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Powered by Audioscrobbler™tRANSELEMENt began in 1994 in Pendle, Lancashire as "Element" (before realising there were already many bands called Element). Their mixture of indie rock, experimental sounds, and avant-garde song structures earned them critical acclaim, but kept them out of the mainstream.


* Released their first 7" single 'Lord Aparts' on Creeping Bent Records in 2000. Followed by their debut album 'Sourblaster'
* 2 Peel Sessions for BBC Radio 1 in 2001[
* 2 BBC CHOICE appearances in 2001 on 'The Beatroom'
* Released 'Ouaqui Paetes' album on MP3.com, now unavailable.
* Released their third CD album 'Pendletones' on Soviet Union Records in 2002. Well received by NME = 8/10
* The fourth album, '8 Songs about Travel' released 2003 on Eli Records
* Their fifth studio album intended for 2004: '(_____)is Missing' was never released as the band broke up before the release happened.

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