|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|5||Marseille||2||Audio||1981||Scratch Records (10)|
|7||Science / The Worker||2||Audio||1980||EMI|
The Berlin Blondes were a minimalist synth/electronic band who formed in
Glasgow in 1979. The original lineup was Steven Bonomi (vocals), Robert
Farrell (guitar, synth), Jim Spender (Keys, Synth), and David Rudden (bass).
The use of a drum machine contributed to their electro minimalist sound.
The band were signed to EMI in 1980; however, Rudden left the band at this
time and went on to form Endgames. His replacement was Nick Clark from the
[a=Cuban Heels, The]. Shortly after, Spender also left the band to join [a=Altered Images]. In
1980, the Berlin Blondes released two singles for EMI, 'Science'/'Mannequin'
and 'Framework'/'Zero Song', and one album, 'Berlin Blondes'. The band then
signed to [l=Scratch Records (UK) (2)] and released only one single 'Marseille'/The Poet' in