Spider was an American rock band from New York, United States, that formed in 1977 and disbanded in 1984. They released two studio albums through Dreamland Records, an RSO sub-label, in the early 1980s, and scored a few moderate hit singles in the United States. Two songs from their 1981 album Between the Lines - "Change" and "Better Be Good to Me" - were hits for John Waite and Tina Turner, respectively. In 1982 they changed the band's name to Shanghai and released their third and final album.


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