Backwards Into Paradise


Todays post features a track from 1986 from Dublin three piece Backwards Into Paradise. You may be familiar with the band under their later abbreviated name Into Paradise in which guise they released a number of albums. I however am particularly fond of this track and hopefully when you listen you’ll see why.

Update: While researching today’s track I came across this interesting blog post which has some more detail. Apparently ‘Never The Same’ was released with ‘She Is Close’ on Snap-Owl Records in 1986.

Never The Same (1986)

7 Responses to “Backwards Into Paradise”

  1. Andre Galka Says:

    what a nice song! Could you please also put the b-side on the web?


  2. Arfton Clax Says:

    Most excellent. Always loved Into Paradise and Blue in Heaven. Ah, the misery of the ’80’s… Coming right back atcha now!

    Now, where did i leave that Mullet and shark tooth ear -ring?

  3. Fanning Sessions Says:

    Andre, sorry for the late reply, I’m afraid I don’t have the b-side, maybe someone else can help? Just added an Into Paradise track over here.

  4. Andre Galka Says:

    Thank you very much. Happy New Year!

  5. What a great track! Love it, can’t get it out of my head. Have it now on repeat as I head through the National Park to the Northern Beaches of Sydney. This song makes the journey even more enjoyable. Great Find!!!

  6. Fanning Sessions Says:

    Thanks Simon, listening again myself and I agree! Have you seen this recent related post?

  7. I did indeed see that (and commented on it!). Wonderful music, look forward to the next installment… I also hope David decides to self release his new CD via the web and cut out the middle man. He deserves the cash not Tower Records…

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