Here’s an exceptional, quirky, left of center, odd band who were led by the late and great Mark Freeland. Mark was a innovator in the underground music scenes during the 70’s and 80’s, especially in the Western New York music area. He was driven by a creative force for artful progressive music. Pegasonics came to being after the demise of the late 70’s band Pegasus. This one and only album is packed with creative tunes that range from power pop, new wave to art rock to instrumentals. For the vinyl collectors, it comes with an interesting six page booklet full of whacky pictures and comments…a very nice addition to an impressive overall musical package….Out of print private pressing via Trelaine Records, NY.
SIDE A new new York i get what I want you make me want to love you where did the girls go the laws mean nothing today
SIDE B give it to me yesterday brainbox no money nucleork new new York reprise new order prelude i think we’re ready
→ This blog will focus on private and independent releases that are out of print from the 1980s alternative music scenes - new wave - minimal synth - post punk - power pop - darkwave - electro - experimental - avant garde - coldwave - gothic - indie rock - industrial wave - All records are sourced from my personal collection, unless noted otherwise.
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