Additional information about this, Secret Affair vinyl art.
Secret Affair – The Artists
Secret Affair are a mod revival band, formed in 1978 and disbanded in 1982. Formed after the demise of the CBS Records signed power pop band New Hearts, singer Ian Page and guitarist David Cairns spent the second half of 1978 writing songs that would form the basis of the first two Secret Affair albums. After spending January 1979 demoing songs, Page and Cairns enlisted the services of bassist Dennis Smith from the power pop band Advertising and Young Bucks drummer Seb Shelton. Saxophone player Dave Winthrop, originally playing with the group in his capacity as a session musician, would join as a full-time member of the band later in the year. In June 2002, Page, Cairns, Smith, Bultitude and Winthrop reformed for three gigs, including a performance at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire. They returned in June the following year, playing at The Scala in Islington to promote the release of Time For Action: The Anthology (Sanctuary), a major CD retrospective of hits, rarities and previously unreleased tracks. The concert was filmed and released on DVD.
My World – The Song
‘My World’ is a song written by David Cairns from Mod revival band, Secret Affair. It cam from their second studio album Behind Closed Doors.
The Key Hole – The Shape
Modelled into a silhouette of a keyhole which was the logo for the bands record label I-Spy records. A keyhole (or keyway) is a hole or aperture (as in a door or lock) for receiving a key. Lock keyway shapes vary widely with lock manufacturer, and many manufacturers have a number of unique profiles requiring a specifically milled key blank to engage the lock’s tumblers.
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