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ESP were an obscure, mid-’80s rock music group featuring vocalist Costs Jennings, guitarists Brian Waterbury and Costs Gleason, bassist John T. McCarthy, and drummer Sean Kelly. Motivated by the more lucrative American metal clothes of your day, such as for example Queensrÿche, Metal Cathedral, and their Connecticut neighbours Fates Caution, ESP produced the nearly obligatory pit end on a Steel Massacre compilation (quantity eight, using the melody “Consider Them Alive”), before documenting their only record, 1987’s THE NEAR FUTURE IS CURRENTLY, for Mercenary Information. Technically achieved but musically normal, the record proceeded to go certainly nowhere, and, since it soon proved, neither would ESP, who splintered before they will make any extra headway.

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