GRAHAM DAY & THE FOREFATHERS
Love Me Lies / 30-60-90 clear vinyl 7"
State Records THS-014
Graham Day, Allan Crockford and Wolf Howard have been intermittently blasting out their muscular version of Medway Garage-Rock in various combinations and guises over a period of more than 30 years, releasing dozens of albums between them. Graham and Allan were in The Prisoners (‘82-‘86), before forming The Prime Movers with Wolf in 1988, releasing 3 albums before they split in 1993. The trio were re-united in 1999 as The Solarflares, releasing another 5 albums until once again calling it a day in 2004. Luckily they re-united in 2013 and 'ere we go with a taster of the upcoming album: The A side is a gloriously rough and ready version of a Prisoners song, while the flip is a frantic, fuzzed up grab at an obscure Willie Mitchell instrumental, previously notable only for being covered in 'Get Carter' and subsequently providing the inspiration for the Prisoners' 'Revenge of the Cybermen'.
2nd press Limited edition in clear vinyl.
Edition of 500 packaged in a hand-stamped paper sleeve
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