Strontium 90 was the name of a short-lived 1977 British band with members Mike Howlett (lead bass, vocals), Sting (bass, vocals), Stewart Copeland (drums), and Andy Summers (guitar). The band is most notable for introducing Summers to Sting and Copeland, as this trio would go on to massive success as The Police. The band was formed in mid-1977 by Howlett after he quit Gong and recruited Sting and Summers to participate in a new project.
A characteristic track on Bodies for Strontium 90 is "Chop Shop," a pummeling, stop-start rocker over which vocalist Joe McTighe plays the part of a sleazy fat cat who contacts a "Chinese body shoppe" to replace his "pickled" liver and "fried" kidneys
Bodies for Strontium 90 by craw, released 25 June 2002 1. Caught My Tell 2. Weedy Species 3. Sex 4. Chop Shop 5. Space Is the Place 6. Is It Safe? 7. Flunky 8. Drugs 9. Cars Confounding, perplexing, and all consuming - a few insufficient words to describe 'Bodies for Strontium 90,' the fourth full length from Cleveland's own audial chemists CRAW
Strontium 90 was the name of a short-lived 1977 British band with members Mike Howlett (lead bass, vocals), Sting (bass, vocals), Stewart Copeland (drums), and Andy Summers (guitar). An album with some of these studio and live tracks was released in 1997 under the name Strontium 90: Police Academy. The foursome also performed at a London club as "The Elevators" in July 1977. Mike Howlett, "Police Academy" album sleeve notes, Pangaea Records, 1997.
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Strontium 90: Police Academy is the only album by Strontium 90, released by Mike Howlett in 1997. This album consists of live tracks recorded at Gong's reunion concert in Paris on 28 May 1977, five studio tracks recorded in London just before the concert, and Sting's solo demo of "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic". The back cover of the album falsely claims that these recordings "resulted in the birth of The Police. In fact, The Police had been active for months before any of the recordings were made, save the "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic".
|A||On The Move (House Countdown)|
|B1||Man You Gotta Go|
|B2||On The Move (Black Hole Mix)|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – G-Force Music
- Copyright (c) – G-Force Records
- Mixed At – The Chocolate Factory
- Mixed By [Mastermix] – G-Roy
- Producer – T-10
- Recorded By – Brando , Warren Bacall
- Written-By – Cross , Paull
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A special Yo! to all our friends in Scotland.