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Boom Crash Opera is an Australian rock band that emerged in the 1980s and gained prominence for their energetic and anthemic sound. Formed in Melbourne in 1985, the band’s lineup included Dale Ryder (vocals), Peter Farnan (guitar, keyboards), Peter Maslen (drums), Greg O’Connor (keyboards, guitar), and Richard Pleasance (bass). Boom Crash Opera achieved commercial success with hits like “Onion Skin,” “Great Wall,” and “Dancing in the Storm.” Their music, characterized by a blend of rock, new wave, and pop elements, resonated well with audiences in Australia and beyond. The band’s dynamic live performances and catchy tunes contributed to their popularity, making them a notable presence in the Australian music scene during the late 1980s and early 1990s.

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