Blanket of Secrecy ‎– Ears Have Walls (1982)

Ears Have Walls is the lone album by phantom English art-pop trio Blanket of Secrecy, released in 1982 on Warner Bros. Vocalist/guitarist “Tinker” was later revealed to be former Easy Street co-head Peter Marsh. Bassist “Tailor” turned out to be veteran soundman Andy Howell, whose prior engineering credits include albums by The Jam, Elvis Costello, Squeeze, and Lene Lovich.

Tracklist:
A1. “Say You Will” (4:03)
A2. “Young Hearts” (3:42)
A3. “Love Me Too” (2:46)
A4. “Remember Me and You” (3:24)
A5. “Long Cool Glass” (3:35)
A6. “Photograph” (4:40)
B1. “Yo-Yo” (3:19)
B2. “Close to Me” (4:16)
B3. “Something I Don’t Need” (3:02)
B4. “Tell Me Baby” (3:29)
B5. “Lovers” (4:52)
B6. “B.O.S. Theme” (3:24)

Credits:
Tinker — vocals, guitar
Soldier — keyboards, backing vocals
Tailor — bass, backing vocals

Blanket of Secrecy — producer
Roger Bechirian — director
Rob Keyloch — engineer
Paul Cobbold — engineer
Arun Chakraverty — mastering
Heeps Willard — cover art
Brian Griffin — photography
Hogg [Dave Burnand] — saxophone

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