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Modern Romance is a British pop music band that found popularity in the early 1980s. Formed in 1980 by previous members of an earlier band, The Leyton Buzzards, the band achieved a string of UK chart hits before the original band broke up in 1985. Andy Kyriacou reformed the band in 1999 who continue to perform the band's music. Geoffrey Deane and David Jaymes formed Modern Romance in 1980, having previously been the mainstays of the punk parody band the Leyton Buzzards which they formed in 1977.
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Modern Romance first hit the UK charts in 1981. They came into being after The Buzzards (formerly punk band The Leyton Buzzards) split in 1980. Long time friends Geoffrey Deane and David Jaymes, who had formed The Leyton Buzzards in 1976, joined forces with John Du Prez, Robbie Jaymes, Paul Gendler and Andy Kyriacou to create an irresistible blend of funk and salsa. He ended up as a writer and was the screenwriter for the hit film Kinky Boots. Modern Romance first hit the UK charts in 1981.
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Move On" is a single by UK band Modern Romance. It was released in 1984 as a 7-inch single and 12-inch single by RCA Records and was produced by Tony Visconti. It is taken from their studio album Burn It! (1984) as is the B-side, "That's Entertainment". The album debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart, moving 345,000 equivalent units in the week ending August 13. Critical reception.
|RCAT 454, PC 68235||Modern Romance||Move On (12")||RCA, RCA||RCAT 454, PC 68235||UK||1984|
|01.44.700108||Modern Romance||Move On / Come On (7", Single, Promo)||RCA||01.44.700108||Peru||1985|