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Inspired by the Beatles, the four-piece Translator featured the talents of two singer/songwriters, Steve Barton (guitar) and Bob Darlington (guitar), and a sound that spanned Merseybeat to psychedelia. Larry Dekker on bass and Dave Scheff on drums completed the lineup, which remained constant during the band's seven-year stay. Formed in Los Angeles in 1979, the band relocated to San Francisco and were swiftly signed to Howie Klein's independent label, 415 Records, on the strength of their demo version of "Everywhere That I'm Not," the song that would remain the band's signature tune.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Everywhere That I'm Not - (4:04) - 836 plays
- Un-Alone - (3:56) - 111 plays
- Come With Me - (4:34) - 57 plays
- When I Am With You - (3:06) - 45 plays
- Necessary Spinning - (3:42) - 43 plays
- Gravity - (3:14) - 55 plays
- Sleeping Snakes - (3:36) - 36 plays
- Everywhere - (3:19) - 45 plays
- O Lazarus - (3:14) - 49 plays
- Favorite Drug - (3:32) - 17 plays
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