Guitar, Backing Vocals – Chris Langford, Les Barker
Keyboards, Backing Vocals – Martin Fisher
Lead Vocals – Ron Martini
Management – Gary Moorhead
Photography By [Cover/Liner] – Larry Dupont
Photography By [Group] – Aaron Rapoport
Producer – Peter McIan
Recorded at Sunset Sound Factory.
Barcode (Text): 0 7777-12295-1
Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): ST-1-12295-Z1 #2 Future Disc
Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): ST-2-12295-Z1 #1
Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, Inc.
Copyright (c) – Capitol Records, Inc.
Produced For – Peter McIan Production
Mastered At – Future Disc
Recorded At – Sunset Sound Recorders
Recorded At – The Sound Factory
Mixed At – Sunset Sound Recorders
Ransom Note is the debut and only studio album by Australian indie-pop group Dear Enemy. Ransom Note peaked at No. 15 in Australia. The album produced two top forty singles in Australia, including Computer One, which also reached number 59 on the Billboard US Mainstream Rock chart in March 1984. Ron Martini's. Computer One, a song about lost love powered by a flush of early-'80s keyboards, begins Ransom Note, and it heightens expectations that are not fulfilled. Dear Enemy sounds confused throughout much of Ransom Note, yearning for synth pop while developing an unfortunate crush on radio-friendly mainstream rock. Ron Martini's raspy vocals have an affecting tone on Computer One and A Bit of Your Heart however, on other tracks it resembles the slick, empty voice of John Parr. Songs in album Dear Enemy - Ransom Note 1983. Dear Enemy - Computer One. Dear Enemy - The Good Life. Dear Enemy - Talkin' To You. Dear Enemy - All Through The Night. Dear Enemy - Kids On The Street. Dear Enemy - On The Line. Dear Enemy - Restless. Dear Enemy - Bit Of Your Heart. Dear Enemy - Day To Day. Ransom Note. Critic Score. Or consider a donation Contributions By. Play album. Track playing. Please wait. Wrong audioTry another Ransom Note. Dear Enemy. 9 tracks. Released in 1983. Dear Enemy - Restless Ransom Note 1984. Dear Enemy - Colder Than The Night AOR Soundtrack Rarity - Продолжительность: 3:07 Allan José Recommended for free to Dear Enemy Ransom Note Computer One, The Good Life and more. 9 tracks . Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнитель: Enonymous Charlie. 2019 experimental music. Australian 1982-88. Taking their name from a reference to the Ginger Meggs comic strip, Melbourne band Dear Enemy formed ranks in 1982. Their original lineup comprised vocalist Ron Martini, guitarists Chris Langford and Les Barker, keyboardist Martin Fisher ex-Little Heroes, bassist Peter Leslie ex-Little Heroes and drummer Ian Morrison. Prior to taking the name Dear Enemy, they had played together as a covers band called band picked up a strong following on the live circuit and in 1983 signed a recording contract with the American label EMICapitol - a rare feat for any. Dear Enemy was an Australian indie pop band formed in Melbourne in 1980. The band released a studio album, Ransom Note, in 1984 on EMI and Capitol Records that featured its best known single, Computer One, a No. 15 hit on the Australian Kent Music Report Singles Chart in January 1984. Computer One also reached 59 on the Billboard US Mainstream Rock chart in March, 1984. Dear Enemy disbanded in 1988