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The Members

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Emerging on the tailcoats of the original punk bands, the Members (Nicky Tesco, vocals; Gary Baker, guitar (replaced by Nigel Bennett); Chris Payne, bass; Adrian Lillywhite, drums; Jean Marie Carroll, lead guitar) boasted a neat line in social observation, one classic punk album — Live At The Chelsea Nightclub — and a singer named after a leading supermarket chain. If things went wrong following the irresistible rise of 2-Tone, they are much loved for both anti-investments rant "Off Shore Banking Business" (No. 31 in 1979) and pop-punk classic "Sound Of The Suburbs," a brilliant description of how it feels to be young and bored and still have to be nice to your parents. A minor revival in fortunes came with jangly 1983 single "Working Girl," which became a cult hit in America care of MTV, but by then the Members' chart membership was clearly up for renewal.

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The Members

Emerging on the tailcoats of the original punk bands, the Members (Nicky Tesco, vocals; Gary Baker, guitar (replaced by Nigel Bennett); Chris Payne, bass; Adrian Lillywhite, drums; Jean Marie Carroll, lead guitar) boasted a neat line in social observation, one classic punk album — Live At The Chelsea Nightclub — and a singer named after a leading supermarket chain. If things went wrong following the irresistible rise of 2-Tone, they are much loved for both anti-investments rant "Off Shore Banking Business" (No. 31 in 1979) and pop-punk classic "Sound Of The Suburbs," a brilliant description of how it feels to be young and bored and still have to be nice to your parents. A minor revival in fortunes came with jangly 1983 single "Working Girl," which became a cult hit in America care of MTV, but by then the Members' chart membership was clearly up for renewal.

Acerca de The Members

Emerging on the tailcoats of the original punk bands, the Members (Nicky Tesco, vocals; Gary Baker, guitar (replaced by Nigel Bennett); Chris Payne, bass; Adrian Lillywhite, drums; Jean Marie Carroll, lead guitar) boasted a neat line in social observation, one classic punk album — Live At The Chelsea Nightclub — and a singer named after a leading supermarket chain. If things went wrong following the irresistible rise of 2-Tone, they are much loved for both anti-investments rant "Off Shore Banking Business" (No. 31 in 1979) and pop-punk classic "Sound Of The Suburbs," a brilliant description of how it feels to be young and bored and still have to be nice to your parents. A minor revival in fortunes came with jangly 1983 single "Working Girl," which became a cult hit in America care of MTV, but by then the Members' chart membership was clearly up for renewal.

Acerca de The Members

Emerging on the tailcoats of the original punk bands, the Members (Nicky Tesco, vocals; Gary Baker, guitar (replaced by Nigel Bennett); Chris Payne, bass; Adrian Lillywhite, drums; Jean Marie Carroll, lead guitar) boasted a neat line in social observation, one classic punk album — Live At The Chelsea Nightclub — and a singer named after a leading supermarket chain. If things went wrong following the irresistible rise of 2-Tone, they are much loved for both anti-investments rant "Off Shore Banking Business" (No. 31 in 1979) and pop-punk classic "Sound Of The Suburbs," a brilliant description of how it feels to be young and bored and still have to be nice to your parents. A minor revival in fortunes came with jangly 1983 single "Working Girl," which became a cult hit in America care of MTV, but by then the Members' chart membership was clearly up for renewal.

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