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Nutz

Created in Liverpool, Britain, in 1973 by singer Dave Lloyd, guitarist Mick Devonport, bassist Keith Mulholland, and drummer John Mylett, hard rockers Nutz recognized themselves among the decade’s most undistinguished second-tier functions. non-e of their four albums for A&M — 1974’s Nutz, 1975’s Nutz As well, 1976’s Hard Nutz (presenting keyboard participant Kenny Newton), or 1977’s Nutz Live Cutz — fared especially well, and periodic support trips with Dark Sabbath and Budgie (not forgetting a Friday night time slot in the 1976 Reading Event) also didn’t further their trigger. By 1979 the music group was sputtering to a halt, however when their track “Bootliggers” was remarkably chosen for addition on 1980’s Metallic for Muthas (a compilation of growing New Influx of British ROCK skill like Iron Maiden, Praying Mantis, and Samson), Nutz made a decision to profit from the younger era by reinventing themselves as Trend. This hardly disguised new edition of Nutz (never to become confused using the German power metallic trio that made an appearance a couple of years later on) ejected their key pad player, recruited extra guitarist Terry Steers, and continued to record three even more albums before finally splitting up in 1984.

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