18.6.10

The Expressos- Tango in Mono 7" (1980)


A type of new wave Dusty Springfield sound inspired by acts as diverse as Small Faces and Television, The Expressos released a handful of singles and a solitary LP. They supported many top acts, the most notable being The Jam.
Rozzi Rayner - vocals
Micky Toldi - guitar
Johnnie Christo - bass
Nick Pyall - guitar
Milan Zekavica - drums


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  3. A lost group in time. The Expressos put out an amazing album certainly equal to the Go Gos. The promoter should have been fired for blowing this. Tango in Mono is a great single but there are better songs on the album.

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