Sections of this page. Accessibility help. Email or phone Password Forgotten account? Log In. Forgotten account? Nothing New. Young and Free. Yet Still Comes the Rain. The Wait. No Way. You Didn't Care. But the Rape Goes On. Dream of Peace. Pleasant Valley Sunday. Last edited by a moderator: May 29, They broke up in , but reformed in with Andy, Beverley, Nuts and Steve. They have been touring, and are working on new material.
Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here. One of these gigs ended in a riot, and the Special Patrol Group was called in -- the incident was reported in the next day's national press.
In this period Gail Thibert joined the band on keyboards and Beverly Cook-Abbott joined as a second vocalist, rounding out a seven-person lineup with which the band played lots of gigs. All part of growing up , the band's first album, was released on Fight Back Records through Conflict and Mortarhate in Join Us On Facebook.
In stock can be shipped within 3 days. New Spanish re-issue that is Pressed on gram vinyl; features replica cover art and insert. Limited to copies. Beat Generation presents the first ever official reissue of British anarcho-punk band the Lost Cherrees ' debut album All part of growing up. After some rehearsals, they recorded and released a six-track demo tape called "The worst demo ever recorded," a split with the band Warning. They played some gigs, and then Dave Greaves left the band and Andy Rolfe took his place as guitarist; Battershill switched to bass and a new drummer, Nuts , joined the band as well.
This lineup recorded a second demo in , with some tracks also included on a split release with Subhumans.Excellent UK anarchopunk. All Part of Growing Up is among the more accessible peace punk records, with a sound that's not all that far removed from X-Ray Spex, or even the Go-Go's. As so many people do, when I first fell for punk in high school, I fell hard, and ended up listened pretty much exclusively to crust and peace punk, so Lost Cherrees' less overtly pissed-off, more melodic approach.
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