Little Angels

Genres: Pop / Rock
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Decades: 1990s 2000s
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This UK heavy rock quintet was formed in Scarborough, Yorkshire, England, during 1985, originally under the title Mr Thrud. Comprising Tony Jepson (vocals), Bruce John Dickinson (10 May 1968, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Scotland; guitar), Mark Plunkett (bass), Jimmy Dickinson (keyboards) and Dave Hopper (drums), they were a youthful outfit, whose energy and enthusiasm in the live setting won them a loyal fanbase in their native north-east. Following a series of independent releases, notably 1987’s seven-track debut Too Posh To Mosh, they attracted the attention of Polydor Records. Don’t Prey For Me, which featured new drummer Michael Lee, included a dozen gems of melodic, but roughshod, rock ‘n’ roll, characterized by Jepson’s raucous and charismatic vocals. The big-budget follow-up, mixed by the Steve Thompson/Michael Barbiero partnership, was a disappointment. Abandoning their roots, this set saw them make a concerted attempt to break into the...

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