Hard Corps was a pioneering electronic and synth-pop band that emerged in the early 1980s. Hailing from the UK, the group consisted of Clive Pierce and Hugh Ashton as the primary members, with additional contributions from various musicians throughout its existence. Hard Corps gained recognition for their innovative and experimental approach to electronic music, blending industrial and new wave elements. They released several singles and an album titled “Metal and Flesh” in 1990. Their sound was characterized by intricate synth arrangements, driving beats, and atmospheric vocals, contributing to the emerging electronic music scene of the time.
This lot is an authentic, unused Backstage Pass for a Hard Corps concert around 1991. The pass is a satin sticker with a peelable backing. It is approximately 3.5″ tall by 3.25″ wide.
All passes are guaranteed original.