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Omnia Opera


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Many years ago (1985) in a town far, far away! Kidderminster to be exact! Two dudes, Ade Scholefield and Rob Lloyd who hadn’t come down yet from tripping to the sounds of Syd’s Pink Floyd, Gong, Amon Duul, Hawkwind etc began experimenting with their own sounds. With very limited resources and technology they began to create a sound that took the listener to their own warped dimensions! This warped musical vehicle was known as “The Genetics of Destiny”

Meanwhile, up the road in Malvern, fellow sonic audio warpster Andy Jones (founder member of the ‘OM band’) had also been plying his acid rock musical toil. By a stroke of fate the two factions came together to form the basis of what was to become the “Omnia Opera”

They did a couple of bodged local gigs/indoor festivals! wherein they found the rest of the original Omnia Opera crew such as Mike Tounge and the drones Natalie Jones and Lisa Moriaty. By now this loose collection of inadequate individuals had a purpose in life!

During the latter part of the 80’s they went on to support better known acts like Cardiacs, Here and Now, Huw Lloyd Langton, The Pink Fairies, Ring, and Dave Brocks Agents of Chaos and also a million hardcore punk bands of the time! Which was nice! The then drummer ‘Toungy’ left the band and after many exploding replacement drummers they found Neil Spragg (Sir Real) who has suffered with Omnia to the present day! (All donations welcome!!)

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  • Loonydrummer

    Any Omnia Opera lovers might be interested to know that the band will be playing on the saturday night at this awesome three day musical event, The Unorthodox Paradox, held in beautiful woodland on the banks of Lake Windermere. Weekend tickets are only £50 including camping, and there are loads of other killer bands on over the weekend. Check the website for more details!

    20 Jun 2012 Reply
  • andymadden

    see 'em live! Loved the new material at sONiC RoCk FeSt '10...

    9 Dec 2010 Reply
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  • StuBobsGhost

    SPACE BASTARDS!!! Check 'em out on myspace. Re-issues due soon of their early stuff. Best quality psychedelia

    6 Sep 2009 Reply
  • Amondroid

    Get Omnia Opera, get it,(the cd) on Delerium Records first released 93, just get it you won't be disappointed

    29 May 2009 Reply
  • denibean

    loveley jubbley *

    19 Mar 2009 Reply

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