REFORMATION
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 Independent label: Chris Blackwell, the head of Island Records, saw the group at a London party and offered them a contract on the spot. They rejected his offer, choosing to set up their own label, Reformation label. Early in 1980, the group licensed Reformation to Chrysalis, giving their label the distribution power of a major label. Spandau Ballet are a British band formed in London in the late 1970s. They were initially inspired by, and an integral part of, the New Romantic movement, becoming one of the most successful groups to emerge during the New Romantic era. Their debut single "To Cut a Long Story Short", which reached number five in the UK in 1980, was the first of ten occasions in the 1980s that the band reached the top ten of the UK Singles Chart. They had a UK number one single in 1983 with the song "True". They also had four albums which reached the top ten of the UK albums chart between 1980 and 1990. The band split acrimoniously in 1990. Bad Members are Tony Hadley on vocals, brothers Gary Kemp and Martin Kemp on guitar and bass respectively, with Gary also supplying background vocals, Steve Norman on saxophone and John Keeble on the drums. Gary Kemp also wrote most of the groupís music and lyrics. Distributed By CBS and EMI Records.

  
83 Spandau Ballet True REFORMATION SPAN 1
83 Spandau Ballet Gold REFORMATION SPAN 2
84 Spandau Ballet Only When You  REFORMATION SPAN 3
84 Spandau Ballet I'Ll Fly For You REFORMATION SPAN 4
84 Spandau Ballet Highly Strung REFORMATION SPAN 5
84 Spandau Ballet Round And Round REFORMATION SPAN 6
 
86 Spandau Ballet Through The Barricades REFORMATION SPANS 1
87 Spandau Ballet How Many Lies REFORMATION SPANS 2

86 Spandau Ballet Fight For Ourselves REFORMATION A 7264
  
80 Spandau Ballet To Cut A Long Story Short REFORMATION CHS 2473
81 Spandau Ballet The Freeze REFORMATION CHS 2486
81 Spandau Ballet Musclebound REFORMATION CHS 2509
81 Spandau Ballet Chant No 1 REFORMATION CHS 2528
83 Spandau Ballet Communication REFORMATION CHS 2662