Great striped down 60's influenced garage band . I'm sure you can still pick up most of their stuff . Well worth your time . Formed by three school friends, Thee Cybermen have been thrashing out their particular melodic brand of Garage rock for 20 years. Influenced by the music of Medway Garage bands like The Milkshakes and The Prisoners they attempted to shake up the local music scene of Shropshire in the early nineties until a tape they had produced using 'ancient Rhino horn technology' found it's way into the hands of Bruce Brand (Drummer with The Milkshakes, Thee Headcoats etc.) This led, in 1994, to their first recording session at the now legendary Toerag studios with Bruce and Liam Watson at the desk. There followed four more sessions, two LPs, numerous EPs and singles, gigs at some of London's lowest lowlights, tours of Holland, a live session on Radio 1 and finally an acrimonious split in 1999. After years of inactivity Thee Cybermen have reconvened to record the odd tune and bash out a blistering live set every 4 months or so, usually in their hometown of Oswestry but further afield if the money is right and the rider is plentiful.
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Records I'm Looking For
Here's a few records I wouldn't mind adding to my collection; some rare, some not so rare. Please click on the Records link to see them. If you have an extra copy to sell me or maybe even trade; I would love to hear from you. Maybe you can even point me in the direction of someone who may have a copy to sell. I would prefer to "buy"; although I may still have a few things I might be willing to part with; my collection is pretty condensed these days..