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Bio: 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 ...See Full Bio
“Although "computer games" was the big song for this new wave/synthpop band in the US, they actually released plenty of very strong tracks along the way that should have gotten much more notice on new wave radio stations back then. While "computer games" is here in its original and 12" version, This album, ironically, is predominantly filled with songs from their excellent pop rock/new wave album "Where Do They Go" from 1984--their LAST album.”