More mystery rock 'o the 80s. Just the stuff of Wilfully Obscure dreams. The only contact info provided for People With Names was an oblong leaflet tossed in with this 45 providing a Buffalo, NY contact address. If indeed that's where this combo hails from they didn't have squat to do with the likes of the Goo Goo Dolls. Instead, PWN subscribed to a synthy aesthetic more in league with coldwave. The A-side "Entertainer" isn't your typical radio-friendly keyboard fodder, rather sleek and cerebral with minimalist undercurrents bearing an irresistible concaved rhythm. The vocals, predominantly spoken, may not jibe with everyone, but they do vaguely recall Neil Tennant's parlance in the Pet Shop Boys "West End Girls." The flip, "Another Florence Nightingale" ups the melodic ante a tad without sacrificing mystique. Deliciously subterranean with DIY sophistication for miles. My copy of the sleeve has a rather obtrusive radio station decal that I was mostly able to Photoshop out.