Dumb Blondes

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The 'Original' Dumb Blondes as they were initially called were a Punk/Rock/Glam band with the occasional touch of Reggae which included current Def Leppard and Manraze guitarist Phil Collen.

In 1977 the band consisted of singer Jeff Hepting, guitarist Phil Collen, bassist Pete Webb, and drummer Fred Ball aka Jean Harlow, Phylis, Pet Roleum and Pinky!

The 'Original' Dumb Blondes had high interest from EMI and were given free recording time at De Lane Lea studio by Ronnie Beck of Feldman/Trident Music who were the publishers of Queen at the time. The band recorded about 6 songs which included: "The Hooker", "Necrophiliac", "Blue Smoke/Two Stroke", "Old Time Movie Star", "Spider's Web", and "MoneyGrabber". Nothing materialised out of this (probably due to the very STRONG content of near the mark lyrics of which the band refused to change!)

Hepting, Collen and Ball had previously played together in the band Tush.

Collen & Webb were previously in a band called Lucy, which had 2 singles out on Lightning Records titled "Really Got Me Goin'" and "Never Never".

After Dumb Blondes, Collen went on to the band Girl with a very, very brief appearance (about a week or two) by Pete, this was after bassist Mark Megary and before Simon Laffy and before they were signed to Jet Records. Pete was never an official member of Girl it must be said.

Fred Ball went on to perform in a band called XFX and is currently in a...
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