NEW - Psychedelic Furs, Midnight to Midnight
Midnight to Midnight is the fifth studio album by the English rock band the Psychedelic Furs, released in February 1987 by Columbia Records.
Midnight to Midnight was produced by Chris Kimsey, who was known for his work with the Rolling Stones and had recently produced Marillion's best-selling album Misplaced Childhood. A more overtly commercial effort than the Psychedelic Furs had previously recorded, Midnight to Midnight was their highest-charting album in the UK, reaching number 12, yet frontman Richard Butler later characterized it as "hollow, vapid and weak", and the album has been described as "over-produced and underwhelming".
The album also featured the single "Heartbreak Beat", which proved to be the Furs' biggest Top 40 entry in the US at that time. The album also featured drummer Paul Garisto and saxophonist Mars Williams, both of whom continued to tour with the band