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Rabid formed in 1979, undergoing several line-up changes before settling on Nick Edwards (vocals), Dean Grant (bass), and Paul Rayner (guitar), and Keith Penny (drums).[1][2][3] After recording a 5-track demo in 1981, they released their debut EP, Bloody Road to Glory, on their own 'Blank Label' imprint.[1] The EP was a hit in the UK Indie Chart after receiving airplay from John Peel in his BBC Radio 1 show, reaching number 47, and it also reached No. 14 in the NME Punk chart.[2][3] After the EP's distributor, Fresh, went out of business, owing money to Fall Out Records, Fall Out reissued the EP later in 1982.[1] Rabid appeared on national British television in 1982 on Newswatch U.K. and in a Canadian documentary on the youth of England. During 1983 they played on the same bill as bands such as G.B.H., The Exploited, and the U.K. Subs.[1] Fall Out issued the band's next release, the 8-track Bring Out Your Dead 12-inch mini-LP, which reached number 45 in the indie chart in 1983, and No. 10 in the NME Punk Chart.[2] By 1983, Rayner had been replaced. The final line-up of the band had Grant joined by Troy (vocals), Steve (guitar), and Max (drums), this line-up recording the tracks "Bloody Road to Glory" and "Black Cat", which were included in the Punk Lives! - Let's Slam compilation in 1986. The band split up in 1986. In 2006, Fall Out released a 12-track CD collection of the band's work, as Bloody Road to Glory, adapting the artwork from the original EP. 3 tracks were recorded for "punk lives lets slam" - the missing track destined to decay no longer available. RAbid's first show in 27 years will be as support to GBH in Coalville on October the 19th... the new line up is Steve ward - bass, colin bennett - guitar, gaz johnson - drums, dean grant - vocals the new 15 track cd will be available mid August - CD being pressed this week RAbid are in the studio again at the end of November to record a new 5 track cd/vinyl disc - - - - followed by support slot to 999 @ lock 42 Leicester -- then 2 headline shows in Leicester March 2014/Derby jan 2014 dates ant nuneaton/grimsby/kidderminster/birmingham/rugby tba soon Duelling banjo infused bluegrass rock n roll from the back waters of darkest L.A (Leicester area)a lethal cocktail of high octane gasoline fire and brimstone and 100% bourbon soaked blues.with diablo himself at the wheel.
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About RAbid apparel- Band info

Rabid formed in 1979, undergoing several line-up changes before settling on Nick Edwards (vocals), Dean Grant (bass), and Paul Rayner (guitar), and Keith Penny (drums).[1][2][3] After recording a 5-track demo in 1981, they released their debut EP, Bloody Road to Glory, on their own 'Blank Label' imprint.[1] The EP was a hit in the UK Indie Chart after receiving airplay from John Peel in his BBC Radio 1 show, reaching number 47, and it also reached No. 14 in the NME Punk chart.[2][3] After the EP's distributor, Fresh, went out of business, owing money to Fall Out Records, Fall Out reissued the EP later in 1982.[1] Rabid appeared on national British television in 1982 on Newswatch U.K. and in a Canadian documentary on the youth of England. During 1983 they played on the same bill as bands such as G.B.H., The Exploited, and the U.K. Subs.[1] Fall Out issued the band's next release, the 8-track Bring Out Your Dead 12-inch mini-LP, which reached number 45 in the indie chart in 1983, and No. 10 in the NME Punk Chart.[2] By 1983, Rayner had been replaced. The final line-up of the band had Grant joined by Troy (vocals), Steve (guitar), and Max (drums), this line-up recording the tracks "Bloody Road to Glory" and "Black Cat", which were included in the Punk Lives! - Let's Slam compilation in 1986. The band split up in 1986. In 2006, Fall Out released a 12-track CD collection of the band's work, as Bloody Road to Glory, adapting the artwork from the original EP. 3 tracks were recorded for "punk lives lets slam" - the missing track destined to decay no longer available. RAbid's first show in 27 years will be as support to GBH in Coalville on October the 19th... the new line up is Steve ward - bass, colin bennett - guitar, gaz johnson - drums, dean grant - vocals the new 15 track cd will be available mid August - CD being pressed this week RAbid are in the studio again at the end of November to record a new 5 track cd/vinyl disc - - - - followed by support slot to 999 @ lock 42 Leicester -- then 2 headline shows in Leicester March 2014/Derby jan 2014 dates ant nuneaton/grimsby/kidderminster/birmingham/rugby tba soon Duelling banjo infused bluegrass rock n roll from the back waters of darkest L.A (Leicester area)a lethal cocktail of high octane gasoline fire and brimstone and 100% bourbon soaked blues.with diablo himself at the wheel.
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Genres:
Blues, Rock, Blues Rock

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