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Sunday, 21 November 2010

A 2ND HELPING OF LIXX

1. LIXX ON STAGE AT BAXTER PARK.

2. STEEVO & JO DOLL AT BAXTER PARK.

3. THE LIXX STAGE GEAR.

4. LIXX BACKSTAGE IN EDINBURGH.

5. LIXX PROMO POSE.
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All the above photos were taken in the mid to late 80's period.
I've already done a wee feature on the history of Lixx, so those of you who need to refresh your memory, you can find the first batch of Lixx stuff in the September 2010 Archives.
Meanwhile, here below is a track from 1989 called "Someday". This was to have been released as a single following on from their album, but for some reason it never saw the light of day, so it's good to give it a new lease of life on Retro.
No shortage of Lixx guitar licks as the guys sound fully energized on this metal workout, their polished performance buffing up a blazing burnish!
Big thanxx to Joe Ogilvie.


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8 comments:

  1. The Promo Pose .. Oh dear

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  2. picture 2
    behind Steve
    Chas from Poison Streak talking to ex Flux Gary Kidgell

    mike

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  3. The guy in the brown cowboy jacket - I can't make out if there is someone with big hair standing behind him or he has a whopper of a mullet!?!

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  4. That's def Gary ! think he ended up playing some keyboard bits with PS , could be wrong , know he is still friends with Chas (gary) the EX PS singer

    mike

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  5. Wow..impressive!

    Joe reckons the Baxter Park gig may have been a "Dundee For Africa" do? He recalls Plastic Surgery playing.

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  6. Anyone else notice in picture 4 someone's modified the graffiti Lixx behind them and turned the L into a D?

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  7. Na Gary just liked the Surgeons, he played keys with And So To F.. in its original line up, but was replaced before they gigged. Ali Napier preceeded by Graeme Watt of Seagate Studios took over on keys, they were popular with the rock punters,Brian Patterson who is in the yellow top playing bass with Lixx on the Baxters park photo, played bass with And So To F.. they played Faith No More/Chilis funk Rock stylee before turning to a more metal early Soundgaren direction, Mark Noisy Norrie was lead vocalist n ginger Jack from Sound Control on guitar

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