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The Invaders


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1) “The Invaders”, funk and jazz fusion group. Instrumentals with exotic rhythm, groove funk and jazz fusion in 1970 from Bermudas. Released in 1970, their incredibly funky LP “Spacing Out” encompasses all that funk should be: funky horns, groovin’ basslines, stunning wah-wah guitar, haunting sexy jungle rhythms on congas and rock steady drums, black night heat trumpet and severe echo effects and reverb.

2)”The Invaders” are a Milwaukee-based ska band. They formed in 1987 and had a continued run until 1999, winning numerous awards and recognition in the ska movement during that time. The Invaders reformed in the mid-2000’s with a new lineup, opening for acts such as “The Beat” and “The Toasters” , as well as, headline at smaller venues.

3) “The Invaders” or “The Fabulous Invaders” is a Swedish garage rock band with infuences from the mid 60s scene.

4)”The Invaders” were a -influenced / band from West Yorkshire, England. It was made up of Slavko Sidelnyk, Martin Taylor, Howard Wilson, and Phil Manchester. Their sole album “Test Card” was released through Polydor Records in 1980. In addition, the band released two 1979 singles and an E.P. in 1980 (with an end total of four singles). Their producer, Jimmy Pursey, would later find success with his own group Sham 69.

5) South African 1960s garage rock band


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