Figures on a Beach was a musical band formed in Detroit, Michigan, in the early 1980s from of the ashes of the band Razor 1922, which played in a style that drew influences from New Romantic, techno, and pop music. The group was composed of vocalist Anthony Kaczynski; guitarist John Rolski; keyboardist Christopher Ewen; bassist Perry Tell; and drummer, multimedia designer, animator, and illustrator Michael "Smitty" Smith and recorded an independent EP, Swimming, in 1983, and the Don Was-produced single "Breathless" in 1984. Figures moved to Boston in 1985 and was signed by Seymour Stein of Sire Records soon afterward. Figures released its first full-length album in 1987, titled Standing on Ceremony. A self-titled LP (Figures on a Beach) followed in 1989, containing a minor hit cover of Bachman-Turner Overdrive's "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" and a single titled "Accidentally 4th Street (Gloria)." The group disbanded in 1991.
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