Beginning existence as an experimental digital outfit, Sydney group Ya Ya Choral became a much-admired, if commercially unsuccessful, hard rock and roll outfit during the period of ten years. Ya Ya Choral’s initial discharge was the EP Such a Dutchman on M Squared in 1982, accompanied by the What’s a Quaver? record in July 1983. Guitarist Michael Filewood, previously of Systematics, changed Patrick Gibson because of their next one, “Two Lines,” in the Crimson Eyesight label in August 1985. Another year these were highlighted on ABC-TV’s BeatBox plan and movies for “Who’s the Ruler?” and “Lonesome FORGET ABOUT” received nationwide airplay. However the group split up in 1986, Fiona Graham, Michael Tee, and Michael Filewood revived proceedings in 1987 with a fresh lineup that included Joanna Urbanik on bass and Dave Kelly on drums. With a fresh sound that blended hard rock and roll and pop, support increased because they toured with rings such as for example Lime Spiders, the Radiators, and Sunnyboys. Their following EP, Grunts, premiered independently Maelstromm label in Oct 1988, afterwards released as Extra Grunt. Their debut record, One Small Stage for Mankind, premiered in March 1989. Spurred on with a positive response in the U.K. rock press, Ya Ya Choral toured the U.K. later on that yr. A momentary name switch to Concern with Angels happened in 1990, however they reverted to Ya Ya Choral immediately after.