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A.S.A.P.

Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Location:
London, England
Status:
Split-up
Formed in:
1989
Genre:
Hard Rock/Heavy Metal
Lyrical themes:
Life, Relationships
Last label:
EMI Music
Years active:
1989-1990
Adrian Smith started A.S.A.P. as a side project during Iron Maiden's break in 1989. After the release of "Silver And Gold" (their only album to date), he eventually decided to leave Maiden. He re-joined some 8 years later, long after A.S.A.P. split up.
Robin Clayton Bass
Zak Starkey Drums
See also: The Who (live), ex-Johnny Marr, ex-Oasis, ex-Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band, ex-The Icicle Works, ex-The Lightning Seeds, ex-The Semantics
Dave Colwell Guitars, Vocals
See also: ex-Samson, ex-Bad Company, ex-The Entire Population of Hackney / The Sherman Tankers
Andy Barnett Guitars, Vocals
See also: Metal Mirror, ex-FM, ex-The Entire Population of Hackney / The Sherman Tankers, ex-Urchin [Gbr]
Dick Young Keyboards
See also: ex-Urchin
Adrian Smith Vocals, Guitars
See also: Iron Maiden, ex-Hear 'n Aid, ex-Psycho Motel, Primal Rock Rebellion, ex-Bruce Dickinson, ex-The Entire Population of Hackney / The Sherman Tankers, ex-Urchin
Added by: David Modified by: Diamhea
Added on: 2002-08-15 06:58:15 Last modified on: 2014-09-10 19:25:47
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