THAT
OZ Label and Company Sleeve 1978

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 In London 1978 the Aussie trio, Gary Keady, John Vallins and John (Flaps) Phelps formed the band 'Sewerside' and decided to bring it home to Australia to promote their first single 'Picture Book'. On return to Sydney after 3 years in London, Gary Keady  formed the indie record label 'That Record Company' with John Vallins and Flaps. After putting everything they had into producing a music video with Stephen Priest at ECV for 'Picture Book' they ran into trouble when it was banned from Countdown, Australia's premiere TV rock show hosted by Molly Meldrum. With new member of the Record Company Len McQualter and Ian Fletcher, in 1979 they formed 'Sewerside' into an eight piece concept band called 'World'. The band was comprised of John Vallins (composer) bass and vocals, Flaps Keyboards (and composer), Eric Cairns kit, Adrian Wyatt guitars, Andrew Wilson Synthesizer & keys, Sarah Buchanan, Justine Bradley and Juliette Bradley back up vocals. Gary, John and Flaps combined eighteen of their songs into the 'Starlord Odyssey' rock opera which World performed in cinema theatres around Sydney.

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