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Spike

Country of origin:
United States
Location:
Cincinnati, Ohio
Status:
Split-up
Formed in:
1973
Genre:
Heavy Metal
Lyrical themes:
N/A
Last label:
Leviathan Records
Years active:
1973-1984, 1998
After the split, most of the band went to form CJSS.

Spike reformed for a series of dates in 1998, the sessions of which were recorded for a possible future live album.

Compilation Appearances:
- "You Got What It Takes" on WEBN Album Project Five (Brute Force Cybernetics, 1980)
- "Bad News" on WEBN Album Project No. 7 (Brute Force Cybernetics, 1982)
Last known
Mike Skimmerhorn Vocals (?-1984)
See also: Chastain, ex-CJSS, The Mighty Swine, ex-Animal, ex-Avarice, ex-Black Bone Cat, ex-The Cincinnati Improvisational Group
Denny Kuller Bass, Vocals (1973-1984)
Les Sharp Drums (1973-1984)
See also: ex-CJSS, The Classic Rock Experience, ex-Chastain, ex-Avarice, ex-B.H.S., ex-Black Bone Cat
David T. Chastain Guitars (1975-1984)
See also: Chastain, David T. Chastain, ex-Counterpoint, ex-Shelton Chastain, ex-Zanister, ex-CJSS, Southern Gentlemen, ex-Georgia Blues Dawgs, ex-Ruud Cooty, ex-The Cincinnati Improvisational Group
Past
Stephen Fredrick Vocals
See also: ex-Kinrick, ex-Firewind, ex-Kenziner, ex-Billy the Kid, ex-Pranks, ex-Ruud Cooty
Donnie Singleton Vocals
Kurt Dobkins Vocals
See also: Sabbath (The Complete Black Sabbath Experience), The Classic Rock Experience, ex-Prizoner
Chuck Terpo Keyboards (1975-1977)
See also: ex-Big Muddy, ex-Fable, ex-RMBR (Ronnie Montrose Band Remembers), ex-The Wild Vybrashons, ex-Gamma (live)
Mike Skimmerhorn Vocals (?-1984)
See also: Chastain, ex-CJSS, The Mighty Swine, ex-Animal, ex-Avarice, ex-Black Bone Cat, ex-The Cincinnati Improvisational Group
Denny Kuller Bass, Vocals (1973-1984)
Les Sharp Drums (1973-1984)
See also: ex-CJSS, The Classic Rock Experience, ex-Chastain, ex-Avarice, ex-B.H.S., ex-Black Bone Cat
David T. Chastain Guitars (1975-1984)
See also: Chastain, David T. Chastain, ex-Counterpoint, ex-Shelton Chastain, ex-Zanister, ex-CJSS, Southern Gentlemen, ex-Georgia Blues Dawgs, ex-Ruud Cooty, ex-The Cincinnati Improvisational Group
Stephen Fredrick Vocals
See also: ex-Kinrick, ex-Firewind, ex-Kenziner, ex-Billy the Kid, ex-Pranks, ex-Ruud Cooty
Donnie Singleton Vocals
Kurt Dobkins Vocals
See also: Sabbath (The Complete Black Sabbath Experience), The Classic Rock Experience, ex-Prizoner
Chuck Terpo Keyboards (1975-1977)
See also: ex-Big Muddy, ex-Fable, ex-RMBR (Ronnie Montrose Band Remembers), ex-The Wild Vybrashons, ex-Gamma (live)
Added by: Fangface Modified by: baldadeath
Added on: 2004-04-01 08:36:33 Last modified on: 2020-03-23 17:35:22