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One By One

One By One

One By One


1.) Detroit Hardcore onebyonehc.bandcamp.com 2.) Second majorly-delayed UK post, & this time around I've some One By One for you all. I could rant about them for a while, but I'll limit myself to a few words & let the band itself (or at least Micky) tell its story here. One By One formed in Newcastle, sometime in the second half of the '80s; that's only partially true, of course, since their drummer Sned was living in Leeds & beating the skins in Pleasant Valley Children. Read more on Last.fm
1.) Detroit Hardcore onebyonehc.bandcamp.com 2.) Second majorly-delayed UK post, & this time around I've some One By One for you all. I could rant about them for a while, but I'll limit myself to a few words & let the band itself (or at least Micky) tell its story here. One By One formed in Newcastle, sometime in the second half of the '80s; that's only partially true, of course, since their drummer Sned was living in Leeds & beating the skins in Pleasant Valley Children. (Remember Nabate's first release? They appeared in it. They also have a discography cd out in Flat Earth Records, which Sned was the cofounder of - go get it!) I don't know when they broke up, but I know that the next link in the chain - Ebola - appeared in 1995.

They're also related (via Micky & Sned) to Generic, that unbelievable band whose releases correspond to the first four releases of Flat Earth (the fifth one was the first One By One 7", "World On Fire"). We're talking real class here... Their discography is a bit of a mystery to me; I'm well aware of the "World On Fire" & "Fight" 7"'s, as well as of the one posted here (duh...). Further, discogs also claims the existence of an LP (which I have no reason to doubt) & Mr. Bacteria also lists a split 7" with Sedition, an unreleased, partially completed second LP, & a radio session...

Sadly, I've only listened to the 7" here & to the awesome track they contributed to the Whispers compilation (that's right, another Whispers band appearing in this blog)... As I mentioned above, One By One gave their place to Ebola (they're far not that same band, but Micky has been in both of them) & Ebola gave their place to Jinn who're still active. I got the Ebola/Jinn split LP (which I cannot recommend strong enough) a long time ago direct from the band (from Micky, in fact) & I still like that record a lot - it seems to me both bands are going someplace where UK bands have not been before all that often... The Jinn split with The Suicide Handbook is also notable, though I admit that I got tired of all the screaming after a while. That's it for now. Scraps of info, lengthy bios, anecdotes etc.

regarding Generic/One By One/Ebola/Jinn are more than welcome here, so thanks in advance to anyone that'll take the time to shed some light on these bands. Meanwhile, here are your links. 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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