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One of the best bands you've never heard.

The town I ended up going to High School in was St. Charles, Missouri, right next door to St. Peters. I happened to find this CD on sale while living in Boston, noticed that the P.O Box to the fan club was in St. Peters and took a shot and bought it. One of the best bands you've never heard is probably the best way to describe this band. Their style is somewhat like Garbage's, only with a more depressive dark + despair edge to it and scant few happy/uptempo songs. Ellen Persyn's vocals are seductive and tormented at the same time; she knows how to sing the softs and louds the way they're supposed to be sung. The bass + noises from Tony Persyn (who then went on to form Neptune Crush) and keyboards of Anna Berry are chunky, funky and flow like fresh blood. Tom Bramer's guitar accentuates the different sounds the band incorporates - a soulful, gothic mourn to an ear-shattering scream of distortion. With the addition of loud, jazzy yet harsh beats from Greg Miller, this is a MUST have if you like angsty gothic or metal music or a combination of the two. There was also a demo's compilation that was given out at their farewell show. To the best of my knowledge, they broke up around 1998-1999. Ellen Persyn had an attempt at a solo career, but other than that I haven't heard anything else about the band members.

The best forgotten band of the 90's

By now you've heard the comparisons to Garbage and Poe. And you probably know that Radio Iodine signed with Radioactive, which also signed Angelfish, where Shirley Manson got her start before joining Garbage. All of the other 90's angry girl electronica made it big. So what happened to Radio Iodine? We may never know. The painful, angry music on Tiny Warnings, Radio Iodine's only full-length album, enjoyed some brief radio play in 1997, mostly on college stations and alternative radio. And then, to the great disappointment of their fans, Radio Iodine disappeared. Buy the album and keep alive the memory of a great band.

Amazing ..

Great Album .. To bad they were so short lived

Biography

Formed: 1995

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Led by Tony Persyn, Radio Iodine is an industrial-metal band who released their debut EP, Radio Iodine, on MCA Records in November of...
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