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The Cravats


In the Midlands town of Redditch, Worcestershire, England, the Cravats’ weird make of rock was initially heard over the classic ‘Gordon’, a co-release with Small Wonder Records and their very own label in October 1978. After signing up for Small Question, the music group, comprisingf Shend (b. Chris Harz; vocals, bass), Robin Dallaway (electric guitar, vocals), Dave Bennett (drums) and Richard London (saxophone), released some entertaining singles, you start with the EP Burning up Bridges in 1979. It had been over a calendar year before ‘Precinct’ made an appearance in 1980, alongside what became their only recording, The Cravats In Toytown. After liberating ‘You’re Traveling Me’ and ‘Off The Seaside’ in 1981, the music group moved to Cup Information for ‘Terminus’ in 1982, nonetheless it was to demonstrate a one-off solitary. Only the outstanding ‘Rub Me Out’, within the Crass label, produced any headway in the united kingdom Independent graph. A retrospective EP, The Cravats Sing Terminus ALONG WITH OTHER Hits, surfaced prior to the music group laid low. A solitary EP, WITHIN THE Land FROM THE Giants, within the Reflex label some 3 years later on, was all of the music group can offer before mutating in to the Extremely Things. Going after an acting profession, Shend later on produced various minor tv appearances, specifically within the BBC Television cleaning soap opera EastEnders.

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Full Name The Cravats
Music Songs You're Driving Me, I Am the Dreg, Rub Me Out, Who's in Here With Me, When Will We Fall, I Hate the Universe, And the Sun Shone, Pressure Sellers, Triplex Zone, Jingo Bells, Off the Beach, Situations Vacant, All Around the Corner, Daddy's Shoes, There Is No International Rescue, Burning Bridges, Tears on My Machine, Land of the Giants, Live for Now, Ceasing to Be, All on Standby, Ice-Cubists, One in a Thousand, Bigband, Batter House, Working Down Underground, The Hole, Blurred, Precinct, Interlude - Spoons, The Shroud of New York, Interlude - Streets
Albums In Toytown, The Colossal Tunes Out, Dustbin of Sound, Fireman / Divide, The Land of the Giants, The Land of the Giants: The Best of the Jazz-Punk Colossals

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