13 Engines was a Canadian rock band in the 1990s. Formed in 1985 as The Ikons, the band consisted of four York University students – vocalist John Critchley, guitarist Mike Robbins, bassist Jim Hughes, and drummer Grant Ethier. They released a self-titled independent cassette in 1986 before changing their name to 13 Engines. The name was a reference to the automobile industry in Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan, which were the first two markets to embrace the band.
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