After departing the soft rock-band Easy Road, Richard Burgess formed a slick synth pop/jazz group called Panorama in 1975. Furthermore to Burgess, who sang and performed drums, Panorama included Andy Pask (bass), Chris Heaton (keyboards), John Walters (keyboards, woodwinds), and Pete Thomas (trombone, keyboards). After creating a pursuing through touring, the music group released its self-titled debut in 1980, which offered rather badly. 1981’s From your Tea-Rooms of Mars…towards the Hell-Holes of Uranus firmly accented synthesizers because the focus of Landscape’s appear, and they obtained a high Five U.K. strike with “Einstein A-Go-Go.” 1982’s Manhattan Boogie-Woogie was the group’s most danceable work, but by the next yr, the lineup have been pared right down to a trio, as well as the band split up once and for all in 1984. Burgess experienced already started a production profession, working with performers like Spandau Ballet, Surviving in a Package, Visage, and Ruler.