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Steve Wilkin is a British guitarist who took part of the punk and new wave, now member of Vmat2, along Stuart Thorneycroft. In the early 1970s he formed Wired. In 1976 he founded Masterwitch, a punk band, which released an only single in 1978, called Action Replay. In September of that year, he joined Neo, fronted by American punk pioneer Ian North, replacing Steve Byrd (of Gillan), but the band split up shortly afterwards. He later played with The Profile, Random Hold, Rikki Sylvan, Nadia Kapiche, Soundtrack, It's Again and The Little Doctors.

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  • Steve Wilkin is a British guitarist who took part of the punk and new wave, now member of Vmat2, along Stuart Thorneycroft. In the early 1970s he formed Wired. In 1976 he founded Masterwitch, a punk band, which released an only single in 1978, called Action Replay. In September of that year, he joined Neo, fronted by American punk pioneer Ian North, replacing Steve Byrd (of Gillan), but the band split up shortly afterwards. He later played with The Profile, Random Hold, Rikki Sylvan, Nadia Kapiche, Soundtrack, It's Again and The Little Doctors.
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  • Steve Wilkin is a British guitarist who took part of the punk and new wave, now member of Vmat2, along Stuart Thorneycroft. In the early 1970s he formed Wired. In 1976 he founded Masterwitch, a punk band, which released an only single in 1978, called Action Replay. In September of that year, he joined Neo, fronted by American punk pioneer Ian North, replacing Steve Byrd (of Gillan), but the band split up shortly afterwards. He later played with The Profile, Random Hold, Rikki Sylvan, Nadia Kapiche, Soundtrack, It's Again and The Little Doctors.
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