Because they’re Irish Ghost of the American Airman faced the inevitable evaluations with their countrymen U2. Needless to say, the best vocals of business lead vocalist and guitarist Dodge McKay also added to Ghost of the American Airman becoming viewed as another U2. Comprising McKay, Ben Trowell (acoustic guitar), Alan Galbraith (bass), and Matt Matthews (drums), Ghost of the American Airman created in Belfast, Ireland within the middle-‘80s. The music group released their 1st single, “I Listen to Voices”, in 1987. Nevertheless, five years exceeded prior to the group’s major-label debut, Existence Under Giants, in 1992. However the music group was refused a industrial breakthrough within the U.S. due mainly to the dominance of grunge in the first ‘90s and their melodic audio couldn’t look for a place inside the wall space of heavy-metal opinions. Ghost of the American Airman’s last album, 1993’s Pores and skin, received glowing evaluations but small radio curiosity. Ghost of the American Airman had been among the hardest-working organizations in Ireland, carrying out in small night clubs in Belfast in addition to tours of European countries as well as the U.S. but by no means able to get a large pursuing. Personal differences ultimately break up them up. McKay reappeared in Thompson.