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Agony Bag was a band formed in early 1976 when flautist and saxophonist Clive Jones, who had been in Black Widow from its beginning to its demise, approached the original Black Widow drummer Clive Box (better known as Bok) with the idea of forming a new band. Bok had played in both Pesky Gee! and the original Black Widow with Clive and both featured on the seminal Black Widow album, “Sacrifice”.

In fact, it was Bok who had been the moving force behind Black Widow’s direction and presentation, which gave rise to their infamous satanic stage show.


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  • thrillseeker01

    i used to read an american biker mag called Iron Horse in the seventies,it had a mock problem page called "Agony Bag"

    12 Feb 2012 Reply
  • tgb89


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  • ManiacForces

    Something gay about them. I couldnt figure what it is though :p

    18 Jan 2010 Reply
  • Metalion_SOS

    Such a strange and original band, and a real hodge-podge of genres (metal, rock, glam, punk, prog, jazz) PLUS sex and humour - what more could you ask for!

    2 Oct 2009 Reply
  • ggallin4

    best band! every song is special! "rabies is a killer" & "vodka" kicks ass. clive jons is one of the best!

    3 Jul 2009 Reply
  • rym44

    so funny and great !!!!

    14 May 2009 Reply
  • unreal_be

    great band =)

    27 Mar 2009 Reply
  • kefallo

    Rabies is a killa is a killa is a killa is a killa yes rabies is a killa :D

    11 Sep 2008 Reply
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  • ezdra

    that best song! ha ha ha

    30 Sep 2007 Reply

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