The short-lived band named Hologram only came about due to a schism within the ranks of New Wave of British Heavy Metal also-rans Holocaust, with Edinburgh, Scotland-based guitarist Ed Dudley and drummer Raymond Marciano hooking up with new vocalist Gordon Band and enigmatic one-name bassist Nelson to start afresh in 1982. Their debut album, Steal the Stars, emerged through Phoenix Records a year later, and found them pursuing a commercial brand of hard rock, far more accessible than Holocaust's brutish heavy metal sound -- yet even less successful, in the end, and it was to be Hologram's last. Neither the band nor its musicians have ever been heard from again.
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by Eduardo Rivadavia

The short-lived band named Hologram only came about due to a schism within the ranks of New Wave of British Heavy Metal also-rans Holocaust, with Edinburgh, Scotland-based guitarist Ed Dudley and drummer Raymond Marciano hooking up with new vocalist Gordon Band and enigmatic one-name bassist Nelson to start afresh in 1982. Their debut album, Steal the Stars, emerged through Phoenix Records a year later, and found them pursuing a commercial brand of hard rock, far more accessible than Holocaust's brutish heavy metal sound -- yet even less successful, in the end, and it was to be Hologram's last. Neither the band nor its musicians have ever been heard from again.