ABC: Deeside Leeds Concert Poster-1982


Offered is an Original Screen Printed Dual Concert Poster 102x76cm for ABC at Deeside Leisure & Queens Hall on 27Th & 28Th November 1982.

Toward the end of 1982, the group began concentrating on the United States. Their American success was helped greatly by the fledgling MTV network, which aired videos for “The Look of Love” and “Poison Arrow” frequently, making both singles Top 25 hits in the spring of 1983. Palmer left the band in the summer of 1983, as ABC were recording their second album. Featuring a harder, rock sound driven by guitars rather than keyboards, Beauty Stab was released late in 1983. Supported by the number 18 single “That Was Then But This Is Now,” the album didn’t perform as well as the debut, peaking at number 12; the record was also a commercial disappointment in the U.S. Late in 1984, ABC — now consisting solely of Fry and White augmented by various session musicians — released “(How to Be A) Millionaire,” which failed to put a halt to their commercial slide. Following its release, the duo moved to New York, where they added David Yarritu and Eden to the group; neither member could play or sing — they were added for the visual effect.





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