The Invisible Girls

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The Invisible Girls were a British rock band, formed in Salford, Greater Manchester in 1978,. Allmusic, Retrieved on 10 April 2009. to provide a musical backdrop to the recorded output of Salford punk poet John Cooper Clarke. The band was based around the nucleus of Joy Division producer Martin Hannett and keyboardist Steve Hopkins, with contributions from, amongst others, Pete Shelley of Buzzcocks and Bill Nelson of Be-Bop Deluxe. The band also played on the first solo album by Pauline Murray (lead singer of Penetration), the eponymous Pauline Murray And The Invisible Girls and some singles, and later with Nico for the single "Procession".


The band was formed to provide backing music for punk poet John Cooper Clarke. It initially featured Factory Records producer Martin Hannett on bass guitar, Steve Hopkins on keyboards, 10cc drummer Paul Burgess and guitarist Lyn Oakey. This line-up played on Cooper Clarke's debut album Où est la maison de fromage?, before they named themselves The Invisible Girls. Disguise in Love (billed as being by "John Cooper Carke with The Invisible Girls") was produced by Hannett and released in 1978, and featured collaborations with Be-Bop Deluxe's Bill Nelson and Buzzcock Pete Shelley. Another guitarist who collaborated was John Scott, but he was considered a member in an interview to him and C.P. Lee about Martin Hannett. A second album, Snap,...... ...
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