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Helios Creed

Helios Creed
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Helios Creed (born November 3, 1956 in Long Beach, California, United States) is an American guitarist, singer and bandleader. He first came to prominence in the mid-1970s with the San Francisco band Chrome. They are credited with being the godfathers of what later became known as Industrial Rock music. The band Chrome broke up in the mid-80s when founding member Damon Edge moved to Paris. Helios then recruited some local hard rock musicians and launched a solo career.
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Chromium Hawk Machine — Annunaki Chromium Hawk Machine — Annunaki
(Black Widow BWR205, 2017, 2CD)
Chrome — Chrome Flashback / Chrome Live / The Best Of Chrome — Chrome Flashback / Chrome Live / The Best Of
(Cleopatra CLP 0472-2, 1999, 2CD)
Chrome — Retro Transmission Chrome — Retro Transmission
(Cleopatra CLP-0080-2, 1997, CD)
Various Artists — A Saucerful of Pink Various Artists — A Saucerful of Pink
(Cleopatra CLEO 9551-2, 1995, 2CD)
Various Artists — Space Daze Various Artists — Space Daze
(Cleopatra CLEO 79162, 1994, CD)

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