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Trash

Trash came to Apple via Tony Meehan, record producer, drummer, and a founder member of The Shadows. Five men strong, Trash was a powerhouse of gig-hardened Glaswegians. Without a songwriter in the band, Trash relied on their choice of, rather than the creation of, their material.

Trash signed to Apple as The Pathfinders, far too beat group for 1969, particularly so given the heaviness of their sound. So they changed their name to White Trash. Soon after, reluctantly giving in to negative feedback, the changed it again to Trash.

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