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The New Wave were from Hong Kong.
After the First Opium War, Hong Kong became a crown colony in 1843. The first urban settlement was named Victoria City. The Kowloon Peninsula south of Boundary Street and Stonecutter’s Island was ceded to the British in 1860 under the Convention of Peking after the Second Opium War. Various adjacent lands, known as the New Territories (including New Kowloon and Lantau Island), were then leased by Britain for 99 years, from 1 July 1898 to 30 June 1997.
The New Wave were apparently a creation of their record label, New Wave Record Company, were most likely comprised of studio musicians. I have not been able to find other information about this recording.
Thanks to Mack at Far East Audio for translating the titles for me.
If you have any information, please contact me.
Catalog number NWLP 5, released by the New Wave Recording Company of Hong Kong. No date given.
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