The Lurkers (UK punk band)

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UK punk band formed in 1976, from West London.
The band had 5 Top Forty hits between 1977-1979. The band split in 1980, then reformed 1982, signing to their original manager Mike Clay's Clay Records, the band split again in 1984. Arturo Bassick reformed the band in 1987 after a chance meeting with Die Toten Hosen, who were huge fans. The band are still recording and gigging in 2006, with Arturo Bassick the only remaining member from the original line up.

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Discography

Album

Year Title RatingReleases
1978 Fulham Fallout 4
1979 God's Lonely Men 2
1989 King of the Mountain 1
1989 This Dirty Town 1
1990 Powerjive 1
1995 Powerjive / King of the Mountain 1
2001 Wild Times Again / Non Stop Nitro Pop 1
2003 26 Years 2
2008 Fried Brains 1
2016 The Future's Calling 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title RatingReleases
1980 Greatest Hit: Last Will and Testament 2
1992 Totally Lurkered 1
1997 Beggars Banquet Singles Collection 1
1997 Take Me Back to Babylon 1
2000 The BBC Punk Sessions 1
2002 The Punk Singles Collection 1
2017 5 Albums 1

Album + Live

Year Title RatingReleases
1989 Live and Loud!! 1

Single

Year Title RatingReleases
1977 Freak Show 1
1977 Shadow 2
1978 I Don't Need to Tell Her 1
1978 Just Thirteen 1
1978 Ain't Got a Clue 1
1979 Out in the Dark 1
1979 New Guitar in Town 1
1982 Drag You Out 2
1982 This Dirty Town 1
1983 Frankenstein Again 1
1984 Let's Dance Now (No Time to Be Strangers) 1

EP

Year Title RatingReleases
1984 The Final Vinyl 1

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