Get were a strange yet enjoyable pop music group from Scotland that crept onto the music picture with a couple of singles in 1985 and 1986, but didn’t bypass to releasing their debut recording within the London label, Uh! Tears Baby (A Garbage Icon), until 1987. Led by previous Fire Engines primary guy Davey Henderson on vocals, acoustic guitar, and keyboards, Get also presented Russel Burn off (keyboards, percussion, vocals, and examples), Ian Stoddart (drums, vocals, percussion, and keyboards), Manny Shoniwa (acoustic guitar, bass, keyboards, and vocals), and Simon Smeeton (acoustic guitar, bass, keyboards, and vocals). Uh! Tears Baby was a unusual mixture of Henderson’s quirky songwriting and a “contemporary” (for the ’80s) dance groove. The clean creation (by David Movement) added a lot more to the unusual feel from the album. This is a music group aching to breakdown barriers while staying firmly included. Visualize Marc Bolan fronting early It Bites covering music by Orange Juice and getting the entire thing blended by Kraftwerk and Adam Ant (“wow” is normally correct). As unusual as Henderson’s music were, these were still catchy and hummable, fueled with the soulful groove from the band. 2 yrs later, Gain released their belated sophomore record, Freaky Cause, on Virgin. By adding William Perry (keyboards and vocals), Gain sounded simply the same (albeit a bit more funky). Without very much success, the music group drifted apart. Henderson resurfaced a couple of years later as head of Nectarine No. 9.