Satellite Spies was a New Zealand band formed in 1984 by Deane Sutherland and Mark Loveys. The group enjoyed some success with "Destiny in Motion" (1985) which charted at and in the 1985 New Zealand Music Awards were voted Most Promising Group, with Loveys as awarded Most Promising Male Vocalist. They supported Dire Straits during their 1986 tour of New Zealand.
A2. Should The Truth Escape. B. Machine (Extended Mix). Engineer – Chris SheldonProducer – Tim Palmer. Machine (7", Single). Reaction Records, Festival Records.
Satellite Spies was a New Zealand band formed in 1984 by Deane Sutherland and Mark Loveys. They supported Dire Straits during their 1986 tour
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Satellite Spies Unreleased Tracks.
Satellite Spies: listen and download Mark Loveys Satellite Spies - Destiny in Motion, Mark Loveys Satellite Spies - Half Way There, Mark Loveys Satellite Spies - Hold On to the Night, Mark Loveys Satellite Spies - Island Blue & more. I Wish I'd Asked 03:58. Night Watchman 03:56. Nothing I'd Rather Do 05:29. All songs from Destiny in Motion. Mark Loveys Satellite Spies - Us Against the World, 2011. Just Like the Movies 05:26. Private Detective 04:16.
Artist: Mark Loveys Satellite Spies. Album: Us Against the World. Download Mark Loveys Satellite Spies - Private Detective. Us Against the World: Best 2 songs. Mark Loveys Satellite Spies - Meet Me in My Dreams 04:11.
But since 1991, Satellite Spies has been Deane Sutherland’s baby with a revolving door of musicians and constant touring to all corners of the country. The 1980s Satellite Spies revolved around the songwriting of Loveys with the unwavering support of Mandrill Recording Studios and Reaction Records boss Glyn Tucker Jnr and helping hands from contemporaries DD Smash and The Mockers. Much of the contention centres on the band name. For the next few months, Tucker and Roberton corresponded about Palmer producing an album for the band. However, nobody was keen on the Blasé name and thought they didn’t have a strong enough image.
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|A2||Should The Truth Escape||4:42|
|B||Machine (Extended Mix)
Engineer – Chris SheldonProducer – Tim Palmer
NotesRecorded at Mandrill Studios
|REACT 026, K 9728||Satellite Spies||Machine (7", Single)||Reaction Records, Festival Records||REACT 026, K 9728||New Zealand||1986|