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It took lead singer, Steve Gilpin’s unfortunate death to force Mi-Sex underground for 20 years and the simple acceptance of an invitation by Steve Balbi, to front Mi-Sex at a private party, and an out door “Christchurch Quake relief Concert” to confirm the right chemistry that would once again ignite our passion for "live performance" as Mi-Sex.
“Compu-PU-pu-PU-pu-PU Computer Games”! If that chorus isn’t familiar to you then you didn’t live through the early 80’s. This international hit single preceded the glut of similar-sounding British chart entrants by a year or more, and became one of the defining pop-rock songs of the Australasian music-scape. It ascended to #1 on the Australian charts during November ’79 and hit the top five in New Zealand. By April 1980 ‘Computer Games’ had charted in more than 20 countries, and had peaked inside the top ten in Canada, France, Austria, Italy, West Germany and South Africa.