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Lets Go Naked formed in Brisbane, Australia. Let’s Go Naked had an initial burst of activity in the eighties with the release of the album “Everything” on Sydney’s Waterfront Records. This album found Let’s Go Naked as exponents of the Brisbane sound, with an angular, driven guitar style, incorporating keyboard sounds for certain tracks. Think the Go Betweens early records. The “Three Limbs” single on Trust Records then found Let’s Go Naked emerging with their own refreshing sound. A BBC Peel favourite.

The late eighties and nineties found Let’s Go Naked exploring this sound, recording intermittently, including the single “Sometimes”; finding perfect moments and moving on to the next one.

The new century seen renewed interest in Let’s Go Naked, initially prompting the re-mixing of a few lost gems and ultimately writing and recording again. Two recent new tracks appear on this retrospective and find the band in rude form. Recording is well under way on a new album for 2008 release.

October 2007 seen a return to the stage at The Zoo in Brisbane for a well received re-union show. Launch gigs are scheduled for December in Brisbane and Sydney.

Lets Go Naked are Murray Power (vocals, guitar), Andrew Lofthouse (bass guitar, backing vocals and keyboards), Nick Patterson (drums and backing vocals) and ex Go Between John Wilsteed (guitars). Andrew well known around Brisbane as a TV celebrity, he is news anchor man!

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  • electricsound

    despite what appears on the front of the reissue, there's supposed to be an apostrophe in "Let's"

    6 Nov 2009 Reply

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