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Mourneblade

London band whose primary claim to fame was that a single member was a Uk skateboarding champion. Produced in past due 1984, the group comprised Derek Jasnock (keyboards), Richard Jones (electric guitar), Dunken Mullet (vocals), Jeff Ward (drums) and Clive Baxter (bass). They combined the heavier characteristics of Hawkwind using the bass-driven power of Motörhead. Commensurate with that custom they had taken their name from a book by Michael Moorcock, and agreed upon to the Hawkwind-allied Flicknife Information. It had been their tenuous links using the last mentioned band that initial brought them interest, and their debut record contained six exceptional music, though it didn’t make an impression the Hawkwind fraternity or rock and roll fans generally. They vanished in the music scene for two years before regrouping in 1988, attaining a program on BBC radio’s, after that influential, Friday Rock and roll Present in July of the next year. This noticed them unveil a fresh sound, which acquired recently been sketched even more completely in January, when their second recording had came. This contained additional Hawkwind-inspired paths, including ‘Hall FROM THE Mountain Ruler’, but also grim stories such as for example ‘Lolita’ and ‘Blonde Gorgeous And Deceased’. Several gigs and poor record product sales later, they came back to obscurity.

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