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One Gang Logic were a short-lived late-1970’s, early 1980’s British post-punk band from Grimsby, Humberside (now Lincolnshire), England. They released several singles in 1979 and 1980 before imploding. One gang Logic were: Chris Leaning, Paul Singleton and Mick Clark. Their first 7”, “Alienate (Kafka Laughs)” was released by Stark One Records in 1979. Two further songs, “Playtime” and “The Stand” were included on the 1980 various artist compilation “Household Shocks”. “The Stand” included co-vocalist Mark McCubbin, and was dedicated to Ian Curtis of Joy Division.

Edited by Oollo on 4 Oct 2010, 11:33

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