Spandau Ballet - Journeys To Glory – Compact Disc
Journeys to Glory is the debut album by the British band Spandau Ballet, released in 1981. It marked the beginning of their career and played a significant role in the New Romantic movement of the early 1980s. The album features a blend of new wave and synth-pop elements, combined with soulful vocals from lead singer Tony Hadley.
While not as commercially successful as some of their later albums, Journeys to Glory laid the groundwork for Spandau Ballet’s distinctive sound and style. It includes tracks like “To Cut a Long Story Short” and “Reformation,” which became early hits for the band.
Journeys to Glory is a notable album in the history of 1980s British music, showcasing the band’s talent and hinting at the musical direction they would further explore in their subsequent releases.
Brand new, never played and still in the factory plastic
To Cut A Long Story Short
Age Of Blows