Re-Flex were a British new wave/synthpop band active from 1981 to 1985. They are most often recognized for their hit, "The Politics of Dancing", the title track from their debut album, as well as the singles "Hurt", "Hit Line", "Couldn't Stand A Day", "Praying to the Beat", "Sensitive", and "Flex It". Re-Flex were formed in the early 1980s by musicians John Baxter on vocals and lead guitar and Paul Fishman on keyboards and backing vocals
MUSIC: CONNECT is RE-FLEX's, the 80's music group official site. It features music, videos, games, virtual books and animation. CONNECT is compatible with HTML5 and Flash, features an infinite 3D environment. Movement of The Action Fraction, The Politics of Dancing. Humanication, Music Re-Action, Jamming The Broadcast, Re-Fuse.
As for progress on his next album, Kane revealed: I’ve got quite a lot of new songs. I’m planning on when to go and record that. I think I’ve got this new tune in the bag which we’ll release by the end of the year. He’s a really cool frontman and they’ve got a glam vibe like us. I’ve never seen them live but I really like their videos. They’re the two artists that I’m listening to a lot lately. Sadly, Kasabian’s Serge Pizzorno recently beat him to a Little Simz collab. He did, didn’t he? laughed Kane.
Listen to music from Re-Flex like The Politics of Dancing, Pointless & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Re-Flex. Re-Flex was a British electro pop group featuring Baxter (vocals), Paul Fishman (keyboards), Nigel Ross-Scott (bass), and Roland Kerridge (drums). Their only big hit song, "The Politics of Dancing," was recorded in 1982 and released in the . in 1984, when it reached and has since become a new wave radio classic. The follow-up single, "Hurt", hit the Billboard Hot 100 as well.
Album: Hipsters 80s, 2018. Atomic Blonde (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack): Re-Flex - The Politics Of Dancing. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
Lyrics → R → Re-Flex → Jamming The Broadcast → Reach Out. People say that there's no good On the wrong side of town People say that it's understood But it's never heard of People say but they say too much But they don't know which way to go. Well, reach out You got to show your hand Let somebody into your life So reach out You got to find a way Walk the line and be someone Reach out. People try to run away From the things they don't like People try but they have no shame Walking over you People try but they try too hard But they don't know which way to go. Well, . .
The RE/flex software is fully self-contained. No other libraries are required. Regex is optional to use as a regex engine. The RE/flex repo includes tokenizers for Java, Python, and C/C++. Also note that the RE/flex header files that you will need to include in your project are locally located in include/reflex.
|2||Down On Your Luck||4:11|
|5||Jamming The Broadcast||4:17|
|6||Can You Feel It||3:39|
|9||When Did U Stop Loving Me||4:14|
|10||It's Only Me||4:05|
|13||Hide Your Love||3:15|
- Bass – Nigel Ross-Scott
- Keyboards, Electronics, Vocals – Paul Fishman
- Mixed By – John Punter, Paul Fishman, Re-Flex
- Producer – Re-Flex
- Vocals, Drums, Percussion, Engineer – Roland Kerridge*
- Vocals, Guitar – John Baxter*
NotesRecorded at Utopia Studios and Air London.
This previously unreleased album is also available as part of the box set Re-Fuse.
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- Matrix / Runout: RFXCD005 *039035