Ph.D. (album)

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Ph.D. (1981).jpg
Studio album by
GenrePop rock, new wave, synthpop
LabelAtlantic (USA)
Ph.D. chronology
Is It Safe?
Alternative cover
1982 reissue cover
1982 reissue cover

Ph.D. is the 1981 début album by the band of the same name. It was later reissued with a different cover when "I Won't Let You Down" became a hit in several countries in early 1982. The original cover was designed by Mike Payne and was the first release of his "Electrograph" artwork.
The album was reissued 3 November 2008 by Ph.D./Voiceprint Records.[1]

The album made it to number 33 on the British Albums Chart.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Jim Diamond and Tony Hymas.

  1. Little Suzi's on the Up 2.56
  2. War Years 3.19
  3. Oh Maria 2.48
  4. Oo Sha Sha 3.29
  5. I Won't Let You Down 4.21
  6. There's No Answer to It 3.15
  7. Poor City 3.33
  8. Up Down 4.07
  9. Hollywood Signs 3.23
  10. Radio to On 3.32


Additional personnel
  • Mark Craney - drums on 4 and 7
  • Cy Langston - co-producer, engineer
  • Phil Palmer - guitar on 7
  • Neil Hornby - assistant engineer
  • Jeffrey Levinson - executive producer