Following end of the underachieving glam supergroup Plane in 1976, the air Stars were produced by ex-John’s Children vocalist Andy Ellison,Sparks exile Martin Gordon (bass, songwriting), and Ian MacLeod (guitar) in 1977. Afterwards adding Steve Perry on drums, the group agreed upon to Chiswick Information and released its debut record, Music for Swinging Fans, in 1977. Over the fringes of both punk and brand-new wave scene, the air Stars were in mind a quirky rock-band constructed around Gordon’s music and Ellison’s enthusiastic vocals. Adding Trevor Light (who was simply also both in Sparks and Plane) in 1978 they released their second, relatively disappointing record, Vacation Album. Gordon still left immediately after the record tanked, efficiently ending the music group, though Ellison attemptedto revive the band’s name to small success within the ’80s. The group’s recordings have already been anthologized twice, 1st on 1982’s Two Mins Mr. Smith from the small Moonlight label, after that on 1992’s Someplace There is a Place for all of us by Ace.