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Slinky Wizard

Slinky Wizard

Slinky Wizard


Adam Boyd and Dominic Lamb composed Slinky Wizard's first track 'The Rising' in 1992. Soon after, George Barker and Ronnie Biggs joined the group, and with the assistance of Simon Posford they created Flying Rhino Records' first release, the Slinky Wizard EP. In the summer of 1994, Adam Boyd died in an accident. In late 1995/early 1996 Gus Till joined the group. Starting around this same time, Ronnie Biggs was no longer credited on Slinky Wizard tracks, but it is not clear if he officially left the group. Read more on Last.fm
Adam Boyd and Dominic Lamb composed Slinky Wizard's first track 'The Rising' in 1992. Soon after, George Barker and Ronnie Biggs joined the group, and with the assistance of Simon Posford they created Flying Rhino Records' first release, the Slinky Wizard EP. In the summer of 1994, Adam Boyd died in an accident. In late 1995/early 1996 Gus Till joined the group. Starting around this same time, Ronnie Biggs was no longer credited on Slinky Wizard tracks, but it is not clear if he officially left the group. Between 1996 and 2001, Slinky Wizard released the following records: # Witch Juice (Flying Rhino Records 1996) # Jammy Mutants EP (Flying Rhino Records 1998) # Money Comes Cheap EP (Flying Rhino Records 1998) # Hit And Run (Atomic Records 2001) # Kinky Lizard EP (Hit And Run Part 2) (Atomic Records 2001) Since 2001, Slinky Wizard has had no output. Through the years, Slinky Wizard was variously joined by Simon Posford, James Monro, Dick Trevor, Matt Evans, and Jules Evans.

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