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Elton Duck

Elton Duck

Elton Duck


Elton Duck was a legendary power-pop/jangle-pop band whose sole unreleased LP remains one of the great lost albums in rock and roll. Personally signed to Arista records by Clive Davis, in 1980 Elton Duck was on the brink of stardom, opening for bands like the Knack, the Plimsouls, the Motels and Phil Seymour, and touring with the Tubes. But when Arista abruptly shelved their ahead-of-its-time debut LP, the band dissolved. Besides their unreleased LP Read more on Last.fm
Elton Duck was a legendary power-pop/jangle-pop band whose sole unreleased LP remains one of the great lost albums in rock and roll. Personally signed to Arista records by Clive Davis, in 1980 Elton Duck was on the brink of stardom, opening for bands like the Knack, the Plimsouls, the Motels and Phil Seymour, and touring with the Tubes. But when Arista abruptly shelved their ahead-of-its-time debut LP, the band dissolved. Besides their unreleased LP, the band also issued a rare christmas-themed flexidisc which to date remains their only officially released product.

The band included Michael Steele (who later joined the Bangs/Bangles), Arizona music and psych legends Mike McFadden (formerly of Mile Ends/Superfine Dandelion/Goose Creek Symphony) and Mike Condello (Last Friday's Fire, Hub Kapp and the Wheels, Condello), and Andy Robinson (later of the Invisible Zoo and others.) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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