Robert Blamire

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Robert Blamire
Born c. 1959
Origin County Durham, England
Genres Punk rock, new wave, synthpop
Occupation(s) Musician, record producer, manager
Instruments Bass guitar
Years active 1976 – present
Associated acts Pauline Murray, Penetration, Patrik Fitzgerald, The Invisible Girls, The Storm
Notable instruments
Rickenbacker bass
Fender Jazz Bass
Musicman Stingray

Robert Blamire (born c. 1959) is known primarily as bassist for the punk and new wave band Penetration.

He founded the band along with singer Pauline Murray in 1976 after seeing a performance by The Sex Pistols. After the band split up, he and Murray went on to form The Invisible Girls with members of John Cooper Clarke's backing band.

He also worked with Patrik Fitzgerald,[1][2] and produced Scottish post-punk band The Scars' only album, Author! Author!.

As of 2006, he was lecturing on Graphic Design.[3]

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