John Frenett

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John Frenett is an English bassist, best known for his slippery dub-style playing in the bands Moonshake and Laika in the 1990s.

He had formed The Hangovers with former The Raincoats member Gina Birch, and played bass and guitar on their debut album, Slow Dirty Tears released in 1998. He had contributed bass to "Tamagnocchi" on Mouse on Mars' Autoditacker LP in 1997.[1] He was briefly a member of The Quireboys, but fell out with lead guitarist Spike Gray over changing the name of the band back to the original name, the Queerboys.

John Frenett currently lives in London, and is believed to have moved on to a managerial career in the music industry.

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