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The informal early line-up was gradually whittled down, though live shows were still chaotic and colourful, marked by their diversity of costumes and instrumentation, with strong elements of performance art. Deaf School's debut album, 2nd Honeymoon , was released in the UK in the summer of But its reception at the time was muted by the sudden popularity of punk rock, a style whose anger and urgency seemed at odds with Deaf School's more whimsical and eclectic approach.
Despite some lavish promotion by Warner Brothers and their continued popularity as a live act, Deaf School did not achieve significant chart success. In their first two albums were re-packaged together for the US market and several American dates were played in support, but no commercial breakthrough was made.
By mutual consent the band left Warner Brothers in and pursued separate careers. On disbanding, several members continued working in the music industry. Clive Langer became one of the foremost record producers of the s and s, working with Madness, Morrissey , David Bowie , Dexys Midnight Runners and Bush amongst others. Records from to Ian Ritchie became a prolific composer, producer and session player.
In most former Deaf School members reunited for live dates, with one of their Liverpool performances released as a live album, 2nd Coming , produced by Langer and Julian Wheatley. In May , Deaf School reformed for more concerts, culminating in an oversubscribed show in Liverpool for the reopening of the New Picket in the newly formed Independent District on 27 May.
Their first album was a big phenomenon in our lives. In they played at the Roundhouse in Camden, which was the greatest music venue in the world as far as we were concerned, and I was bowled over by them.. Deaf School again appeared at The Everyman Theatre Liverpool for two emotionally charged 'Goodbye to the Everyman' shows as part of the refurbishment closure events, and played the Port Eliot festival July In , Gregg Braden joined the band as permanent drummer. The album features seven new studio tracks alongside five tracks recorded live at the Floral Pavilion New Brighton in November , along with a bonus track from featuring Eric Shark on lead vocals.
A full-length studio album of new material, entitled Let's Do This Again Next Week - their first for 39 years - was released in December , featuring new songs written by the band in various formations. Although still a member of the band, tour commitments with Roger Waters with whom he has collaborated for three decades meant that Ian Ritchie was unable to contribute to the recordings. A short tour in support of the album, featuring the full seven-person lineup of the band, followed the same month.
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