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UK born singer/guitarist Phil Dean jumped ship from his homeland in 2000, making for the sunny shores of Melbourne, Australia. A series of archaic pagan rituals went horribly wrong, forcing him to abandon earlier plans of world-domination, and he decided to return to his musical ‘career’. The first Zeptepi demos emerged in 2001, but it wasn’t until 2004 that a band was recruited, due mainly to a horrific injury to Phil’s sofa which had rendered it uncomfortable.

Bernie Dodd had been living in stasis with his drum kit since the early 1900’s (mainly because nobody knew how to turn the stasis machine off), and it was sheer chance that Phil found him and woke him up just seconds before his electricity was cut off. Thus he had a drummer, although one of Bernie’s sticks refused to wake up on the grounds that it was a public holiday.

In 2004 the impossibly good-looking Frank Packer joined up on bass, only to leave almost immediately. Remarkably, another bass player, also called Frank Packer, was recruited the following week, although he was only averagely handsome and smelt a bit funny.

Several keyboard players entered the fray and were promptly dismissed - one for not having a keyboard, another for not having any fingers and another for being unable to conclusively prove that he even existed (his evidence was purely anecdotal and thus deemed unacceptable by scientific consensus).

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  • Janest

    I wonder about the artist description D: . A lot.

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