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Marionette

Formed in the first 80s in Islington, London, Marionette had been a four-piece group in the tradition of the brand new York Dolls and Encounters. The main power of the music group, fronted by vocalist Ray Zell, along with Dave Veal on electric guitar, KK (b. Kevin Matthew) on bass and Pig (b. Adam Honey) on drums, was within their live shows, which sometimes recalled the punk gigs from the middle- to past due 70s. Their initial discharge was Provocatively Trashy, a live cassette, and they ventured in to the documenting studio room for ‘My Baby Sucks’, that was a suggested single at that time, but didn’t materialize. By 1985 Zell was producing a name for himself being a journalist in the music press, ultimately doing work for Kerrang! newspaper where he made the long-running childrens favourite, Pandora Peroxide. ROCK Records did discharge one record by them, but UK glam acquired long since provided method to American imports. Zell revived the music group on the request from the Quireboys’ Spike, who asked Marionette to open up for them in the London Dominion in 1988. Zell right now seems content material to focus on composing. Pig wedded and moved overseas, and Veal functions as a college caretaker. KK worked well at Wessex Studios as associate to Bill Cost, and later on became a freelance engineer and maker, dealing with EMF, Catherine Steering wheel, Nymphs as well as the Wildhearts.

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