How the F wasn't Saraya bigger than they were?

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  1. plinker

    plinker Member

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    No worries, my friend. This is kind of obscure music from 30 years ago. The particulars can get fuzzy.
     
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  2. Davepitt11

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    Different band, but same general era.... but I thought these guys should've been bigger.

     
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  3. T Dizz

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    I believe the singer was in the pool hall scene in Teminator2.
     
  4. Jon C

    Jon C Silver Supporting Member

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    Never heard of them (and I was around then).
     
  5. Tone_Terrific

    Tone_Terrific Supporting Member

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    I missed that band but the female fronted rock band was successfully ON trend at that time.
    Canada alone sent out: Allanah Miles, the Headpins, Lee AAron, Sass Jordan, etc., and they were following many others that had established the format back to Janis Joplin, Grace Slick, at least.
     
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  6. Dr Bonkers

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    Every time I heard the L'Amour rock club's radio promos and they said Little Caesar was on the bill, my first reaction was to blurt out, "Pizza, pizza!"

    You don't ever want your band's name to be associated with chain restaurant pizza, unless you are making money in commercials promoting that pizza.
     
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    Tone_Terrific Supporting Member

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    These guys were a biggish name around here once upon a time:
     
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  8. tim gueguen

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    I'm a bit surprised at the "Never heard of them" comments. I didn't actually hear them when they were a new band, but their debut album was advertised in various music magazines.
     

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