More 80’s icons and a forgotten Banger! From 1984 and seeing Kim Wilde going full on synthpop. Produced by brother Ricki Wilde with Nigel Mills from the album “Teases And Dares.” It was called “Go For It” on the US release.
Kim had gone for almost a Toyah, cyber punk image. Post Apocalyptic Doom with a sampled bass.
“Lovers On a Beach” is a little bit New Romantic, a bit Super-nature and Euro Disco. I prefer it to the A-side a great example of an extended version not an extended mix.
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MCA Records – KIMT 1
|A||The Second Time (Extended Version)||6:30|
|B||Lovers On A Beach (Extended Version)||7:45|