Rob "The Bass Thing" Jones
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The Wonder Stuff
Jones, Miles Hunt, Malcolm Treece, and Martin Gilks joined together to form a band in March 1986. The singles "A Wonderful Day" and "Red Berry Joy Town" which, respectively, became the first Wonder Stuff single and the first track on the debut album.
Jones played on the debut album The Eight Legged Groove Machine and the follow-up Hup. Following disagreements within the group, The Bass Thing left in December 1989, heading straight for America as soon as the group had played the final night of a sellout 3 night residence at Birmingham's Aston Villa Leisure Centre.
Later career and death
After the move to New York he formed another band, The Bridge & Tunnel Crew, singing vocals and playing rhythm guitar.
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