“Figvres” by Zaine Griff - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1982 →Album Chart of the Decade: 1980s →

TJR says

The second album from the 25-year-old London-based New Zealander, released in October, 1982. Hans Zimmer, who had played on his solo debut, co-produced and contributed keyboards in a guitar-free zone. His poems-turned-songs are pretty much as New Romantic as New Romantic gets, I'm just not into it.

The Jukebox Rebel

A1 [05:12] 3.8.png Zaine Griff - The Proud Ones (Zaine Griff) New Wave
A2 [03:44] 3.5.png Zaine Griff - The Vanishing Men (Zaine Griff) New Wave
A3 [03:35] 3.7.png Zaine Griff - Flowers (Zaine Griff) New Wave
A4 [05:25] 4.0.png Zaine Griff - Hot (Zaine Griff) Pop
A5 [05:40] 4.0.png Zaine Griff - Fahrenheit 451 (Zaine Griff) Pop
B1 [03:31] 3.5.png Zaine Griff - Figures (Zaine Griff) Pop
B2 [02:09] 2.8.png Zaine Griff - The Stranger (Zaine Griff) Pop
B3 [03:20] 3.9.png Zaine Griff - Time Stands Still (Zaine Griff) Pop
B4 [03:19] 3.2.png Zaine Griff - 83rd And 4th (Zaine Griff) New Wave
B5 [03:48] 2.0.png Zaine Griff - Chance Of A Dance (Zaine Griff) Pop
B6 [05:30] 3.8.png Zaine Griff - The Beating Of Wings (Zaine Griff) Pop

© The Jukebox Rebel 2005-2020 All Rights Reserved