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The Flowers

The Flowers
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™There are at least 5 bands known as The Flowers;
1) The Flowers, a Scottish Post-Punk band
2) The Flowers (花儿乐队), a Chinese mandopop/rock band
3) The Flowers, a Iranian garage rock band from the 60s.
4) The Flowers, an Indonesian rock band since 90s.
5) The Flowers, a Japanese psychedelic rock band from the 60s.
6) The Flowers, chicago - https://theflowers.bandcamp.com/

The Flowers (1979-1980) were a Post-Punk band from Edinburgh, Scotland who recorded for Bob Last's FAST Product and Pop Aural record labels. They featured Hilary Morrison on vocals (also the wife of Bob Last) and drummer Simon Best, who was connected to Leeds Post-Punk pioneers The Mekons and Delta 5. They made their first recorded appearance on FAST Product compilation "Earcom 1" and that was then followed by two singles for Pop Aural. They were also featured on the American and Canadian versions of the FAST singles compilation "Mutant Pop". Unfortunately they never got around to recording a full-length album and presumedly broke-up around 1980/81. Singer Hilary Morrison was also featured singing backup vocals on two other Pop Aural singles, Restricted Code's "First Night On" (1980) and The Fire Engines' "Big Gold Dream" (1981).

Also:

The Flowers (花儿乐队) is a Chinese mandopop/rock band based in Mainland China. The band consists of four members:

Dà Zhāng Wěi (大张伟) - lead vocalist, former lead guitarist and main songwriter
Shí Xǐngyŭ (石醒宇) - Guitarist
Guō Yáng (郭阳) - Bassist
Wáng Wénbó (王文博) - Drummer

The group debuted in 1998 and have released six albums, the most recent on September 29, 2007.

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