Avion - white noise

In August 1984 the group issued a non-album single, "Still the Night". Paul Gannell replaced Toole on guitar and, in September 1985, released "We've Got Secrets" on RCA. [1] In 1986, the band signed a deal with EMI Records and "Celebration" appeared in September. [1] In 1987 the band's second album, White Noise , followed "but the more considered songwriting failed to produce an upturn in Avion's career". [2] It also lacked airplay, and was not a success – the group was dropped by EMI. [1] [2] In April 1987 they released the third single from the album, "Berlin Wall". [1] In September 1987 Evan Murray died in a car accident while the group were on tour and the band essentially disbanded. [1] According to Australian rock music historian, Ian McFarlane , the group had "a strong cult following ... [with their] brand of melodic, American-influenced Adult Oriented Rock ... [but] met with virtual indifference at home". [1] Randall Waller was briefly a member of Sharon O'Neill 's backing band before relocating to United Kingdom from 1988 to 1993 where he worked as a record producer and engineer. [1] As of 1998, he was playing guitar for Shania Twain 's band. [3]

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