|Genres||Punk rock, new wave|
|Labels||Panic, Fontana, I.R.S., Rocket|
|Associated acts||Tom Robinson Band|
Sector 27 is a defunct British new wave band founded by Tom Robinson. Robinson left the band, and it continued without him for a number of years. Sector 27's first album was produced by Steve Lillywhite. Sector 27 toured with Elton John and The Police.
Tom Robinson formed the band in late 1979 as an effort to begin a new direction. The band made its debut in Liverpool on 11 January 1980. The band released its first records on its own label, Panic Records. Later releases were on Fontana Records. The band was released in the US on I.R.S. Records. The first LP was produced by Steve Lillywhite.
- Tom Robinson - vocals, guitar
- Stevie B. (Blanchard) - guitar, vocals
- Jo Burt - bass, vocals
- Derek Quinton - drums
- Martin "Red" Broad - drums (1984, after Robinson and Quinton had left)
- July 1980 7" "Not Ready / Can't Keep Away"
- October 1980 7" "Invitation, What Have We got To Lose? / Dungannon"
- November 1980 LP Sector 27
- January 1981 7" "Total Recall / Stornoway"
- May 1981 7" "Martin's Gone / Christopher Calling"
- 1984 12" "Excalibur / How I Feel / Christopher Calling"
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