An extended play L.P. entitled "Six Track Attack" started our Platinum Blonde CBS
recording career back in '83. We were turned down a couple of times during the label
shopping days while touring full time. The original destined line-up consisted of
Mark Holmes (bass, vocals), Sergio Galli (guitar), and Chris Steffler (drums). It
was in the days when "tribute" bands were hot and we were doing a rock salute to
a band we were really digging at the time - The Police. We also injected original
material into our rock gig and sculpted the material as we toured from city to city.
It was a great excuse to play live and rock for the cash needed to springboard the
recording career aspect of the band. Recording was our original goal as well as
earning spending money, meeting cool people and drinking imported ale.
Fortunately, our sometimes brilliant personal manager, Bruce Barrow with various
savvy strategies networked the CBS record company now present day Sony BMG. Bruce
also networked co-manager Tony Tsavdaris who shaped the management team as a executive
producer and team partner. This established a solid management tag team along with
label mates in CBS. Other notable characters in this rock fantasy come true are
Brit producer David Tickle who also worked for years with Peter Gabriel and Split
Enz Eddy Offord, also a Brit-based producer who worked our most successfull disc
Alien Shores and worked with some great people like Yes (6 albums), John Lennon
and The Police.
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