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Sexist was a traditional band. It is unknown when they formed, but they disbanded in 1983. It was formed by Doug Pittam and his brother Tommy. The band once featured Gilby Clarke (who would later be a guitarist in Guns N' Roses). This didn't last for a while, so Pittam then decided to start Sexist over from scratch with Mike Zaputil and then he got Jake E. Lee. Lee didn't last long with Sexist and he left to join Rough Cutt. Then Sexist was comprised of members of the band Energy. Those members were Mark Andersen, Robbie Blackmore and Dan Mateik. As a quintet, they released Demo (aka Demo "83) in 1983. The song Fire and Wind was featured on Metal Blade's Metal Massacre III compilation.

Doug Pittam was fired due to alcoholism and a new vocalist named Robert Sykes joined. They did not record anything after their only demo. The band then became known as Letchen Grey.

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