The Uk neo-progressive band Haze was formed in 1978 by Chris and Paul McMahon. The Sheffield group continued to be quite inconspicuous during its ten-year lifestyle, playing basically a few times in the U.K. and liberating only two accurate albums, both which had been vinyl-only. Within THE UK, nevertheless, Haze was well-known to a little cult of supporters, which implemented the music group for over 500 live shows — generally reached through a vintage beat-up ambulance. Various lineup changes held the group from achieving very much before 1983, but by the next calendar year, the McMahons acquired create the Gabadon label and released C’est la Vie. The next 2 yrs brought a frenzied touring timetable, as well as the discharge of two cassette-only albums, Cellar Replay (1985) as well as the live Wart’s ‘N All (1986). Haze’s last record, Stoat & Container, was released in 1987, as well as the band split up a season afterwards. In 1996, the Kinesis label released a best-of entitled In the long run.