1986 - the year I was born, and the year my uncle Robert Porcodio was about my age. He used to play headless-bass (and wear this awesome orange jacket) in this legendary 80s power-ballad-band called Isolation back then. Their legendary debut concept album "Argonaut Journey" sold platinum in Nicaragua and French Overseas Territories. The memorable melange of power ballads, guitar solos, and my uncle's signature hip moves were known to everybody in the key demographic group of 17-49 year olds (in the Bulgarian red army). They also contributed the theme song for Walter Mondale's 1984 presidential campaign. After their song "Love Is Not Real" was not featured in the soundtrack for the movie "Top Gun", the record company stopped the distribution of the legendary album "Isolation VII", which has become a bootlegged underground phenomenon ever since. Isolation was history, and history was forgotten.
Finally Capitolism Records (those guys suck!) re-released "How Does It Feel" from Isolation's 7th album to raise some money... well, at least they did something!