Band Name The Lurkers. Music StylePunk-Rock. Members owning this album1. 9. Stop Her Coming Back. 12. Roll Out the Barrel. 13. Mass Media Believer. Other productions from The Lurkers.
Band Name The Lurkers. Erscheinungsdatum 2006. Musik GenrePunk-Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1.
26 Years is the ninth studio album by punk rock band The Lurkers. The CD release of the album by the Street Dogs Record label also has an additional eight tracks, a single release of "Go Ahead Harry" from 1999 with the accompanying B-side and 6 tracks recorded live from their performance in Newcastle in 2003. The album contains a few re-recordings of old Lurkers tracks including their notable single "Mass Media Believer". The album spawned what could be somewhat of a modern classic for The Lurkers in the shape of "Go Ahead Harry".
Category:The Lurkers albums. It should only contain pages that are The Lurkers albums or lists of The Lurkers albums, as well as subcategories containing those things. Topics about The Lurkers albums in general should be placed in relevant topic categories. This category contains albums by The Lurkers. Pages in category "The Lurkers albums". The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). 0–9. 26 Years (album).
The Lurkers - 5 albums (2017). Rock 2 years ago. Download. Like 0. Tracklist: Disc: 1. 1. Ain't Got a Clue. 25. Mary's Coming Home (Demo). 26. New Guitar in Town (Demo). 27. Little Ole Wine Drinker Me (Demo). Disc: 4. Freak Show. 2. Total War. 3. I'm on Heat. 4. Then I Kissed Her.
The Lurkers formed late in 1976, the original line-up consisting in Pete Stride on Guitar, Pete "Manic Esso" Haynes on drums, Pete "Plug" Edwards on vocals and Nigel Moore on bass. Edwards was replaced by Howard Wall after a few rehearsals, with him becoming the band's road manager. Stride was the band’s main songwriter. The band’s second album was not as well received, critically or commercially, as their debut, and the band split for a few years. Pete Stride collaborated with ‘Honest’ John Plain (of English punk band the Boys) and released an album in January 1980. In 1982, Stride re-formed the Lurkers. They signed for label Clay Records, for whom they released four singles and one album
|Ready And Loaded||2:35|
|Waste Of Space||3:06|
|Go Ahead Punk||2:28|
|Stop Her Coming Back||2:42|
|Roll Out The Barrel||3:12|
|Mass Media Believer||2:06|
|Never Use That Gun||2:16|
|SOSR4016||The Lurkers||26 Years (CD, Album, RE)||SOS Records||SOSR4016||US||2006|
|AHOY CD 229||The Lurkers||26 Years (CD, Album)||Captain Oi!||AHOY CD 229||UK||2003|
|STD 005||The Lurkers||26 Years (CD, Album, Enh)||Street Dogs Records||STD 005||Argentina||2004|
|none||The Lurkers||26 Years (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Blu)||No Pity Records||none||UK||2015|