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Animal Logic

Experimental pop unit Pet Logic began in 1987 like a long-discussed collaboration between ex-Police drummer Stewart Copeland and jazz fusion bass virtuoso Stanley Clarke; after wading through a huge selection of demonstration tapes and auditions, the duo found out Los Angeles-based vocalist/songwriter Deborah Holland, recruiting Copeland’s previous bandmate Andy Summers to total the initial lineup. In the beginning dubbed Hurry Hour, the group toured Brazil ahead of adopting the pet Logic name, quickly entering the studio room (minus Summers) to record their self-titled 1989 debut LP. Pet Logic II adopted in 1991 and was the trio’s last effort.

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