A hardcore but tuneful fresh wave pop music group from NEW YORK, Sorrows (no “the,” make sure you) were formed by guitarist and singer Arthur Alexander in 1977 a couple of months after the break up of his influential power pop combo the Poppees. With tongue somewhat in cheek, Alexander referred to his eyesight for Sorrows as “ABBA fits the Sex Pistols,” and he recruited his previous Poppees bandmate Jett Harris to try out drums in the brand new group, along with guitarist Joey Cola and bassist Ricky Road. Sorrows soon produced a name for themselves on the brand new York club picture, frequently playing CBGB’s, Max’s Kansas Town, and various other hip night areas, and in 1979, the music group landed an archive cope with Pavilion Information, a department of CBS. But while their debut record, 1980’s Teenage Heartbreak, gained enthusiastic testimonials and became a cult preferred among pop obsessives, the label’s advertising was minimal as well as the record marketed poorly. Because of their second record, 1981’s Love As well Late, Sorrows had been matched up with renowned manufacturer Shel Talmy, who in the mid-’60s got caused the Who, the Kinks, the Creation, as well as the Easybeats; sadly, the thought of dealing with Talmy was much better than the outcomes, and the record didn’t fare aswell with critics and marketed no much better than they debut. Sorrows split up in the middle-’80s as well as the albums dropped out of printing, never showing up on CD because they became the stuff of tale among enthusiasts of ’80s pop. This year 2010, Bomp! Information released Bad Moments MEMORIES, a assortment of demos and alternative versions of materials from Sorrows’ debut record; Alexander also announced that Sorrows had been playing a small number of reunion displays to support the brand new album’s discharge, with the chance of fresh recordings planned.