The Sound of Sunbathing

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The Sound of Sunbathing
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UK cover
Studio album by The Sinceros
Released 1979
Genre New Wave, Power pop
Label Epic (UK)
Columbia (US)
Producer Joe Wissert
The Sinceros chronology
The Sound of Sunbathing
(1979)
2nd Debut
(1980)2nd Debut1980
Alternative cover
US cover
US cover
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Smash Hits 5/10[1]

The Sound of Sunbathing was the debut album from The Sinceros, a new wave and power pop band from England. The album, with initial copies pressed on orange vinyl, was released worldwide and achieved moderate commercial success. This is the only album so far released on CD (via Cherry Red records), the follow-up being 'Pet Rock'. The 'Sunbathing' CD was released on 18 May 2009 with the catalogue number CDM RED 396. One track from this album "Take Me To Your Leader", has appeared on the compilation albums New Wave Hits Of The 70's & 80's and Big Hits, Skinny Ties: New Wave In The U.K.

Track listing (UK)[edit]

  1. "I Still Miss You" (Lyrics and Music by Mark Kjeldsen)
  2. "Quick Quick Slow" (Lyrics and Music by Mark Kjeldsen)
  3. "My Little Letter" (Lyrics and Music by Mark Kjeldsen)
  4. "Hanging On Too Long" (Lyrics and Music by Don Snow)
  5. "Worlds Apart" (Lyrics and Music by Mark Kjeldsen)
  6. "Take Me To Your Leader" (Lyrics and Music by Mark Kjeldsen)
  7. "Little White Lie" (Lyrics and Music by Mark Kjeldsen)
  8. "Break Her Heart" (Lyrics and Music by Mark Kjeldsen)
  9. "So They Know" (Lyrics and Music by Mark Kjeldsen)
  10. "Good Luck (To You)" (Lyrics and Music by Ron François)

Track listing (USA)[edit]

  1. "Take Me To Your Leader" (Lyrics and Music by Mark Kjeldsen)
  2. "Worlds Apart" (Lyrics and Music by Mark Kjeldsen)
  3. "Little White Lie" (Lyrics and Music by Mark Kjeldsen)
  4. "So They Know" (Lyrics and Music by Mark Kjeldsen)
  5. "Hanging On Too Long" (Lyrics and Music by Don Snow)
  6. "I Still Miss You" (Lyrics and Music by Mark Kjeldsen)
  7. "Quick Quick Slow" (Lyrics and Music by Mark Kjeldsen)
  8. "My Little Letter" (Lyrics and Music by Mark Kjeldsen)
  9. "Break Her Heart" (Lyrics and Music by Mark Kjeldsen)
  10. "Good Luck (To You)" (Lyrics and Music by Ron François)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Starr, Red. "Albums". Smash Hits (August 23 – September 5 1979): 25.