The band released three albums in the early to mid-80s. Their song, “Mind My Still Have I,” from their 1984 EP Squeezed, was also featured on the soundtrack to the movie The Wild Life. Their second outstanding album which featured a cover of the Spinners hit “Ill be around” was produced by Todd Rundgren who also played Fairlight Synthesizer on the record.
There has been speculation that the original name Anthym was inspired by Canadian band Rush, whose 1975 song “Anthem” gave name to their own record label. That song was in turn inspired by the novella of the same name by author Ayn Rand, who was (at that time) a major influence on Rush drummer/lyricist Neil Peart. The “y” variation in Anthym is said to have been taken from “Ayn”.
Edited by Rishy on 4 Nov 2007, 07:25
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