ID list of every single Manchester band in order of greatness.

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  1. roman totale

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    What about The Worst? As far as I know nothing that they did exists in any recorded format, they only existed in the moment, but people who claim to have seen them say they were great. A bit like the Sex Pistols at the FTH and York away...
     
  2. Mad Eyed Screamer

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    The Worst opened the proceedings at GMEX for the Festival of the 10th Summer in 86
     
  3. RACHACE

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    Both doves and elbow are far too low in that list.
     
  4. urban genie

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    That list is bobbins, no chameleons, paris angels, New Fads or world of twist.

    and some of the comments for each band are bollocks.

    Also as much as I like them, the charlatans are not a manc band.
     
  5. tshirtman

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    Sweet Sensation from Moss Side, won New Faces in 73, the lead singer Marcel King later signed to Factory records and recorded one song, his son Zeus (cool name) 18 was shot and killed in the Moss Side shootings in the early 90s, then in 95 Marcel died of a brain hemorrhage aged 38, sad but he left us with a top tune
     
  6. rowarta

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    The Marcel King single on Factory was great
     
  7. stonerblue

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    Still alive here....
  8. stonerblue

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    got that Marcel King tune. Wasn't it the first Factory single. or signing or summat?
     
  9. Didsbury Dave

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    I've got it too. It was nowhere near Factory's first single or anything, but it was one of the first produced by Bernard Sumner of New Order, I think. You can hear his influence clearly.
     
  10. canyerdogputoutafire

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    The legend's that were Broken Glass dancing on there.
     

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