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The Lansing State Journal says Mester has been ordered to pay more than $4,000 in restitution to his neighbor, Cindy Heistand, who boards horses.

The incident occurred on Heistand’s property and was caught on a surveillance camera.

Their line-up changed, with Moon replaced by Burns and Smart leaving, replaced briefly by Steve Osborne and then by Hodgkinson.

Fragments of Time developed a quirky, futurist, paranoia-themed blend of new wave, punk, and pub rock, amalgamating some of the textures common to Britain's Ultravox with those more associated with The Stranglers.

They provided top ten singles, "Computer Games" in October 1979 (No. Invercargill-born Burns was influenced by progressive rock bands such as Yes, whereas Stanton's influences veered towards heavy metal.

Their first two albums both reached the New Zealand top 10, Graffiti Crimes (July 1979) and Space Race (No. They were known for their cutting edge production and dynamic live shows.

Mi-Sex (also styled as Mi Sex) is a New Zealand new wave rock band that was originally active from 1977 to 1986. Gilpin died in January 1992, two months after a serious car accident from which he never recovered.

Led by Steve Gilpin as vocalist, Kevin Stanton as guitarist and songwriter and Don Martin as bassist. Mi-Sex have periodically reformed, including in 2011 with Steve Balbi (ex-Noiseworks) on lead vocals. Mi-Sex was formed in 1978 in New Zealand when Murray Burns on keyboards, Steve Gilpin on lead vocals, Don Martin on bass guitar and Kevin Stanton on lead guitar and backing vocals (all ex-Fragments of Time) and were joined by Richard Hodgkinson on drums.

we copped a lot of flack." Late in 1982 Stanton temporarily left the band due to ill-health, he was replaced on guitar by Ted Yanni.

After four months, Stanton returned and Yanni remained until he was replaced in turn by Colin Bayley (ex-Silent Movies) on guitar.

'" Jonathon Green caught their gig at Bruce Stadium, "The New Zealanders played one of the best sets I have ever heard from them.