The Korgis ‎– Burning Questions (Netherlands 12″)


By 1985 The Korgis (now the duo of Andy Davis and James Warren), had truly embraced the synths.

The title track from the album ,”Burning Questions” fits in with what Howard Jones / Duran Duran were doing at the time and embraces Far Eastern sounds as well as imagery. After a long instrumental introduction we get synths and samples building up to the song arrives after nearly 4 minutes.

“Waiting For Godot” is an atmospheric instrumental, soundtrack-like and something Ultravox would be proud of. James Warren was soon to embark on a solo career as this was re-released under his name.

Sonet ‎– SONL 2284folder

A Burning Question
B Waiting For Godot

4 thoughts on “The Korgis ‎– Burning Questions (Netherlands 12″)”

  1. “Waiting For Godot” is not only resembling Ultravox – it downright copies stuff from Midge Ure’s cover of “Man who sold the world”! But a great track nonetheless. Can you please post this single in lossless, too, if that’s not too much to ask? 🙂

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