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Lightning Fire

Country of origin:
Belgium
Location:
Wasmes/Mons, Hainaut
Status:
Changed name
Formed in:
1985
Genre:
Speed Metal
Lyrical themes:
N/A
Last label:
Roadrunner Records
Years active:
1985-1987, 1987-? (as Cxt Nine)
Due to legal problems with former guitarist Roberto Latini, Lightning Fire were forced to change their name and therefore were known as Cxt Nine from September 1987 onward.
Last known
Walter Spadari Bass (1985-1987)
See also: ex-NH3
Dominique De Leener Drums (1985-1987)
See also: Burst (Bel), ex-Max Pie
Richard Drachman Guitars (1985-1986, 1986-1987)
Tony Carlino Vocals (1985-1987)
See also: Max Pie, Moonchild, ex-Predator
Serge Compère Guitars (1986-1987)
See also: ex-Burst
Past
Pierre Brion Drums (1985)
See also: ex-NH3
Oriano Spadari Guitars (1985)
See also: ex-NH3
Roberto Latini Guitars (1985-1986)
See also: ex-NH3
Walter Spadari Bass (1985-1987)
See also: ex-NH3
Dominique De Leener Drums (1985-1987)
See also: Burst (Bel), ex-Max Pie
Richard Drachman Guitars (1985-1986, 1986-1987)
Tony Carlino Vocals (1985-1987)
See also: Max Pie, Moonchild, ex-Predator
Serge Compère Guitars (1986-1987)
See also: ex-Burst
Pierre Brion Drums (1985)
See also: ex-NH3
Oriano Spadari Guitars (1985)
See also: ex-NH3
Roberto Latini Guitars (1985-1986)
See also: ex-NH3
Added by: MMisantropo Modified by: KingSpooky
Added on: 2004-08-16 21:55:16 Last modified on: 2020-04-18 19:09:54