Added: 24 February 2012

Exit (Swe / Växjö)

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Band Info
Hard Rock / Heavy Metal
Sweden (


1981 - 1983

Jon Stavert - Guitar, Piano, Vocals
David Momcilo Braic - Guitar, Vocals (Mandrake Root)
Ronny Thåck - Bass, Vocals
Jan Carlsson - Drums

Earlier known as FIREBALLS. EXIT was active between 1981 - 1983. About 10-12 gigs were performed.

EXIT recorded a cover-version of BEATLES "Eleanor Rigby" and 4 original songs at Radio Kronoberg Studio. EXIT'S version of "Eleanor Rigby" was aired on the local radiostation several times. Two original songs written by David were also recorded in Stockholm for PANG RECORDS compilation album 'Rockbeast'. One of the songs included in the compilation album called ”Lost Woman” won a radiocontest for best song in the local area, the song was then aired on the national Swedish Radio during the fall of 1982.

EXIT split-up in 1983, but reformed as PYRAMID in late 1984. About 40-50 gigs were performed.

1986: 5 new original songs by David were recorded in the new ”Radio Kronoberg” studio.
1987: 5 new original songs by David were recorded in the new ”Radio Kronoberg ” studio

Two radioprogrammes followed these sessions were the songs were aired together with interviews. Two songs by David ”Things will never be the same again” and ”Sudden changes” are frequently played on the radio during 1986.

1989: an original song by David called ”Straight from my heart” is recorded and a video is made as well. The song is played frequently on local radiostations during 1989, and the video is shown on local and national Television.

1992: PYRAMID splits-up and David creates the new group MANDRAKE ROOT together with singer Per Englund (fomer singer in the group BLACKSMITH).
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