A French progressive rock and roll quartet that had some regional success in the later 1970s and early ’80s, Sea specialized in a heady mixture of stadium-ready hard rock and roll and prog-influenced rock. Founded in 1974 by guitarist Georges Bodossian, who cites Yes’ Stories from Topographic Oceans as the motivation for the band’s name, Sea released three well-received albums between 1976 and 1981, and had been also known as a leading drive in the brand new Influx of French ROCK. Their 1976 debut LP, God’s Clown, was sung completely in British, and drew evaluations to contemporaries like Led Zeppelin, Iron Maiden, and Ruler Crimson. The group’s eponymous sophomore studio room long player noticed Ocean writing within their indigenous tongue, as do 1980’s A Live + B, but multiple workers changes plus some shady label chicanery led to the music group ceasing operations, beyond a small number of singles, in the first ’80s. Over another couple of years, the band released a small number of compilations, and would frequently re-form for brief travels, but no brand-new studio music will be released until 2016’s aptly called C’est la Fin.