Named for a cliff in England, Flambrough Head began when Edo Spanninga (keyboards) recruited twins Frans Wolf (keyboards) and Wiebe Wolf (guitar). They began playing as a trio, but eventually recruited drummer Koen Roozen. Roozen also knew a bassist named Marcel Derix whom he brought on board with him. After a year of this lineup doing instrumental progressive rock, Siebe Rein Schaaf signed on as a vocalist/keyboardist. After a time, the Wolf twins departed the group. The two were replaced by one man, Andre Cents, on guitar. The group eventually recorded a demo entitled Legend of the Old Man Tree. Their first real album was released in 1998 and called Unspoken Whisper. Schaaf left the band in the year 2000, being replaced by Margriet Boomsma. Schaaf was followed shortly by Cents, who left during the recording of the follow-up album, Defining the Legacy. The group found their new guitarist in the person of Eddie Mulder.
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