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The band had already released their debut album, Survivors , in 1979 on an independent label , two months before Dickinson joined.  Immediately following the completion of his University work, he met up with the band at Greenwich's Wood Wharf studios to learn the Survivors album.  Although the tracks did not suit his vocal style,  the band soon wrote the majority of the following Head On album in their earliest rehearsal sessions,  some of which were immediately incorporated into their live set. 
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