Label: Normal - NORMAL 119 CD • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Garage Rock, Power Pop, Punk
In Barrett was replaced by Jeff Stephens on guitar — later also on lead vocals. In Rodda was replaced on drums by David Bunney. The band toured Europe twice before disbanding in April One show was attended by Giles Barrow, who joined on rhythm guitar.
In they started a residency at the Cathedral Hotel. Initially Exploding White Mice were a covers band, then they began working on original tunes. It was produced by Kim Horne. Also in their track, "Down on the Street" appeared on the label's compilation albumAn Oasis in a Desert of Noise. Shortly before its release, Barrow left and was replaced by Dave Mason, formerly of Primevils. In Jack Jacomos replaced Mason Disease - Colin Moore - Leaving Home turn.
In the group toured Europe   and released a half-studio, half-live self-titled LP on Normal Records. Shortly after, Gilchrist left and Stephens took over on lead vocals. In early they began King Of The Surf - Exploding White Mice - Exploding White Mice a new album, Collateral Damageagain at Soundtrack Studios. David's brother Andrew Bunney Zippy and the Coneheads joined on rhythm guitar.
This Time - Eyeless In Gaza - Mythic Language White Mice disbanded in April FromGerry Barrett joined Dust Collection — a psychedelic and garage-punk covers band — which performed a 25th anniversary gig in September Bassist Andy MacQueen died suddenly on 27 May From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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