by Mark Nobes, chief editor

Last Film was an 80s one hit wonder for Kissing The Pink, reaching #19 in March 1983 in the UK singles chart. The song was taken from the band's debut album Naked which reached #54 in the UK. 

The band released two more studio albums during the 80's; What Noise (1984) and Certain Things Are Likely (1986 as KTP). In 1985 several band members departed and they changed their name to simply KTP. The title track from the last album reached #1 for three weeks on the US Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart.

So do you remember this one? I have to be honest, somehow, it passed me by in the 80s! I'm not sure whether the song didn't receive much airplay on the station I was listening to, but it's not a track that I really remember. However, here are some facts that I have dug out about the band;

Studio Albums

1983 Naked

1984 What Noise?

1986 Certain Things Are Likely

1993 Sugarland


1983 Last Film (#19 UK)

1983 Watching Their Eyes

1983 Love Lasts Forever

1983 Maybe This Day

1986 Never Too Late To Watch You

1987 Certain Things are Likely

2002 Icecream


This is another track from the album Naked which was also released as a single. I actually like this better than The Last Film, and I'm actually quite surprised that this didn't break into the Top 40, at least. It reminds me a little of Sisters Of Mercy.

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