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(Not to be confused with the country band [artist]Diamond Rio[/artist]) (Not to be confused with the country band [artist]Diamond Rio[/artist])
-[b]Diamond Reo[/b] was a rock band from Pittsburgh, PA, formed in 1974, consisting of members Franki Cruzi, Bubs McKeg, Norman Nardini, Robbie Johns, and later Warren King. They released three albums, their self-titled debut [album artist=Diamond Reo]Diamond Reo[/album] in 1975, [album artist=Diamond Reo]Dirty Diamonds[/album] in 1976, and [album artist=Diamond Reo]Ruff Cuts[/album] in 1978. Their debut album produces one midchart hit, a cover of [artist]Marvin Gaye[/artist]'s [track artist=Diamond Reo]Ain't That Peculiar[/track]. Following their breakup in 1978, Cruzi and King went on to form [artist]The Silencers[/artist], and Nardini formed [artist]Norm Nardini and the Tigers[/artist]. +[b]Diamond Reo[/b] was a rock band from Pittsburgh, PA, formed in 1974, consisting of members Franki Czuri, Bubs McKeg, Norman Nardini, Robbie Johns, and later Warren King. They released three albums, their self-titled debut [album artist=Diamond Reo]Diamond Reo[/album] in 1975, [album artist=Diamond Reo]Dirty Diamonds[/album] in 1976, and [album artist=Diamond Reo]Ruff Cuts[/album] in 1978. Their debut album produces one midchart hit, a cover of [artist]Marvin Gaye[/artist]'s [track artist=Diamond Reo]Ain't That Peculiar[/track]. Following their breakup in 1978, Czuri and King went on to form [artist]The Silencers[/artist], and Nardini formed [artist]Norm Nardini and the Tigers[/artist].

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(Not to be confused with the country band Diamond Rio) Diamond Reo was a rock band from Pittsburgh, PA, formed in 1974, consisting of members Franki Czuri, Bubs McKeg, Norman Nardini, Robbie Johns, and later Warren King. They released three albums, their self-titled debut Diamond Reo in 1975, Dirty Diamonds in 1976, and Ruff Cuts in 1978. Their debut album produces one midchart hit, a cover of Marvin Gaye's Ain't That Peculiar. Following their breakup in 1978, Czuri and King went on to form The Silencers, and Nardini formed Norm Nardini and the Tigers.