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Owen Paul is best known for his 1986 single My Favourite Waste Of Time. He started his first band, Venigmas, in his mid-teens and later moved behind the scenes, producing the Japanese band Buck-Tick. He went on to become a music consultant for both the Hard Rock Café and Planet Hollywood before opening the West End theatre Venue (now the Leicester Square Theatre), which launched the Boy George musical Taboo. He’s toured Europe as part of Mike + The Mechanics and, as well as performing under his own name, is the lead singer in XSM (Ex-Simple Minds) with his elder brother Brian McGee, the original drummer with Simple Minds.

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