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Savage Progress was a pop group in the 1980s from England that had hits in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The band was founded by Rik Kenton (b. 31 October 1945, in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England) Glynnis Thomas (voc) Ned Morant (perc.) Carol Isaacs (keyboards/background vocals) and Andrew Edge (drums). They were a mixed-race group of musicians who used traditional pop styles as well as reggae, Caribbean dance rhythms and African rhythms.
Savage Progress joined the Thompson Twins on the “Into The Gap” tour of Britain (February, 1984) as support act. Savage Progress’ biggest hit was “My Soul Unwraps Tonight”, which was written by Kenton, a former member of Roxy Music.