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Back in 2004 Rocky Goode and Kirlian Blue decided to form an act called The Thought Criminals. With the help of a Dance Producer Tony Messenger and mixer Rob Henry they pulled of their first album. The duo built up quite a cult following over the following years. Headlining very well known and famous London (UK) live venues such as The Mass, The Hope And Anchor, The Underworld, The Dublin Castle, Goldsmiths College, and The 333 Club! 2011 Danny Fades joined the band on Bass.

The Thought Criminals from day one have blended the styles of Dark Early 80's Electronic music with modern Alternative Dance music. The Thought Criminals are influenced by acts such as The Prodigy, Ultravox, Gary Numan, John Foxx, Cabaret Voltaire, Front 242 ,The Sex Pistols, Covenant and last but not least Soft Cell. The Vocals are a unique style of tongue and cheek from the streets of South London.

The Thought Criminals are proudly a self manufactured act. Created by Kirlian Blue and given its balls by its front man Rocky Goode. They had no style guru's or Malcolm McClaren’s to help them. They don’t claim to be Talented Musicians, but they do claim to be Performers with very strong Musical Ideas, Lyrics, Originality and Direction.

Over the years The Thought Criminals have featured on about Eight CD Compilations and several digital ones. The band have released several Digital Singles "Suicide Bomber" (2006) and "I Wanna Be A Celebrity" (2007) and one album "Die Young : Stay Pretty" (2007).

The Thought Criminals are:
Rocky - Vocals, Lyrics
Kirlian Blue - Synths, Lyrics, Beats & Backing Vocals
Danny Fades - Bass, Effects

The Thought Criminals kirlian blue, London, Britain (UK)

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