Among Mickie Most’s numerous UK successes over the RAK Information label within the 70s, this pop clothing was formed in 1976 in the ashes from the unsuccessful Phoenix Press. The line-up highlighted Richard Gower (b. 1955, Hackney, London, Britain; vocals/keyboards), Phil Fursdon (vocals/electric guitar), Pete Miller (vocals/bass) and Clive Wilson (vocals/drums). After playing thoroughly across the pub circuits, an early on supporter known as Steve Matthews brought Racey to the eye of all in London. He quickly agreed upon them after hearing a demonstration, plus they released their debut ‘Baby It’s You’, compiled by Chris Norman and Pete Spencer of Smokie, which narrowly skipped the charts. Nevertheless, they got their strike with second one, ‘Lay down Your Like On Me’ (compiled by Mike Chapman and Nicky Chinn), which increased to #3 3 in the united kingdom graphs in early 1979. Another Chapman/Chinn structure ‘Some Young ladies’ proceeded to go one place better in March, but after two even more Top 30 strikes, including a cover edition of Dion’s ‘Runaround Sue’, the competition was over. Lead vocalist Richard Gower proved helpful being a songwriter for RAK through the 80s before re-forming Racey in the first 90s. This line-up from the music group recorded several brand-new music for 1995’s State Wow! Greatest & Most recent. They remain a favorite draw over the Western european nostalgia circuit.