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 Independent label: Passion Spent were formed in early 1983, performing initially as a covers band. Their first recordings were made at Steve Larkman's studio in Hedon (Nr. Hull), before they progressed to Ken Giles' studio in Bridlington, where they first met and worked with Colin Richardson. Most of their later recordings were made (under the guidance and supervision of Colin Richardson) at Russell Webster's Slaughterhouse Studios in Great Driffield. Passion Spent released their first and only single - 45 rpm vinyl - 'Someone To Talk To' (b/w 'Wildlife') on their own Paragon record label in January 1987. Distributed By Passion Spent .

 
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