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Bitches Sin

Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Location:
London, England
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1980
Genre:
Heavy Metal/NWOBHM
Lyrical themes:
Life, Political Statements and Protest
Current label:
King Klassic
Years active:
1980-1986, 1987-2008 (as Flash Point), 2008-present
BITCHES SIN were blighted by an ever fluctuating line-up. An early incarnation of the group featured the Toomey brothers, drummer Bill Knowles, vocalist Alan Cockburn and bassist Pez and the band contributed the track "Down the Road" to the Neat "Leadweight" compilation tape in 1981.

Both Cockburn and Pez would create Goldsmith for a 1982 single.

By 1986 the line-up comprised of vocalist ...
Current
DBasser Bass
Steve Turton Drums
See also: ex-Flashpoint
Pete Toomey Guitars
See also: ex-Flashpoint
Ian Toomey Guitars
See also: ex-Flashpoint
Chris 'Vibes' Tsangarides Keyboards, Guitars (Studio)
See also: More 2012, ex-Exmore
Dave Mills Vocals
Past
Martin Owen Bass
Mike Frazier Bass
Perry "Pez" Hodder Bass
See also: ex-Goldsmith
Mark Biddiscombe Drums
See also: Redline, ex-Chainsaw
Bill Knowles Drums
Dave Osbeldiston Keyboards
Frank Quegan Vocals
See also: ex-Flashpoint
Alan "Cocky" Cockburn Vocals
See also: ex-Goldsmith
Tony Tomkinson Vocals
DBasser Bass
Steve Turton Drums
See also: ex-Flashpoint
Pete Toomey Guitars
See also: ex-Flashpoint
Ian Toomey Guitars
See also: ex-Flashpoint
Chris 'Vibes' Tsangarides Keyboards, Guitars (Studio)
See also: More 2012, ex-Exmore
Dave Mills Vocals
Martin Owen Bass
Mike Frazier Bass
Perry "Pez" Hodder Bass
See also: ex-Goldsmith
Mark Biddiscombe Drums
See also: Redline, ex-Chainsaw
Bill Knowles Drums
Dave Osbeldiston Keyboards
Frank Quegan Vocals
See also: ex-Flashpoint
Alan "Cocky" Cockburn Vocals
See also: ex-Goldsmith
Tony Tomkinson Vocals
Added by: PumpkinFlyFree Modified by: edwild
Added on: 2002-07-21 22:29:30 Last modified on: 2014-09-14 14:33:03
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