Beach Party is the debut album of the British Indie pop group, Marine Girls. The album was recorded in a home studio by Pat Bermingham and released as a cassette on his own In Phaze label in 1981. It was released on vinyl by Whaam! Records in 1981 and then by Cherry Red Records in 1987 and 2014. The albums Beach Party and Lazy Ways were reissued together on one CD with bonus tracks by Cherry Red Records in 1988.
Listen to music from Marine Girls like A Place in the Sun, Honey & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Marine Girls. Formed in 1980, they released their debut album Beach Party in 1981. Snapped up by indie Cherry Red, their follow up and last album was Lazy Ways released in 1983. It was produced by Stuart Moxham from Young Marble Giants and showcased a little more polished, mature sound. Few people know that before Everything But the Girl, Tracey Thorn played acoustic lo-fi pop along with Gina Hartman and sisters Alice Fox and Jane Fox in Marine Girls. Formed in 1980, they released their debut.
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Listen to Marine Girls You Must Be Mad MP3 song. You Must Be Mad song from the album Lazy Ways & Beach Party is released on Jan 1983. The duration of song is 02:00. This song is sung by Marine Girls.
on Lazy Ways/Beach Party. Marine Girls - Lazy Ways. Marine Girls - Lazy Ways (Peel Session). Marine Girls - A Place in the Sun (Official Video 1983). THE MARINE GIRLS Lazy Ways (Live). Marine Girls "Leave Me With The Boy". Marine Girls - In Love/Honey. Marine Girls Time We Used To Spend.
The Marine Girls' second and final album - the group had already split by the time of its release, with Tracey Thorn pursuing a solo career before forming Everything But the Girl and the Fox sisters forming the even more minimalist Grab Grab the Haddock - is far more polished than their 1981 debut, at times almost approaching professionalism. The clangorous clatter of the debut is largely absent here. Her guitar playing and Jane Fox' bass work are also considerably more refined. Purists might miss the noisiness of Beach Party, but Lazy Ways is in every way a far better record, and one of the best . indie albums of 1983.