Wednesday, June 29, 2011
80's Days of Summer: Day 16- Oblivious
By all means 1983 was a watershed year for New Wave. Hardly a day passed without the release of a drop-dead, instant classic. Today's 12-string, flamenco inspired opus provides a perfect example and comes to us via Glasgow's Roddy Frame and Aztec Camera. 'Oblivious' was the band's highest charting hit, reaching #18 after it's release in April of 1983.
The band would go on to have a few other minor hits before their break up in 1995. Today, Roddy Frame continues to produce and perform as a solo artist.
Aztec Camera- Oblivious (Live, 1983)
Aztec Camera- Oblivious (1983, Sire Records)