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Vitamin Z was a British new wave and synth-pop band formed in the early 1980s. The group gained recognition with their debut album “Rites of Passage,” released in 1985. Their most well-known single, “Burning Flame,” featured distinctive vocals and a catchy synth-driven sound, earning them some success on the charts. Vitamin Z’s lineup included Geoff Barradale as the lead vocalist and Nick Lockwood as the guitarist. Despite their initial positive reception, the band didn’t achieve sustained commercial success, and they eventually disbanded.

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