(c’87-’88) – Ian Henry (bass/vocals), Colin Brookes (drums), Neil Sinclair (keyboards), Andrea Martin (backing vocals), and Phil Brookes (lead guitar).

Pirbright metal band Trashqueen were born out of Kyoto Rose, nee Airbourne with their first appearance with the new name, image and set at Woking 6th Form College. Ex-Monterey bassist Ian Westley joined in early ’88 allowing Henry to focus on vocals. This new six-piece format, added by roadie Trashqueen’s roadie Graham Clayton piled into the Civic Hall, Guildford on 27 April ’88 and opened for primary support act Force 3, prior to the headliners; Swedish Christian heavy metal band Leviticus on their “Warriors of Rock” tour. This led to a positive mention by Kerrang’s Dave Reynolds, who specifically singled out Colin Brookes – although Westley didn’t fair so well in the critics prose. They disbanded in June ’88 after a promising year of building quite a reputation.

Colin Brookes joined a Christian group and Henry went to University. Phil Brookes went on to form Calamity Sax.