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 Independent label: Piggy Bank Records was a sub-label of A&M Records. The Lucy Show was a rock/New Wave band that was formed in London, in early 1983. The band was formed by Mark Bandola (vocals, guitar, keyboards) and Rob Vandeven (vocals, bass), with Pete Barraclough (guitars, keyboards), and Bryan Hudspeth (drums). Bandola and Vandeven, two Canadian-born friends who had moved to England in the late 1970s, shared song writing and lead vocals equally, although the bulk of the early (pre-album) material had been written by Vandeven. In 1983, they released their first single, "Leonardo da Vinci," on independent record label Shout Records, which managed to receive some airplay by John Peel. Guitarist Barraclough provided lead vocals on the B-side of the single for his song "Kill The Beast". In 1984, A&M Records signed the band, releasing two singles and an EP during that year (on an off-shoot label imprint called Piggy Bank Records). Distributed By.

 
84 The Lucy Show   Ephemera (This Is No Heaven)  PIGGY BANK BANK 777
84 The Lucy Show   See It Goes ‎ PIGGY BANK BANK 888
84 The Lucy Show   Electric Dreams ‎ PIGGY BANK BANK 999
84 Valerie And The Week Of Wonders  Real Surprise  PIGGY BANK BANK 998



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