Agents Aren’t Aeroplanes were a one-off hi-NRG female duo consisting of Diana and Julie Seabrook.
From the online bio – “It is in 1984 that the Stock Aitken Waterman story really begins. Firmly established in his Camden Town office, Pete Waterman received a call from Mike Stock, asking for a meeting. Pete agreed, and Mike and Matt turned up with a song they had written and produced with a keyboard player called Pete Ware called “The Upstroke”, a hi-NRG female version of Frankie Goes To Hollywood’s “Relax”. Pete Waterman liked the song and decided to form a partnership with Mike and Matt. “The Upstroke” was released on Proto, performed by two-girl band Agents Aren’t Aeroplanes – it wasn’t a hit, but it was a club hit and was championed by Radio One’s John Peel.”
The single “The Upstroke” was written by, produced by Pete Waterman. The Naughty Mix was by Ian Levine.
The Upstroke 6:25
Shadow Man 3:51
The Upstroke (Naughty Mix) 10:09