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Ten Thousand Voices
by Zerra I
Irish New Wave band formed in 1982 around the vocals and keyboards of Paul Bell, guitarist Andreas Grimminger and bassist Adrian Wyatt. After a few singles on Top Hole Records and Second Vision they jumped to Mercury and released two albums, 1984's self-titled "Zerra I" and 1986's "The Domino Effect." There will be inevitable comparisons to U2 (and they even opened for them at one point) and possibly Simple Minds (Bell's delivery on "Rescue Me" sounds a lot like Jim Kerr https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDNixynsek0 ) but even a cursory listen to their music reveals they had quite a bit of talent in their own right. Following the disappointing sales of "The Domino Effect," the band broke up.

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1984 - Mercury - Ireland
Posted: 16th June 2017
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Jason Taverner
Former top-rated variety show host who became an unrecognizable nobody overnight. Currently hunted by the entire apparatus of society. In his spare time he posts music on God's Jukebox, writes fictions, and looks forward to his death in the year 2047.
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