One of the more colorful acts to come out of the I.R.S. stable, Skafish combined visual shock value with keen 50s rock & roll sensibilities and a healthy dose of 80s punk attitude. Their eponymous debut is one of the bright spots of the early New Wave movement, a good bet to please fans of Devo, Oingo Boingo and Richard O'Brien (he of Rocky Horror fame). The followup Conversation was a bore, however, and the band didn't resurface until 2006 with a jazz Christmas album(!).
|Date||ALBUMS / Singles|
|1979||Disgracing The Family Name|
|1980||Obsessions of You|
|1980 May 7||SKAFISH|
|1980||Maybe One Time|
|1983||Wild Night Tonight|
|2006 May 15||TIDINGS OF COMFORT AND JOY: A JAZZ PIANO TRIO CHRISTMAS|
|2008 February 6||WHAT'S THIS? 1976-1979|
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