The Joy Circuit

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The Joy Circuit

The Joy Circuit when this Band was founded in Dicember 1985, the line-up was Marco Larski Ellul on (keyboards), John Debattista keyboards), Kevin O'Neill (programmable percussion) and Jody Fiteni (Vocals). This band was the first one on the island complitly as an elettronic band.

In June 1986 the band get a room in Tigne Barracks and begain their rehearsals, they write their own songs like Live In China, The Weekend Boys, Pandora's Box, Europlasma, The Unicorn Gates and others.

On 8 November, 1986 they performed live for the first time in a gig at Fantasy Park in St.Andrews together with the band Artwork that gig was organized by Vince Pisani the Artwork Manager.

On 6 Dicember 1986 and 31 Dicemberr 1986 again played in the same venue.

In the beganing of 1987 John Debattista was replaced by Roger Micallef and in May (1987) the band recorded their first cassette with original material.

In 25 July 1987 the band played in a concert together with the band Enigma at the scouts HQ at Floriana. In Febuary 1988 Mark Larski Ellul official left the band and in June the band was founded again but under the new name of Dance The Ghost.

During the years Jody Fiteni was the lead singer of different other bands like The Ophidian Twin, The Mustard Seeds and The Lesser Gods.

See also

Category:The Joy Circuit Photos