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Emmanuel Codden I heard "Section 25" during mid eighties and i liked it very much at first time listening it. "Looking from a hilltop" remains a good memories of my teenage.
Time has passed ...
Here it dosen't really sounds like this time but it sounds very well with a fresh touch in this band.

A very good album quite different of what they made in eighties but still a good flavor of electro.
Very happy to find them and very rare fact it's a familly band where chidren of founders take over. Favorite track: FML.
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agutterfan Remember the Cassidy brothers band from 1980 as one of Factory's roster, high point their classic 1984 LP "From The Hip". Sadly Larry Cassidy died at the age of 56. It's nice to see the band continue with Jo and daughter Bethany on this delightful light synth-pop album (less heavy dance floor) though their previous acerbic edge can still be spotted on "You Want Some" and closer "FML". A fine tribute. Favorite track: All I Ask.
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Dave Echo This band deserves to exist it’s Section 25. What a history our family and sadness and triumph!! And above all making an album that is SO fantastic. Great songs, words, beats, melodies. That all you really want. But great vibe too.
I love this f*ckin band!!! Favorite track: Chase The Blue.
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Laid Back 05:56
Creatures 04:21
All I Ask 03:57
It Don't Get 03:48
Floating Sun 04:12
FML 04:03


Brand new album by the legendary Section 25. The band formed in Blackpool,UK in November 1977. Initially they were a duo, consisting of brothers Larry Cassidy and Vincent Cassidy). In June 1978 they made their live debut with Phil Denton on guitar. Their debut 7", "Girls Don't Count", was released in July 1980 on Factory Records, produced by Ian Curtis and Rob Gretton of Joy Division. Joined by percussionist Lee Shallcross, Section 25 gradually evolved with a more electronic-dance direction from 1983 onwards, a process which culminated in the album From the Hip and remix single "Looking From A Hilltop", both released in 1984 and produced by Bernard Sumner of New Order. This second iteration of the band also featured the Cassidy brothers' sister Angela Flowers and Larry Cassidy's wife Jenny Ross. In 1986 Section 25 fell silent for more than a decade, and reemerged with the album Part Primitiv in 2006. On 27 February 2010, it was announced that founding member, singer, and bass player for the group, Larry Cassidy, had died at the age of 56. Today, Section 25 consist of Vin Cassidy, Bethany Cassidy (Larry's daughter), Jo Cassidy, Michael Cassidy and long-time collaborator Steven Stringer. This line-up recorded "Elektra" in 2018 with guest guitar by the band's original guitarist Paul Wiggin. It is pure SXXV, without any outside influences.


released August 2, 2018

Backing Vocals – Joanna Cassidy
Bass Guitar – Michael Cassidy, Steve Stringer (tracks: 6,7,11)
Drums – Vin Cassidy
Engineer – Alan Gregson
Guitar – Paul Wiggin, Steve Stringer
Keyboards – Beth Cassidy, Joanna Cassidy, Steve Stringer
Percussion – Vin Cassidy
Photography – Holsteph Photography
Producer – Alan Gregson, Vin Cassidy
Vocals – Beth Cassidy
Written By – Section 25


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