v. Spy v. Spy. 1984 Show will be released for the Desk Tape series
A live recording of the show v. Spy v. Spy 1984 Prince of Wales will be released as part of the Desk Tape series to raise money for the Roadies Fund of Support Act.
v. Spy v. Spy Live at the Prince of Wales 1984 ‘is the 21st release of the Desk Tape series.
The recording was captured by band crew Mark Woods and Michael Lippold.
v.Spy v.Spy had formed in 1981. By 1984, they were on the verge of making a national breakthrough, finally reaching the charts with “Don’t Tear It Down” in 1986.
Craig Bloxom remembers: “We came together from our first rehearsal in the Glebe squats in 1980.
“We set up our equipment down in the moldy cellar and broke our hearts, stirring up hell and making a huge uproar.
“We realized early on that we had a musical sparkle and we loved playing with each other.
“No one wanted to be the lead singer, so we took turns doing a lot of vocal noises, screaming and screaming to sing as needed, but only when needed.”
The Desk Tape series can be found here.
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