Bootlegs [NWOBHM] » Underground Zerø (UK) - BBC Friday Rock Show Session [Bootleg] (1984)
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    Artist: Underground Zerø
    Release: BBC Friday Rock Show Session
    Year: 1984
    Genre: NWOBHM
    Country: UK
    Bitrate: 256 kbps
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    UNDERGROUND ZERØ - BBC Friday Rock Show Session (UK-1984)
    Recorded For Tommy Vance's BBC Radio 1 Friday Rock Show

    UNDERGROUND ZERØ is a British NWoBHM band, initially formed in Norfolk in 1979. The band is also known as UZØ.
    While the band is often referred to as 'Underground Zero' or 'Underground Zer0' in print, the official name of the band includes the slashed zero in its name.
    The sound of the band is comparible to the likes of RUNESTAFF, MOURNBLADE or HAWKWIND, with prog or space-rock parts contrasting with their heavier side.
    The nucleus of UZØ was started in 1979 by Andrew Rix (bass/vocals), Adrian Rix (keyboards), Judi Griggs (vocals), Brian Savage (drums) and Karl Dawson (guitar).
    Initially known as GROUND ZERØ, in 1981 guitarist Paul Holden joined the band, with his brother Sean taking over the drum stool in 1983.
    At this point the name became Underground Zerø to avoid confusion with a London based R&B group.
    The band recorded a studio session for Tommy Vance’s BBC Radio 1 'Friday Rock Show' and became a very popular stage act on the live scene.
    They performed at the large open air charity concert 'Anglia For Africa' in Norwich in 1985, playing alongside the likes of Hawkwind & MAGNUM.
    Underground Zerø also performed at the last Stonehenge Free Festival with Hawkwind.
    Although UZØ never split up they stopped performing live in 1994.
    In 2005, they resumed live performance and released a CD, "Powerplay", featuring remixed versions of the studio tracks from their vinyl releases.

    Judi Griggs : Vocals
    Paul Holden : Guitar
    Karl Dawson : Guitar
    Andrew Rix : Bass & Vocals
    Adrian Rix : Keyboards
    Sean Holden : Drums

    Discography :

    1983. Ground Zerø. Cassette.
    1983. The Øfficial Bøøtleg. Live Cassette.
    1984. Seven Light Years. 12" Single. Flicknife.
    1984. Never Reach The Stars. LP. Flicknife.
    1986. A Pretty Smart Way Tø Catch A Lobster. Live LP. Flicknife.
    1986. Through The Løøking Glass. Live/Studio EP. Flicknife.
    1994. From Year Zerø. CD. Under
    2005. Pøwerplay. CD. Under

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    01. Never Reach The Stars (05:57)
    02. Between Worlds (08:21)
    03. Seven Light Years (05:37)
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