Wire Train was formed in San Francisco in the early eighties and signed to 415/CBS in 1983. Wire Train released three records for 415/CBS; In A Chamber, Between Two Words, and Ten Women. The band Recorded three CD's for MCA in the nineties; California Republic, No Soul No Strain and Snug. Only the first two MCA CD's were released.
Book Of Love are a synth pop group formed in Philadelphia in 1984 by art school students Ted Ottaviano, Susan Ottaviano, Jade Lee, and Lauren Roselli. (Although Ted & Susan share the same last name they are not related to each another.)
Altered Images formed in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1979, with founding members Clare Grogan (vocals), Gerard “Caesar” McInulty (guitar), Johnny McElhone (bass), Tony McDaid (guitar), and Michael "Tich" Anderson (drums).
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Romeo Void was a New Wave band in San Francisco, California from 1979 to 1985. They are best known for the songs "Never Say Never" (1982) and "A Girl in Trouble (Is A Temporary Thing)" (1984), which were minor hits, with the latter becoming a Top 40 pop single. Their popularity was primarily in alternative and college radio, and as a dynamic performing act. They recorded for 415/Columbia Records. The original band members met at the San Francisco Art Institute.
The Bongos were a pop band active in the eighties. They formed in Hoboken, New Jersey and were led by Richard Barone (vocals, guitar). The band also included Rob Norris, formerly of the Zantees (bass) and Frank Giannini (drums). James Mastro (guitar), later of The Health & Happiness Show, joined the band after the release of their first LP.
Born and raised in Dallas Texas, Gary Myrick started playing music at the age of 10. Encouraged by his parents based on his artwork from the age of 6. By age 14, Gary was writing songs. By 18, he had his first all original band called Smiley. A three piece Glam/Pop band.
Q-Feel was a British techno group. They released a single self-titled album in 1983, which included their only hit, "Dancing in Heaven (Orbital Be-Bop)". Group member Martin Page went on to achieve success as a songwriter and solo artist.
Freur was the name of the first band of Karl Hyde and Rick Smith, presently of the dance act Underworld. They had however previously released one single (entitled 'I Don't Like Cars') together in 1981 as The Screen Gemz.