Boys Brigade - "Melody"
Toronto Canada's Boys Brigade formed in 1981 playing speakeasies and underground clubs before performing on Queen Street. Their debut 1983 album was produced by Rush's Geddy Lee after their manager, who was Rush's lighting designer, introduced them. The album contained two minor hit singles, "Melody" and "The Passion Of Love". The band that featured three percussionists and even more conflicting personalities broke up shortly after. They toured as opening act for Gang Of Four, The Romantics and The Stray Cats. Boys Brigade is a British version of the Boy Scouts. Lead vocalist Malcom Burn went on to a solo career as well as becoming a successful engineer/producer along with his brother in-law Daniel Lanois.