Octavian was a Canadian rock and roll group that formed around 1970. People included guitarists Costs Gauvreau and Warren Barbour, keyboardist Rob McDonald, drummer Kirk Dorrow, bassist Ray Lessard, and performers John Pulkkinen and Darryl Alguire. The group noticed the release of 1 record, Basic Kinda People, and some singles before splitting up in 1977. With Octavian forget about, Barbour and Lessard converted their focus on putting together a fresh group, Chain Response. The lead vocalist they earned to join the brand new group was Phil Naro. String Reaction documented their only recording in 1982, X-Rated Desire. The debut premiered beneath the Trillium Information label. As misfortune could have it, Trillium quickly began to proceed fail. The music group canceled their offer and drawn the recording back. Just a little good luck, and some good reviews, quickly earned the recording a spot around the Attic Information label. From then on one little bit of fortune, a dark cloud appeared to hover on the music group. As Chain Response attempted to tour and promote their recording, precisely what could fail, did, from incidents to mistaken arrest. Nearly as if to place an end with their constant problems, the bandmembers known as it quits just before another recording could be completed.