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The Almighty

The Almighty

Formed in 1988, The Almighty are a rock band, from Glasgow Scotland. The band's music veered between punk and hard rock on albums including 1989's debut 'Blood fire and love', 'Soul Destruction (produced by Duran Duran guitarist Andy Taylor),' 'Powertrippin' (which saw Tantrum leave and be replaced by Pete Friesen of Alice Cooper), 'Crank' and 'Just Add Life.' During this time, the band played the Monsters of Rock festival in Donington, England, in 1992 and also played with Metallica at the Milton Keynes Bowl. The Almighty split up in 1996.

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