Syndicate – Here Comes The Day (12″)

This is more of a 4 track E.P. and released in 1989. The Syndicate were  Callum McNair, (lead guitarist), James Stewart, (Vocals/ guitars) James Heron, (Bass) Peter Haggerty (Drums) and  keyboardist Robert Anderson. So we get a mix of indie guitar rock and technology. Quite a variety of tunes here, I’m liking “Nostalgia Locomotion” being produced by Howard Gray (later to be in Apollo 440)

EMI ‎– 12EM 106syndicatecov

A1 Here Comes The Day 4:46
A2 I Love Hollywood (The Demo) 5:01
B1 Nostalgia Locomotion 3:46
B2 Don’t Let Tomorrow Be Unkind 4:34



One response

  1. Fantastic E.P., mate!!!

    If you the album “Keep” and/or any of the 3 singles the band released, please bring ’em here.

    Kudos on a great blog…

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