Guys Brigade was a solid pop/rock and roll group that laid straight down root base in Toronto, Canada, in 1981. The band’s music is certainly somewhat much like that of Wishbone Ash, Hurry, or Small Steven. The entire roster for Guys Brigade included lead vocalist and keyboardist Malcolm Burn off, percussionists and history performers Jeff Packer and David Porter, guitarist and vocalist Tony Lester, drummer Costs Brock, and bassist Wayne Lorenz. The music group only lasted unchanged for a couple years, but were able to documented one record and two strike singles, “The Interest of Like” and “Melody.” Geddy Lee, an associate himself of Hurry, worked as manufacturer for Guys Brigade once the group started documenting its self-titled debut record in 1983. Aside from the two big strikes listed above the fact that album created, a number of the various other tracks in the initial full-length offering had been “Mannequin,” “Exodus,” and “In to the Stream.” After getting great testimonials from critics and such achievement with an initial effort, it had been a huge shock when Guys Brigade fell aside a short while later, also before a sophomore record could be completed.
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