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Not Forgotten: Terrorvision – How to Make Friends and Influence People

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Live Review: Thunder, Terrorvision & King King – Sheffield Arena 19.2..2016

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Not Forgotten: Terrorvision – Regular Urban Survivors

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Its Friday night in Barnsley and what better way to spend it than in an ex working men’s club with a bunch of lads from Bradford and about 450 of their closest ‘friends’. That’s right, Terrorvision at the Birdwell Venue and I could not wait, and judging by the queue outside, decorated with varying styles …

Terrorvision were one of those acts that really deserved more than they got in the 90s. Forging a sturdy pop metal alloy at a time when so many acts at the time were playing frequently flimsy retro obsessed rock, Terrorvision were no less derivative than their contemporaries, but where others were in thrall to 60s …

For me tonight is about seeking empirical proof that two rock bands did indeed have the live chops that friends and other fellow music fans had always insisted they had. Terrorvision always enjoyed a reputation for pleasingly rambunctious live performance, while seemingly 75% of Thunder’s career has been built on their reputation for being one …

How to Make Friends and Influence People had shown brief glimpses of what Terrorvision were capable of, but on the whole it was relatively scrappy. It appeared that the four lads from Bradford had shot their bolt and that they were never going to amount to anything particularly special. Then came Regular Urban Survivors. Opening …

Terrorvision are one of those bands where it has been all to easy for the world at large to forget them. There’s no obvious reason for this to have happened. Terrorvison were a good-natured knock-about four piece band who rocked hard and gave their paying audience a good-value night out every time they played. True, …