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No Power was formed being a man vocal quartet in the first ’90s in Southern California, comprising business lead singer Ric Felix (aka Ricky Godinez and afterwards billed as Ricky G), given birth to Dec 2, 1980, in San Bernadino, CA; lead vocalist Josh Keaton, delivered Feb 8, 1979, in Pasadena, CA; vocalist/rapper Danny Zavatsky, delivered June 1, 1982, in Long Seaside, CA; and vocalist Eric Stretch, delivered June 22, 1980, in Yorba Linda, CA. Once they had been executing locally for a couple years, their supervisor, Richard Walters of Smash Music, got their demonstration tape to Jerry Greenberg and Jono Kohan of MJJ Music, Michael Jackson’s custom made record label at Sony Music. Greenberg and Kohan handed down it to Jackson who agreed upon No Power, and their debut one, “Don’t End,” was released in Oct 1997, accompanied by the record CONTINUE in November. The recordings flopped, no Power regrouped. Keaton parted firm together and was changed by Tommy McCarthy. They remaining Sony and visited Maverick, Madonna’s custom made label at Warner Bros., issuing their second recording, No Expert, in July of 2000. (Maverick also reissued CONTINUE.)

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