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Pink Military

Pink Military

Pink Military


Pink Military - formed 1978, feat; Jayne Casey (vocals) (ex Big in Japan), Martin Dempsey (bass) (ex Yachts later of It's Immaterial), Nicky Cool (gtr), Charlie Gruff Griffiths (bass) (ex Next, later of Wah! Heat), Chris Joyce (drums) (ex The Durutti Column, later The Mothmen and Simply Red), Neil Innes (percussion). Released 2 singles: Blood & Lipstick (1979), Did You See Her (1980). An LP the same year 'Do Animals Believe in God'. Originally called 'Pink Military Stands Alone'. Read more on Last.fm
Pink Military - formed 1978, feat; Jayne Casey (vocals) (ex Big in Japan), Martin Dempsey (bass) (ex Yachts later of It's Immaterial), Nicky Cool (gtr), Charlie Gruff Griffiths (bass) (ex Next, later of Wah! Heat), Chris Joyce (drums) (ex The Durutti Column, later The Mothmen and Simply Red), Neil Innes (percussion). Released 2 singles: Blood & Lipstick (1979), Did You See Her (1980). An LP the same year 'Do Animals Believe in God'. Originally called 'Pink Military Stands Alone'.

Colm Redmond (ex Wah! Heat, Psycamesh) joined just as they were about to close down while Jayne had her baby, and played on what proved to be their final gigs - one at Brady's and one headlining at the Lyceum in London. There was then a series of recording sessions at SOS and Pennine, none of which was ever released. For these Chris Joyce (later of Simply Red), who played on the album, returned on drums; after Dave Baynton-Power (later James) had replaced him for their tour, Martin Dempsey had left by then and someone called Dave was playing bass. Read more on Last.fm.

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