There are some bands that will forever be linked with a particular time and sound in music. A Flock of Seagulls will be eternally anchored to their early ‘80s heyday, just as much for their visual image as for their music. All one has to do is mention a “Flock of Seagulls haircut,” and anyone who lived through that time period will know exactly what you’re talking about.
In the late ’70s, Mike Score and his friend Frank Maudsley were both young hairdressers (aptly enough) in Liverpool, England with a keen interest in music and fashion. Score was fascinated with the synthesizer-based bands that were coming out of the UK at the time and soon bought his own synth so he and Maudsley could work on some musical notions together. With... Read More