The Derelicts

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The Derelicts
Origin London
Genres Pub rock, punk rock
Years active 1974–1976
Associated acts The Passions, pragVEC, The Art Attacks
Past members Barbara Gogan
Susan Gogan
Richard Williams
John Studholme
Marion Fudger

The Derelicts were a London-based "Trotskyist R&B band" active from 1974–1976, well known on the London pub rock/squat rock circuit,[1] consisting of Barbara Gogan, Richard Williams, Susan Gogan, and John Studholme, amongst others. The band is perhaps most notable for the two bands that formed when they split - Barbara Gogan and Williams forming The Passions, and Susan Gogan and Studholme forming pragVEC.[2] Bass guitarist Marion Fudger went on to join The Art Attacks.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Passions biography
  2. ^ a b Strong, Martin C.:"The Great Alternative & Indie Discography, 1999, Canongate, ISBN 0-86241-913-1

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