Pink Military

Formed 1978. Disbanded 1981
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Pink Military Biography (Wikipedia)

Pink Military (originally Pink Military Stand Alone) were a post-punk band from Liverpool. Led by former Big in Japan singer Jayne Casey, other band members included former Deaf School drummer Tim Whitaker, guitarist Martin Dempsey who also played in Yachts and It's Immaterial and drummers Chris Joyce (who also played in The Durutti Column and Simply Red) and Budgie (who went on to The Slits and Siouxsie and the Banshees).

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Spellbound
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Spellbound
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Wild West (John Peel session 14.11.79 )
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Wild West (John Peel session 14.11.79 )
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Wild West - BBC Session 14/11/1979
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Wild West - BBC Session 14/11/1979
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Stand Alone - BBC Session 14/11/1979
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Stand Alone - BBC Session 14/11/1979
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Did You See Her - BBC Session 14/11/1979
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Did You See Her - BBC Session 14/11/1979
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Degenerated Man
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