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Flash and the Pan


The best-known alter ego from the Harry Vanda/George Young songwriting team (the creative force behind the Easybeats), Flash as well as the Pan began simply like a between-production project in 1976. By 1979, the task had proved a novelty strike with the solitary “Hey St. Peter.” Another solitary, “Down One of the Lifeless,” also became popular throughout Australia and European countries, inspiring the discharge of the recording Flash as well as the Skillet. American radio started playing transfer copies which resulted in a cope with Epic Information. The record would shortly reach the very best 100 within the U.S. regardless of the insufficient a helping tour. They released two even more albums with some minimal success within the U.K., but didn’t make much influence because of the part-time character of the task.

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Full Name Flash and the Pan
Music Songs Walking in the Rain, Waiting for a Train, Hey St. Peter, Down Among the Dead Men, Midnight Man, Early Morning Wake Up Call, Welcome to the Universe, The African Shuffle, Media Man, Hey Jimmy, The Man Who Knew the Answer, Money Don't Lie, Where Were You, Jetsetters Ball, Love Is a Gun, Hole in the Middle, Lights In The Night, Captain Beware, Man in the Middle, Lady Killer, Atlantis Calling, Yesterday's Gone, Phil the Creole, Psychos on the Street, Make Your Own Cross, Ayla, Communication Breakdown, Fat Night, Don't Vote, Something About You, Look at That Woman Go, Nights in France
Albums Lights in the Night, Early Morning Wake Up Call, Headlines, Flash and the Pan, Nights in France, Burning Up the Night, Under Control, Blues Brothers 3 (.000 for Julia), The Hits Collection, Ayla - The Best Of, Flash Hits, The 12Inch Mixes, Ayla - The Best of Flash and the Pan, Pan-orama, Collection, Midnight Man, Same

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