1. Flint was a solo project by Keith Flint of the The Prodigy. The band had four members; Keith on vocals, Jim Davies (Prodigy live guitar, ex-Pitchshifter) on guitar, Kieron Pepper (Prodigy live drummer, ex-RealTV, ex-Happy Gilmore) and Tony Howlett (co-wrote Baby’s Got a Temper, but not related to Liam Howlett) (both) on drums. Kieron’s role in Flint was to be the bassist on recordings, but live he sat behind the drums and left bass duties to Rob Holliday (Gary Numan, Marilyn Manson, The Mission, Curve, The Prodigy, Sulpher).
They managed to do several gigs, and their first live gig was held at Scala, London 11 June 2003. The first limited single was called Asteroids released in May 2003 (as one sided pink vinyl 10” limited to 2000 copies). The first official single was Aim4, released on 14 July 2003. The video for the single was directed by Jonas Åkerlund who also directed Smack My Bitch Up, among others. After that the band was supposed to release their debut album Device #1 produced by Youth on 28th July 2003 but the album was aborted and later the band decided to split up. Now, Keith has a new solo project called Clever Brains Fryin.
2. A Freestyle rapper from Poland
3. A project between Jay Chappell and Andy Galea: 2 London, UK based House Music DJs that met while playing for the Journeys By DJ record label in the mid to late 90s. At this time they produced some House Music tracks which never saw commercial release. After the demise of JDJ they changed their style to the upcoming breaks format and had a number of releases on Finger Lickin’ Records including Theme From Flint, Everybody’s Funkin’ and a remix of Soul of Man’s “Between The Eyes”.
4. Flint - 1978
Don Brewer - drums, vocals
Billy Elworthy - guitar, vocals
Mel Schacher - bass, guitar, vocals
Craig Frost - keyboards
Frank Zappa - guitar on “Better You Than Me” and “You’ll Never Be The Same”
One off album by former members of Grand Funk with guest appearances by some heavyweights of the day!
5. Edmonton’s Flint could be a renewable energy source. They remind me a great deal of early Blood Brothers, the sound of a broken piano that is having all the keys mashed at once, then turning on a dime in an all-out sonic assault. Kinetic energy that could power a city.
Edited by marth99 on 3 May 2012, 10:14
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Jay Chappell is a personal friend. There was no mention of the Polish rapper although there is a lot of activity from Polish listeners on here and he needs some representation.
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