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  1. Fire Engines hailed from Edinburgh, United Kingdom and comprised David (Davy) Henderson (vocals/guitar), Murray Slade (guitar), Graham Main (bass),…

  2. Ludus was a post-punk band formed in 1978 in Manchester, UK by guitarist Arthur Kadmon, drummer Philip Tolman, bassist Willie Trotter, and singer…

  3. Glaxo Babies were formed in the winter of 1977 in Bristol, UK. The line up was Dan Catsis, guitar, Tom Nichols, Bass, Geoff Allsop, Drums and Rob…

  4. The Bush Tetras are a rock band from New York City. Forming in 1979, they were very popular in the New York club scene in the early 1980s, but…

  5. Girls At Our Best! were a post-punk group, founded in Leeds, England in 1979 under the name the Butterflies. The group consisted of vocalist Judy…

  6. Susan Whitby was 15 years old and had been playing saxophone for a little more than six months when she joined her friend Marion Elliot (aka Poly…

  7. The all-female Mo-dettes were formed in early 1979, originally calling themselves The Bomberettes. And although the assumption is that they were a…

  8. Formed in 1979 in Edinburgh, Scotland, Josef K was signed to the infamous Postcard label. After recording two albums of materials, only one album,…

  9. The Monochrome Set are an English post-punk band originally formed in 1978 from the remnants of a college group called The B-Sides (whose…

  10. Family Fodder are a group of musicians based around Alig Fodder, often with French singer Dominique. They’re best known for their compelling,…

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