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Replicants

Pursuing his amicable divided with Instrument in 1995, Paul D’Amour met up with keyboardist Chris Pitman and Failure members Greg Edwards and Ken Andrews for an offhanded task referred to as the Replicants. Apart from the apparent Blade Runner research, the group’s name also poked fun at the actual fact how the Replicants were only a glorified cover music group. Taking on a range of materials from Paul McCartney, T. Rex, Red Floyd, the Vehicles, and Neil Adolescent, the group released their off-kilter eponymous debut recording in past due 1995. Soon thereafter, D’Amour, Edwards, and Pitman continued to create Lusk with previous Medicine innovator Brad Laner.

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