Kissing the Pink is one of the most unique bands I’ve had the pleasure to listen to. They’ve got a simultaneously appreciation both for new-wave and synth-pop together and with those two genres, you can only create wonders. At least if your name is just that. The band consisted of the members George Stewart (Keyboards/Vocals), Jon Kingsley Hall (Keyboards/Synthesizer/Vocals), Josephine Wells (Saxophone/Vocals), Nicholas Whitecross (Guitar/Vocals), Peter Barnett (Bass/Violin/Vocals) and Stevie Cusack (Drums/Percussion/Vocals). Even though Simon Aldridge also was in the band, he wasn’t involved with their first release, which is the one I’m covering. Their first release, “Naked“, was released in 1983 by Magnet Records and was mostly a synth-pop record. It had some features that could be pinpointed to new-wave and a range of different songs on the album, including different styles. Others whom were involved in the creation of their first record, when it comes to different aspect, where amongst others the producers Colin Thurston, David King, Neil Richmond, Peter Walsh and Kissing the Pink themselves. The cover was made by the now legendary UK design company Shoot That Tiger!. Do also remember that not all of them were producers in the sense, some of them were the engineers and mixers of the album, too. But they’re currently not attributed for it on Discogs. Find out more about this journey into their first album, down below.