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UFO!

Drum’n’bass experimentalist UFO! pushes the limitations from the genre using its self-described “Cutting tool Runner funk,” a rigorous mixture of pounding assaults and sci-fi atmospherics. Created Ed Garro, UFO! offers released several singles on brands in both USA and overseas, but first found wide attention using the Foe Infiltration solitary, …

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Captain Beyond

Captain Beyond was a rock and roll group shaped in LA in 1972 by ex-members of various other prominent groups. Vocalist Fishing rod Evans (b. January 19, 1947, Slough, Berkshire, Britain) have been with Deep Crimson; drummer Bobby Caldwell got caused Johnny Wintertime; and guitarist Larry Rheinhart (b. July 7, …

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Pete Way

Best known while the bassist for UFO, Pete Method in addition has been an associate of Waysted, Fastway, and Ozzy Osbourne’s touring music group. Created August 7, 1951, in Enfield, Middlesex, Method co-founded UFO in 1969 along with vocalist Phil Mogg and drummer Andy Parker. Through the early ’70s, the …

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UFO

Vocalist Phil Mogg, guitarist Mick Bolton, bassist Pete Method, and drummer Andy Parker shaped the Uk space metal clothing UFO in 1969. Originally referred to as Hocus Pocus, the group, which got the name UFO honoring a London golf club, debuted in 1971 with UFO 1. Both album and its …

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Fastway

One of the most promising ’80s supergroups that never was, England’s Fastway was never quite in a position to come to grips using their sonic identification, and in spite of a promising begin, in the long run their profession was an nearly absolute flameout. Pursuing his acrimonious departure from metallic …

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Axe

Axe was a difficult rock-band from Florida, originally formed in the past due ’70s by past users of Babyface. The lineup experienced originally been Bobby Barth (acoustic guitar, lead vocals), Edgar Riley (keyboards, support vocals), Mike Turpin (bass), and Bob Kilometers (drums). Later on, Mike Osbourne was added as second …

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Hawkwind

Any sci-fi fan with an extended memory space probably remembers those 1970s’ DAW paperback editions of Michael Moorcock’s sword-and-sorcery novels, making use of their pictures of heavily armored, very muscular warriors carrying huge swords and standing up against eerie scenery and starscapes. Consider that imagery, toss in some brands and …

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Atomkraft

Though they ultimately achieved much less notoriety (both bad and the good) than cross-town rivals Venom, Newcastle’s Atomkraft were actually formed also sooner than the fearsome black steel pioneers — in the past in 1979, as a matter of known fact. Area of the initial surge of New Influx of …

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British Lions

British isles Lions were in huge part a continuation of Mott (the post-Ian Hunter version of Mott the Hoople), retaining keyboardist Morgan Fisher, lead guitarist Ray Main, bassist Overend W, and drummer Dale Griffin; ex-Medicine Mind vocalist/guitarist John Fiddler was added on business lead vocals. Just like Mott have been …

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The Pink Fairies

The excessive, drug-fueled Red Fairies grew from the Deviants, a loose-knit group formed in 1967 by members from the Western world London hippie commune Ladbroke Grove. Primarily dubbed the Public Deviants and consisting mainly of vocalist Mick Farren, guitarist Paul Rudolph, bassist Duncan Sanderson, and drummer Russell Hunter, the group …

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