expatriates Roy Wood, Jeff Lynne, and Bev
Bevan formed the initial nucleus of ELO,
but multi-instrumentalist Wood split after
No Answer to form the group Wizzard.
second release, ELO II, retained
some of the off-key crunch of the debut,
but it is clearly a transition to what became
a very slick, highly orchestrated pop-hit
factory. Between 1975 and 1981, ELO managed
17 Top 40 hits, among which were "Evil
Woman" (#10), "Telephone Line"
(#7), "Don't Bring Me Down" (#4),
"Hold on Tight" (#10), "Shine
a Little Love" (#8) and "Can't Get
It Out of My Head" (#9). ELO also scored
a #24 hit with "Do Ya," which was
the Move's only stateside chart hit.
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