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Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Location:
Birmingham, England
Status:
Split-up
Formed in:
1978
Genre:
NWOBHM
Lyrical themes:
Fantasy, Love
Last label:
FM Revolver
Years active:
1978 (as Berlin), 1978-1982, 1987
Melodic NWOBHM band best known for their one 'hit', "Lady of Mars", which was featured on the Metal for Muthas II compilation as well as their debut album.

Broke up in 1982 while writing a second album, due to the labe'sl bankrupt. In 1987, Staines, Harrison and Key finished the work with the help of Dave Keates and Simon Atkins.

After the split-up, all the members except singer Staines went ...
Last known
Steve Atkins Drums (1978-1982)
See also: The Sunshine Band, ex-Billy Bowel and the Movements, ex-Honeydrippers, ex-Poker Alice, ex-The Sharks
Dave Harrison Guitars (1978-1982)
See also: ex-Poker Alice, ex-Suicide, ex-Sweaty Betty
Bob Key Guitars (1978-1982)
See also: Jack Daniels, ex-Poker Alice, ex-Sweaty Betty
Rik Staines Vocals (1978-1982)
See also: ex-Suicide, ex-Sweaty Betty
Mark Oseland Bass (1980-1982)
See also: Poker Jack, ex-Poker Alice
Past
Chris Causton Bass (1978-1980)
Steve Atkins Drums (1978-1982)
See also: The Sunshine Band, ex-Billy Bowel and the Movements, ex-Honeydrippers, ex-Poker Alice, ex-The Sharks
Dave Harrison Guitars (1978-1982)
See also: ex-Poker Alice, ex-Suicide, ex-Sweaty Betty
Bob Key Guitars (1978-1982)
See also: Jack Daniels, ex-Poker Alice, ex-Sweaty Betty
Rik Staines Vocals (1978-1982)
See also: ex-Suicide, ex-Sweaty Betty
Mark Oseland Bass (1980-1982)
See also: Poker Jack, ex-Poker Alice
Chris Causton Bass (1978-1980)
Added by: Goatsbane Modified by: leogomespainkiller
Added on: 2002-08-23 23:13:59 Last modified on: 2018-01-18 10:37:53