There are a few bands which were born in the incorrect decade. Caught among the sultry, danceable rock and roll of INXS and Depeche Setting as well as the gloomy pop of Peter Murphy, the Pleasure Thieves certainly treasured the ‘80s. Sadly, releasing a fresh wave album through the grunge buzz of 1992 was a warranty of failure, particularly if it got any synthesizers. Comprising the husky-voiced Sinjin-William Dolan, Desamond McLean (electric guitar), Nick Fawcett Kozonis (bass), Matt Everett (keyboards), and Andy J.G. (drums), the Satisfaction Thieves recorded an individual, “Chasing the Runaway”, in 1988 ahead of putting your signature on with Hollywood Information. In 1990, they made an appearance in the film soundtrack of Arachnophobia, within the Who’s “Boris the Spider”. The group after that released their debut full-length Basic Get away in 1992. Getting scant promotion as well as less airplay, Basic Get away quickly vanished in the cutout bins combined with the music group. The first ‘90s one “Blue Bouquets” was uncovered by new influx radio DJs in the Philippines in 2002, turning the obscure monitor right into a collector’s item.