Located in London, England, Horses combined rock musicianship with a number of the lyrical issues from the punk movement. Composed of Gary Gene (vocals), Marc Perez (acoustic guitar), Damon Williams (bass) and Dave Hoyland (drums), after developing in 1988 they embarked on a gruelling circuit of support and golf club dates to determine their status. Their onstage behavior won them instant notoriety in London fanzines such as for example Home Of Dolls, and by the switch of the 90s some critics had been hailing them because the organic successors towards the musical and visible excesses of early Motörhead. In reality, their audio owed more towards the mysticism from the Cult as well as the unreconstructed attitude of Weapons N’Roses. An American documenting contract adopted in 1990 using the MCA Information subsidiary Auto technician, Atlantic Information having flipped them down to be “as well erratic”. Nevertheless, the band’s debut, Diesel Power, was strangely without the feisty characteristics that had produced them this intimidating live spectacle. Never to be puzzled with the Scottish woman designer of the same name.