Origin: Scotland
Genres: NWOBHM, Hard Rock

Hologram  


Hologram came about as a result of a split within the Holocaust camp in the early eighties, with one guitarist (John Mortimer) retaining the Holocaust name and the other (Ed Dudley) branching off to form a new band. This band's sole album, Steal The Stars, bears no resemblance to Holocaust, as Dudley and crew clearly went for a more radio-friendly hard rock sound. For the style, it's not too bad, though underproduced as were many NWOBHM albums of the day. Ultimately the album didn't get a lot of notice and the band was not heard from again.

Current Members

Gordon Band

vocals

Ed Dudley

guitars (Holocaust)

Nelson

bass

Raymond Marciano

drums (Holocaust)


Discography



Steal The Stars 
1983 Phoenix
  1. Can't Live Without You Anymore
  2. 17
  3. Expected To
  4. Together Again
  5. Shoot The Moon
  6. African
  7. Lost In Love
  8. Vigilante Man
  9. Desolation Island
  10. Cliche Pastiche
  • Gordon Band
  • Ed Dudley
  • Nelson
  • Raymond Marciano


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