The biting sounds of grunge and industrial ruled the choice airwaves within the 1990s, & most from the era’s guitarists discovered their licks in the Sex Pistols, Zeppelin, Sabbath and Metallica. A good number, though, had been also inspired with the science-fiction paranoia of Helios Creed, who produced the proto-industrialist group Stainless and erected an extended discography of over 20 albums (approximately half of these as a single action) to enforce his position in the next tier of important guitarists in his period. Helios Creed founded Stainless in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA around 1977 with vocalist/drummer Damon Advantage, guitarist John Lambdin and bassist Gary Spain. On the pursuing five years, Stainless explored punk and hardcore, with a growing reliance on synthesizers, tape loops and examples from Television. The group split up in 1982, and Creed was dormant for quite some time until his debut single record, X-Rated Fairy Stories, made an appearance in 1985. Another dried out spell endured before end from the 10 years, when Excellent Catholic premiered in the Subterranean label. (Both albums had been later reissued using one disk.) For his third record Last Have a good laugh, Creed transferred to the grunge imprint Amphetamine Reptile. He documented Boxing the Clown, Kiss to the mind and Lactating Crimson for AmRep, but in addition has released albums with the commercial label Cleopatra — including Busting With the Truck Allan, Cosmic Assault along with a self-titled album.