Cyclone Tracy

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Band members

  • Final Line-up
    • Scott Danson (drums)
    • Chris Hughes (bass)
    • Bubsie (vocals)
    • Kris Requelm (guitar)
  • Former members
    • Stevie Janevski (guitar) (1992 - 1999)
    • Scottie Ramone (bass) (1993 - 1998)
    • Eric Martin (bass) (1992 - 1993)
    • Dean Marcus (vocals) (1992 - 1993)


Melbourne, VIC, 1992

Band information

Cyclone Tracy was a Melbourne heavy rock/metal band who styled themselves on Skid Row. An excellent and dynamic live band, Cyclone Tracy's recorded output was also high quality and remarkably heavy, featuring solid riffs and well-controlled vocal performance.

One Eyed generated some interest in markets such as Japan and the band opened for the re-masked Kiss during their 1997 tour. Hughes joined the band in early 1998 as a replacement for long-serving bassist Scottie Ramone and immediately afterwards Cyclone Tracy did shows with Steve Vai before going in to produce the heavier and more original and mature second album. Janevski split from Cyclone Tracy in September 1999 after becoming disenchanted with the band's gradual shift into a nu-metal direction inspired by Coal Chamber. He was replaced by Kris Requelm. Little was heard from Cyclone Tracy after this point and the band split up in May 2002.

Janevski formed Black Majesty and Danson later joined Damnzal.



1996 One Eyed North West
1998 Schlock! North West