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Sacramento, United States

Vector was a new wave rock band formed in Sacramento, California in the early 1980s by Jimmy Abegg (aka Jimmy A), Steve Griffith, and Charlie Peacock. Peacock left the band after their first album. The band had several drummers over the years, including Aaron Smith and Bruce Spencer; both also played drums for The 77’s.

Although the lyrics of Vector’s music weren’t always overtly Christian, Vector’s albums were released on Christian labels.

Mannequin Virtue (1983)

Please Stand By (1985)
Simple Experience (1989)
Temptation (1995)

Mannequin Virtue/Please Stand By (One-disc re-release, 1990)
Time Flies (Box-set of the three first albums, 1995)


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  • Dtom13

    Vector was a great new wave band from the US. Great guitar and synth work. Also was the band that launched Charlie Peacock's career.

    3 Oct 2011 Reply
  • AstrTerros

    Я бы сказал что очень шикарный, и самое главное что там вокалист мимо нот поет.. Ооххх.. Но это так круто)))

    7 Feb 2010 Reply
  • gPyr_JIoXa

    ой..америкосы идите в жопу. мб они не знали ваш Вектор бля какиой нах дэскор бля.. в тегах

    8 Nov 2009 Reply
  • Deadalus_DX

    Yeah, Vector is coolest New wave band from U.S. Very melodic.

    12 Sep 2009 Reply
  • Dead-shinobi

    "Isn't it annoying when there are two bands that share the same name?" - It's annoying as hell!

    22 Aug 2009 Reply
  • Dead-shinobi

    Russian Vector, change your name already! Great new wave band is much what the fuck with you? A lack of creativity I suppose? Why not "Cure" then, or "Rolling stones" maybe? Great names don't you think??

    22 Aug 2009 Reply
  • Rtaylor32

    Yes, more recent bands need to be mindful of this problem when coming up with their names

    20 Apr 2008 Reply
  • bretzysdude

    Isn't it annoying when there are two bands that share the same name?

    5 Apr 2007 Reply

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