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Blue Apple Boy

As an ostensible special event for finally luring in what were a good lineup, longtime indie heroes Sleepy People disregarded their decade-long streak of misfortune and spinning cast associates and furnished themselves with a fresh name, Blue Apple Guy. Now with Tag Dunphy (business lead vocal), Paul Wish (guitars), Graeme Swaddle (drums), Rachel Theresa (vocal, flute, moog), Norman Fay (keyboards), and Costs “Cowboy” Bailey (bass electric guitar), the music group released their debut one, “Who’s That Contacting?,” on Oxford-based Shifty Disco in the summertime of 2000, which, because of the brand-new moniker or the actual fact that ex-Ultrasound’s Richard Green slotted an appearance, captured the attention from the mainstream press for the very first time in the band’s profession. “Freak,” their second one, was quickly released later that calendar year independently Bad Apple Information, and long-ago member and Ultrasound vocalist Andrew “Tiny” Hardwood even returned towards the flock to greatly help record the provisionally entitled Salient debut LP in the summertime of 2001 after Dunphy lowered out.

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