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The Exits


The Exits were later-70s mod-revivalists fondly remembered by specialists because of their mod classic, “THE STYLE Plague.” The music group was shaped in South London in 1975 by Colin Swan (bass) and Geno Buckmaster (electric guitar) with John Clarkston (keyboards) and Gary Hurley (drums). By 1978, the Exits got jumped in the mod bandwagon began with the Jam, launching their sole one on Lightning Information. Swan and Buckmaster disbanded the group in November 1980 to create The Direct Strikes.

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Full Name The Exits
Music Songs Let's Go To Haiti, Lonely Man's Wallet, Back To The Rebels, Don't Push, Pressure Cooker, Warm Summer Days, Home From An Island, Susan, When I'm Free, Who Asked You, Unsatisfied Man, Just a Dream, La Noche Es Nuestra, Sueño Contigo, Splinter in my eye, You Lose, I don't follow your dream, Night, Scream And Shout, Lights Out, Tell Me All Again, Poisonous Love, The Sun Will Rise In Queens, Break Me, People Ain't Gone, Trapped, Shake, Defacto, Worthless, Darlin, Hey Man, Italy
Albums The Exits, The Legendary Lost Exits Album

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