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In the last 30 days the archive has grown by 461 new artefacts, 19 new members, 18 new people and places.
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Joined 9th May 2009

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“hey woodsman . . .

yeah - our mutual friend is still as 'loud' as ever!
Maliks set is more bluesy/rock sounding these days - no punky stuff and pretty much all originals - well worth checking out.”
04 Sep 2010
“Hey woodsman - yes - The Exit was indeed the infamous three piece fronted by the one and only Malik! I remember him saying that the point of that band was to see if they could barred from everywhere they played - they hardly ever finished a full set before being 'paid' off! Happy Days!
Seen him recently playing in a killer (and very successful) bluesy three piece called The Charlie White Project - also heard he is equally as successful playing acoustic/solo stuff.”
16 Jun 2010
“i was at that gig at the Shack . . . i also remember a band called 'Seed' recording at Suite 16 around this time for Imaginary Records. They released a series of tribute albums with different artists doing songs from 1968 etc. The label was run by Alan Duffy who also managed 'Seed' for a short time. I know they recorded 'Mrs Robinson' for the '68 album and 'Last Train To Clarksville' for The Monkees album. They were also to record 'I Can See For Miles' for The Who album but it all went pear-shaped!”
09 May 2009
“The very last band to play The Tower Club were a local band called The Exit . . . cant quite remember the date but i know it was a Saturday. The Club 'caught' fire in the early hours of the following Sunday morning and never re-opened. The owner then opened a Fish n Chip shop on Ashton Road! They also played support at the venue to UK Subs, Here and Now, English Dogs, amongst others.”
09 May 2009

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Century 0 items
Charlie White 0 items
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The Chunky Monkey Sound 0 items
The City Dogs 0 items
The Exit 1 item
Seed 0 items
Wheatstones Bridge 0 items