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Black Alice

Country of origin:
Australia
Location:
Perth, Western Australia
Status:
Split-up
Formed in:
1982
Genre:
Heavy Metal
Themes:
Science fiction, Heavy Metal
Last label:
Street Tunes
Years active:
1982-1984, 1988-?
Black Alice's second album, Sons of Steel, was the soundtrack of a 1988 sci-fi/action movie by the same name, starring vocalist Rob Hartley.

After Black Alice split up, Page formed Trilogy. Later he formed a cover band called Black and Blue, which eventually evolved into Black Steel.

Compilation appearance(s):
- "Power Crazy" on Heavy Weights (Starcall Victor, 1984)
Last known
Vince Linardi Bass
Joe Demasi Drums
Jamie Page Guitars
See also: Black Steel, ex-Project X, ex-Angus McDeth, ex-Trilogy, ex-Cajo
Rob Hartley Vocals
Past
Andy Cichon Bass
See also: Billy Joel Band, ex-Judge Mercy, ex-Rose Tattoo
Scott Johnson Drums
Dean Howard Guitars
See also: ex-Ore, Cats in Space, ex-Airrace, ex-T'Pau, ex-The Herbs, ex-Ian Gillan (live)
Paul Radlciffe Keyboards
Brenton Fosdike Guitar, Vocals (1982)
Vince Linardi Bass
Joe Demasi Drums
Jamie Page Guitars
See also: Black Steel, ex-Project X, ex-Angus McDeth, ex-Trilogy, ex-Cajo
Rob Hartley Vocals
Andy Cichon Bass
See also: Billy Joel Band, ex-Judge Mercy, ex-Rose Tattoo
Scott Johnson Drums
Dean Howard Guitars
See also: ex-Ore, Cats in Space, ex-Airrace, ex-T'Pau, ex-The Herbs, ex-Ian Gillan (live)
Paul Radlciffe Keyboards
Brenton Fosdike Guitar, Vocals (1982)
Added by: KeeperOfTheFlame Modified by: KingSpooky
Added on: 2002-12-20 21:09:57 Last modified on: 2024-03-01 13:12:14