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Sins of Satan

A self-contained spirit/funk music group from Detroit whose lineup featured Lester Williams (business lead vocals and acoustic guitar), John Brooks (business lead vocals, congas, and percussion), Jerome Barnes (background vocals and acoustic guitar), Robin Gentry (vocals, bass, and precession), and Jess Godfrey (vocals and drums). A 1976 launch on Buddah Information entitled “Dance and Free of charge YOUR BRAIN” did just a little business; it fallen from your Thou Shalt Boogie Forever recording released the same yr. Al Perkins and Jimmy Roach created Sins of Satan’s debut recording with input from your group. The Buddah stay was short and 1977 noticed them on United Performers Information who pumped out two singles “Like Brings Like” b/w “Mobile phone” (Sept 1977) and “Switch Man” b/w “Become BACK” (Feb 1978). Roach made an appearance from the picture as of this juncture as well as the record Future Star passed away from wimpy advertising. Sooner or later, Oliver Cheatham became a member of and sang business lead vocals. The music group was renamed Roundtrip, who documented on MCA, and Oliver, after Cheatham.

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