Lfo L.F.O, L.F.O.LFO was formed in 1988 in Leeds, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom and was active until 2014. Gez & Mark originally met whilst part of rival breakdancing crews in the Merrion shopping centre in Leeds in 1984. They then met again whilst at college studying photography and graphic design in 1988 and formed LFO. Members: Mark Bell (1988-2014), Gez Varley (1988-96) & Martin Williams (1988-90) LFO (Low Frequency Oscillation), named after the Low Frequency Oscillator component of synthesizers, were pioneers of the "Bleep Techno" sound in the UK at the end of the Eighties and are best known for the early self-titled techno anthem "LFO". Their last release as a duo was the album "Advance" in 1996. In 2003 Mark Bell resumed use of the name as a solo pseudonym. Mark Bell died in October 2014 from complications after an operation.
Lyte Funkie Ones L.F.O., LFO, LFO (Lyte Funkie Ones), LFO-Lyte Funkie Ones, Light Funky Ones, Lite Funkie Ones, Lyte Funkie Ones (L.F.O.), Lyte Funkie Ones (LFO), Lyte Funky Ones, Lytefunkie OnesAmerican Pop/R&B band, which was one of the many projects supported by "boy band" guru Louis J. Pearlman. Band Member Rich Cronin sadly passed away by myeloid leukemia at the age of 35 on September 8, 2010.