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Jesters of Destiny

A music group whose music (an oddball fusion of rock with appositely upbeat pop elements and almost psychedelic sounds) was as peculiar as their moniker, LA, CA’s Jesters of Future confused so many people to help to make a lot of a name for themselves throughout their brief tell you the middle-’80s. Only if they’d emerged ten years later, once the easy label of “option metallic” was generously bandied going to everyone from Jane’s Dependence on Faith FORGET ABOUT, the band may have experienced better fortune; but since it performed away, their 1986 LP, Fun in the Funeral (preceded from the L.A. metallic rite-of-passage which was inclusion inside a Metallic Massacre compilation), dropped mainly upon deaf and/or perplexed ears upon launch. And what exceeded for the band’s most steady lineup — vocalist/bassist Bruce Duff, guitarists Ray Violet and Michael Montano, and drummer Dave Kuzma — efficiently crumbled after documenting a 1987 addresses EP, entitled Inside a Nostalgic Mood.

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