Phantom were an obscure rock music group whose every try to break right into the mainstream through the entire past due ’80s and early ’90s fell good short of achievement. Based in NEW YORK, the band premiered in 1985 by vocalist “Falcon” Eddie Green, guitarist Neil C.J. Santell, bassist Chris Romanelli, and drummer Michael Gandia, ultimately linking up with the infamous New Renaissance label (lengthy on promises, brief on providing them) for the discharge of its debut record, Deceased or Alive, 2 yrs later. However the album’s melodic power steel sound was honestly interchangeable with this of countless, similarly futile outfits of that time period, aswell as mildly effective types like Jag Panzer, Omen, and Helstar, and the brand new Renaissance association and in addition came to nothing at all. However Phantom persisted — or at least Falcon and C.J. do — recruiting a fresh tempo section in bassist Charley Buckland and drummer John Bellon after credit scoring a new cope with Shark Information for the discharge of the eponymous sophomore LP in 1991. This as well failed to progress the group’s profession, despite showing very much progress, therefore Phantom would bow out soon after the discharge of their third record, Cyberchrist (offering yet another tempo section in bassist Chris Romanelli and drummer Michael Gandia) in 1993, to never be noticed from again.