Vibrators: Past Present And Into The Future

Vibrators SKU: 35523284
The Vibrators: Past Present And Into The Future

Vibrators: Past Present And Into The Future

Vibrators SKU: 35523284

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Past Present And Into The Future
Artist: Vibrators
Label: Cleopatra
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 889466069215
Genre: Rock

Limited red-colored vinyl LP pressing. 2018 album from legendary British punk band The Vibrators, who are celebrating their 40+ year career. Past, Present And Into The Future features a unique line-up with contributions from former and current members including founders Knox, Eddie, and John Ellis along with V2 era bassist Gary Tibbs (Roxy Music), current bassist/vocalist Pete, guitarist Darrell Bath and production by original bassist Pat Collier. The Vibrators were founded in 1976 by Ian 'Knox' Carnochan, bassist Pat Collier, guitarist John Ellis, and drummer John 'Eddie' Edwards. They first came to public notice at the 100 Club when they backed Chris Spedding in 1976. Drummer Eddie remains the only original member to survive the ever-revolving line-up changes for over 40 years.

Tracks:
1.1 Loose Change
1.2 Rock 'N' Roll Rescue
1.3 A Life Lived Badly
1.4 Dark Star
1.5 Strangers Never (Friends Forever)
1.6 Just Another Day
1.7 Dirty Games
1.8 Wild Cheetah
1.9 Wrapped Cat
1.10 You're the Prize
1.11 Hand of Mercy
1.12 Keep on Telling Me Lies
1.13 Please Mr. Cancer
1.14 Sweet Trouble
1.15 Public Enemy
1.16 Stiff Little Fingers
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