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This is the definitive collection of releases, including rare and unreleased tracks, from the electro-industrial band Lesson Seven. Most of the tracks have been out of print since the 1990's.
LeSSON SEVeN Bio
Lesson Seven (or Lesson 7), was an electro-industrial dance band from Dallas, Texas circa 1986-1992. The band was made up of Wynne Martin (keyboards, sampling, programming), scott crow (vocals and talking) and David Starfire (guitars, bass and keyboards). They had tracks produced by MC 900 FT Jesus, and Kurt Larsen singer of Information Society.
They toured with Skinny Puppy (1988 VIVI Sect VI tour), Nine Inch Nails (1990 Hate and 1991 Sin tours), and Die Warzau in 1991. They performed often with industrial, techno and goth bands: Ministry, Clan of Xymox, Swans, Psychic TV, Front Line Assembly, Psychic TV, Consolidated, Diamana Galas, Laibach, MC 900 ft Jesus, Revolting Cocks, SeveredHeads, Legendary Pink Dots, Weathermen, and many others from 88’-92’.
Their 12” was ‘Radiation’ came out originally on Oak Lawn Records in 1989 and was an underground and high energy favorite.
It was later remixed and released on an early NRG Mixxx Vol.1 Issue 5, on the compilation CD “Retro Club Classics’ released in 1999.
They achieved major club and college radio play often charting on CMJ (College Music Journal) and top DJ lists across the U.S.
They released one CD entitled ‘Audio Assault which was a compilation of tracks from Lesson Seven, a rap/industrial outfit called ITT (International Thief Thief) and their combined side project called Audio Assault. ITT and lesson seven often toured together and combined their over the top performances which caught the ears of MC 900 Ft. Jesus. It was released in 1991 on Crystal Clear Records.
Lesson Seven and Audio Assault also appeared on two compilation records from radio station KDGE in Dallas in the early 90’s. Vol. 1 and Vol. 4. Lesson Seven song 'Radiation' appears on numerous compilations of underground electro music of the 80's and 90's.