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    Posted: November 02 2012 at 19:38
Band with one self titled album (RYM) in 1983 (they seem like a part of trend of KC inspired american 80's bands like Ixt Adux or Newcross so they might be something for eclectic as well).

- Richard Rhodes / guitars,synthesizer, string harp
- Tim Sanz / guitars and bass
- Gordon Rhodes / drums
- Eric Petersen / synthesizer on "Some Other War"

Track listing

2. Wedding Song
3. 1 Day 1 Month 1 Year
4. Sharp Edges
5. Some Other War
6. Wait a Minute
7. Northern Castle
8. Green Light Makes Red Sky at Night
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 03 2012 at 11:43
Great find!
Seems like it would sit nicely alongside acts such as SBB and the more jazzy prog rock endeavours. I hear some early Crimson as well, although the usage of synths on here makes these guys somewhat unique.
Eclectic it is! 
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