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The Fizzbombs

The Fizzbombs

The Fizzbombs


The Fizzbombs were a short lived Edinburgh band who consisted of Katy McCullars on vocals, Margarita Vasquez-Ponte (Jesse Garon And The Desperadoes/Rote Kapelle) on guitar/backing vocals , Angus McPake (Jesse Garon And The Desperadoes) on drums and Ann Donald (Shop Assistants) on bass . The band existed between 1987 and 1989. That line-up released the 7″ single Sign On The Line b/w The Words That (Nardonik, 1987) and they also released a track called You Worry Me on the Wild Rumpus Flexi Disc (1987). Read more on Last.fm
The Fizzbombs were a short lived Edinburgh band who consisted of Katy McCullars on vocals, Margarita Vasquez-Ponte (Jesse Garon And The Desperadoes/Rote Kapelle) on guitar/backing vocals , Angus McPake (Jesse Garon And The Desperadoes) on drums and Ann Donald (Shop Assistants) on bass. The band existed between 1987 and 1989. That line-up released the 7″ single Sign On The Line b/w The Words That (Nardonik, 1987) and they also released a track called You Worry Me on the Wild Rumpus Flexi Disc (1987). McCullars and Donald left the band with the former joining the Secret Goldfish. Sarah Kneale (ex The Shop Assistants) joined on bass with Vasquez-Ponte on vocals.

In 1988 this line up released The Surfin Winter EP on Calcalus Records and they also recorded a session for Janice Long (Blue Summer / Cherry Cherry / Not As Simple As That / Beach Party) in the same year. There were 7″ and 12″ versions of the EP with the 12″ containing a different version of the lead track Surfaround, a cover of Neil Diamond’s Cherry Cherry and another track called Test Pilot. The other tracks were Blue Summer and Beach Party which also featured on the 7″ version of the single which included the other mix of Surfaround. The band split when Vasquez-Ponte along with Kneale joined the re-formed Shop Assistants during their Avalanche Records period (1989/90). 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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