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Buggles (sometimes The Buggles) was a pop duo consisting of Trevor Horn (vocals, bass guitar, guitar) and Geoff Downes (keyboards, synthesizers, electric piano, piano, drums, percussion, backing vocals). Most famous for their iconic hit "Video Killed the Radio Star," they produced two albums of innovative music before moving on to other projects, with both members joining Yes for Drama. Horn later worked with The Art of Noise and many other groups; Downes went on to multi-platinum success with Asia.
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Buggles — Adventures in Modern Recording Buggles — Adventures in Modern Recording
(Carrere CAL 131, 1981, LP)
Buggles — The Age of Plastic Buggles — The Age of Plastic
(Island Records ILPS 9585, 1980, LP)

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