Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Hanover Fist - Razor Garden (1986)

Here we have my favorite of the 4 singles released by this US synthpop band. This little nugget is ultra dark and club-ready, sure to get a few bodies moving on the dance floor. I'd have posted their other releases, but I'm not nearly as fond of them. Feel free to request, though. Anyway, enjoy!

Track List:

A1 - Razor Garden (12") (8:06)
B1 - Razor Garden (7") (3:50)
B2 - Razor Garden (Double Stubble) (3:14)

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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

good track! used to hear this in the club a lonnnng time ago. thanks for this post!

soundmill said...

Hi Vanilla Face

As usual, brilliant posts, could you post the Love Kills 7" or 12", then I have finally all 4 releases :)

greetz
soundmill

Anonymous said...

Isn't that the name of the guy on the 'Heavy Metal' movie? Iam sure it must have another reference meaning ;)

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Anonymous said...

Great to see some Love for these tracks!!

When I came up with "Hanover Fist" it was simply a play on words.
Only afterward that I learned of the Heavy Metal character.
Jimmy Harry has gone on to write for Rupaul, and more currently Pink "Funhouse" "Sober"
Myself Charlie Erickson wrote the theme song to MST 3k and now I travel performing original house music as "Chuck Love"

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22ndWave said...

I would also be VERY interested in 'Love Kills' and 'Boys In Fur'. Love Hanover Fist!

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You know early synthpop pioneers like Ultravox and the Human League, largely using monophonic synthesizers, produced music with a simple and austere sound

Anonymous said...

Where can I find Boys in Fur and Love Kills in MP3 format!!!! I have the 12 inch still but need an MP3 Version. Very good and unfortunately underestimated!

Greetings from Germany!

Anonymous said...

Great music!!! I have three 12" singles ( Capitol Records ) by them, but does anybody know if they put out a whole album?