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-'''The Invaders''' was a top R&B band in the island of [[Bermuda]] during the late 1960's. 
-The Invaders Band was started by Ralph Richardson in Bermuda in 1968. In 1969 the band produced its first hit 45 [[Spacing Out]], written by Richardson, made it to the top of the Bermuda charts and remained there for several weeks. Within a few months the band produced its first album with the same title. Both 45 and album were underwritten by Eddie De Mello, owner of the Music Box Music store.+# An island group in the the North [[Atlantic Ocean]], 580 nautical miles (1074 kilometers) east-southeast of [[Cape Hatteras]], [[North Carolina]], held as an [[Overseas Territory]] by [[Britain]].
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-By late 1969 Phillips Recording Studios in the UK offered the band a 6 month tour of Europe and a recording contract. By 1970 the band, whose members where then part time musicians, decided to call it quits.+
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-Several years later De Mello digitized the original sound tracks and produced a CD of the Album. It has been reported that a recent vinyl sold on Ebay for nearly $1,000.+
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-'''Band members included:'''+
-* Ralph Richardson, Sr - Trumpet+
-* Sturgis Griffin Jr - Congas+
-* Lloyd Williams - Sax / Flute+
-* Stan Gilbert - Bass+
-* John Burch - Guitar+
-* Mike Stowe - Drums+
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  1. An island group in the the North Atlantic Ocean, 580 nautical miles (1074 kilometers) east-southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, held as an Overseas Territory by Britain.




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