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  1. The Texas-born guitarist formed the Figures in the midst of the power pop/new wave explosion, inking a record deal and releasing their debut album in Their self-titled debut album was an amazing slice of audio energy and excitement that still sounds fresh and invigorating nearly 30 years later.9/
  2. Gary Myrick and The Figures was a muscular outing, darker and more stark than many of the more famous New Wavers to explode out of Los Angeles in the early 80's (think The Motels or The Knack). Instead of the power pop of these bands, Myrick was looking for grittier turf even as he knocked out several catchy songs/5(16).
  3. Mar 07,  · Explore releases from Gary Myrick & The Figures at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Gary Myrick & The Figures at the Discogs Marketplace.
  4. Mar 23,  · The entire Gary Myrick And The Figures LP is a fantastic mash-up of classic rock, power pop, and new wave. The album was released in , so it makes perfect sense that Myrick incorporated all of these genres into his songs.
  5. Gary Myrick and the Figures: Wounded Bird Living in a Movie: Wounded Bird Find Gary Myrick discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Singles & EPs All. Year Album Label.
  6. Find Gary Myrick song information on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Album Rock New Wave Punk/New Wave Roots Rock. Member Of. Havana 3 A.M. Submit Corrections. Gary Myrick Gary Myrick & the Figures. Gary Myrick. Stand for Love. Gary Myrick / Curly Smith. Innocent Man feat.
  7. First time on CD for this album from the singer, songwriter and guitarist including four live bonus tracks. Gary Myrick moved from Texas to Los Angeles and formed the band the Figures. Not exactly New Wave, Power Pop or Post Punk, Myrick's unique style fitted into all categories comfortably without compromising his unique talents/5(4).
  8. They landed a deal with Epic and issued their debut album, Gary Myrick & the Figures, in ; it produced a minor cult hit in the single "She Talks in Stereo." The follow-up, Living in a Movie, was released in , but after the supporting North American tour, Myrick decided to disband the Figures in pursuit of a different approach.

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