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One of the most obscure bands from the period in question, Trydan was a kind of uncommon formation, featuring three singers and six members in total, three of then being gentlemen and three ladies. Almost nothing is known from this outfit's history, and the only Trydan release was a very humble three-track EP, released by Sain in 1980. "Mods A Rocers", the title-track, is reported as the most "metallic" of the bunch, the other two songs featured ("Di-waith, Di-'fynedd" and "Mr. Urdd") being supposedly least enthusiastic and more borderline efforts, with the record as a whole being reccomended only for the most undeterred collectors of NWOBHM-related stuff.
As a trivia, another Trydan appeared from the same area in recent times, with a musical style near to modern bands such as Creed and The Darkness.
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