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Uploaded on May 17, 2011

The original line-up of the band consisted of James Fry (vocals), Andrew Hobson (bass), Gordon King (guitar), Tony Ogden (drums), Rory Conolly (saxophone), Nick Phillips (organ) and Andy Robbins (synthesiser). This version soon disintegrated, and some years later a new line-up emerged, this time based in Manchester.

The 1989 version of World Of Twist featured Ogden (now vocalist and co-songwriter), King (guitar and co-songwriter), and Hobson (synthesisers) joined by Alan Frost (visual effects, synthesisers), Julia (swirls and sea noises) and Angela Reilly (visual effects). Nick Sanderson (drums) joined some time later.

A demo tape (featuring "The Storm", "Blackpool Tower Suite", "The Spring", and "She's a Rainbow") released in early 1990 drew attention to the band, and a recording contract with Circa Records followed. The record label issued the singles "The Storm", "She's a Rainbow" (produced by Martin Hannett) that same year with "Sons of the Stage" and "Sweets" following in 1991.

The band's live show and Radio 1 sessions for John Peel and Mark Goodier raised expectations, but their debut album, Quality Street (1991), met with little critical or commercial acclaim.

Whilst the World of Twist never toured in North America, "Sons of the Stage" was an indie/club hit in Toronto and New York. Oasis considered naming themselves after the song,[1] and it was later covered by Oasis's successor group Beady Eye, as a B-side to their debut single, "Bring the Light".

Work began on a follow up album and there were plans for further touring, but problems emerged when Ogden decided that he no longer wanted to sing. This, coupled with creative differences within the band, contributed to the demise of the group in 1992.

Anthony William Ogden died on 26 July 2006, in Bramhall, Cheshire,[2] on the verge of a return to the music industry with Bubblegum Secret Pop Explosion. He was 44.[2] Few details on his death have been released.

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