Australian band Dear Enemy suffered the fate of having one successful single (Computer One) and being unable to capitalise on the success, despite significant media attention.
The Melbourne band derived its name from the popular Australian comic strip Ginger Meggs. Whenever Ginger received letters from his rival Eddie Coogan, they were always addressed “Dear Enemy”.
The album spawned three singles; Computer One (December 1983), The Good Life (February 1984) and Kids on the Street (May 1984).
Jerry Leigh then replaced Amenta and the band issued one final (independent) single, You’re Right You’re Right in December 1988 before calling it a day.