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WHITEHOUSE

Whitehouse are an industrial band formed in England by William Bennett in 1980, who's inspiration to make extreme electronic music orignated from Mute Records boss Daniel Miller. He then acquired a modified synthesiser that would shape the early sound of Whitehouse. Williamwas soon to be joined by Phillip Best and writer Pete Sotos - the act would remain a trio until 2002. From the outset, their 'music' (if it can be referred to has such) courted controversy, both due to it's lyrical content and it's extreme nature. They originally issued their music via Williams Bennet's own Come Organisation label (which also released recording by a number of other early industrial artists), but this label closed in 1985. Bennet duly formed the label 'Susan Lawly' for all future Whitehouse releases three years later, following the bands brief hiatus
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