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THE DISPLAY TEAM

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The Display Team are a progressive punk band from Lewisham in the UK heavily influenced by Cardiacs. The started in 2000 when they were known as Mumrah, changing their name in 2006. The band heavily features trombone and trumpet with two guitarists and 'harmony' vocals. Their music features rock, ska, punk, progressive rock, funk, doo-wop, swing, hardcore and metal. High energy, hectic with loads of tempo changes and humor.
The line-up for their first album, Drones, was Iain MacKenzie (rhythm guitar and voice), Chuckles The Clown (drums and voice), Jimb (lead guitar and voice), Ozrick (bass guitar and voice), Mickey Bones (trombone and voice) and T-Cass (trumpet and voice). By the time of their second album in 2016 T-Cass had been replaced by Same Wise, Iain MacKenzie by Josh Perl and Ozrick by Stanley Elvis MacDonald.

Line Up as of 2019
Chuckles The Clown - Vocals, Drums (2000-Present)
Jimb - Guitar, Vocals (2000-Present)
Mickey Bones - Trombone, Vocals (2003-Present)
Samwise - Trumpet, Vocals (2010-Present)
Joshing - Guitar, Vocals (2012-Present)
Stan dan deliver (Stanley Elvis) - Bass, Vocals (2016-Present)

Previous Members
Greg Cruse - Bass (2000)
DJ Implant - Vocals, Turntables (2000)
Tiny Tommy Toot-Fruit - Trumpet, Vocals (2003-2008)
T-Cass - Trumpet, Vocals (2008-2010)
Nixo - Vocals, Bass (2000-2007)
Iain Mackenzie - Vocals, Guitar (2000-2012)
Ozrick - Bass, Vocals (2007-2016)

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2009
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2016

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Review by ImpressiveLad1597

— First review of this album —
5 stars Really really brilliant stuff.

This is a band that manages to combine the humour and vibe of Frank Zappa with the avant garde musical escapades of seminal avant rock act Cardiacs. What The Display Team provides here is a sonically satisfying contrast between brass instrumentation and prog-metal riffs as well excellent vocal performances by more or less the entire band. I do believe that this band are exceptionally skilled song-writers, able to bring together various musical sections and transition between them with ease. Flashy solos one minute, heartfelt vocals and soft strumming the next. This is most exemplified by the track Epitaph which is, absolute gold. But rest assured every song is very well written and a very satisfying listen. The Indecision Prism and I Am House are the only two songs I don't fully enjoy, but even then I still think they have moments that make them worth listening to.

So in summary, heavy riffs, harmonic vocals, erratic yet well structured songs, BRASS, what more could you ask for?

Thanks to nogbad_the_bad for the artist addition.

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