Is it just me or does the jacket of this disk conjure up a pack of cigarettes? Just checking. Attachments were a female fronted six-piece from Seattle, whose seductive, new-wavey exploits often packed an unabashed dance floor-savvy punch. A through-and-through product of their era, there isn't an abundant amount of innovation afoot in these grooves, though I should note that Sally Schlosstein's pipes crack some ungodly high registers on "Why Don't You Come Back & See Me." Make of Attachments what you will.
01. Why Don't You Come Back & See Me 02. All I Need From You 03. Red Lines 04. Had to Bridge a Gap