Alternate History

Zee-Stars (An Alternate Pink Floyd)

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Left to Right: Rick Wright, Dave Harris, Syd Barrett, John 'Twink' Alder and Jack Monck
Background information
Origin Cambridge, England, United Kingdom
Genres Rock, new wave
Years active 1972-1973
1982-1995 (from 1984, Zee-Stars)
Labels Harvest, EMI, Columbia
Associated acts Pink Floyd, Tomorrow, The Pretty Things, The Pink Fairies, Delivery, Fashion
Past members
Richard Wright (1984-1995)
Dave Harris (1984-1986)
Syd Barrett (1972-1995)
John 'Twink' Alder (1972-1995)
Bruce Paine (1972-1995)
Jack Monck (1972-1995)
Zee-Stars, formerly Stars/The Last Minute Put Together Boogie Band, was a supergroup of progressive rock and experimental rock active between 1982-1995, which had the members of Pink Floyd, Syd Barrett and Richard Wright respectively.

The group was quite successful in England and Europe. The group had only a world tour, but several tours in Europe.

Prior to the merger between the two bands, the Stars already existed, and had Syd Barrett, Bruce Paine, Jack Monck and John Adler (Twink). They had already recorded an album without much success, called Psychedelic Circus.

Zee was a project of Richard Wright and Dave Harris. The album was to be recorded in 1984.

In 1984, Syd Barrett and Richard Wright met in Cambridge where they discussed some ideas, until Wright had the idea to merge your project with the Stars (Barrett supergroup). The idea was accepted by Harris, and the other members of the Stars.

In 1986, Harris left the supergroup, working only in the New Wave-esque album, Identity.


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