Spandau Ballet ‎– Journeys to Glory (1981)

Journeys to Glory is the debut album by English funk-pop/blue-eyed soul quintet Spandau Ballet, released in 1981 on Reformation/Chrysalis. The album was produced by Easy Street/Landscape drummer Richard James Burgess, who coined the phrase “New Romantic” to describe the music/fashion Blitz Club scene that spawned the band.

A1. “To Cut a Long Story Short” (3:19)
A2. “Reformation” (4:53)
A3. “Mandolin” (4:05)
A4. “Muscle Bound” (5:06)
B1. “Age of Blows” (4:09)
B2. “The Freeze” (4:34)
B3. “Confused” (4:36)
B4. “Toys” (5:48)

Tony Hadley — vocals, synthesizer
Gary Kemp — guitar, synthesizer, writer
Martin Kemp — bass
John Keeble — drums
Steve Norman — guitar

Richard James Burgess — producer
Andy Jackson — engineer
Hugh Padgham — engineer
John Etchells — engineer
Marlis Duncklau — engineer
Steven Short — engineer
Graham Smith — design, photography

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