /5().
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