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Chumbawamba - Punk Hardcore from United Kingdom - Biography & Full Album Download MP3


Chumbawamba


Punk Hardcore Band from United Kingdom formed in 1982

Chumbawamba () were an English rock band that formed in 1982 and disbanded in 2012. The band constantly shifted in musical style, drawing on genres such as punk rock, pop, and folk. Their anarcho-communist or libertarian socialist political stance exhibited an irreverent attitude toward authority, and the band have been forthright in their stances on issues including animal rights and pacifism (early in their career) and later regarding class struggle, Marxism, feminism, gay liberation, pop culture, and anti-fascism.

The band are best known for their song "Tubthumping", which was nominated for Best British Single at the 1998 Brit Awards. Other singles include "Amnesia", "Enough Is Enough" (with MC Fusion), "Timebomb", "Top of the World (Olé, Olé, Olé)", and "Add Me".

In July 2012, Chumbawamba announced they were splitting up after 30 years. On its website the members stated "That’s it then, it’s the end. With neither a whimper, a bang, or a reunion."

The band was joined by former members and collaborators for three final shows between 31 October and 3 November 2012, one of which was filmed and released as a live DVD.

Band history

Early years

Chumbawamba formed in Burnley in 1982 with an initial line-up of Allan "Boff" Whalley, Danbert Nobacon (born Nigel Hunter), Midge and Tomi, all four previously members of the band Chimp Eats Banana, shortly afterwards joined by Lou Watts. The band made their live debut in January 1982. Their first vinyl release was a track ("Three Years Later") on the Crass Records compilation album Bullshit Detector 2. They were initially inspired musically by bands as diverse as the Fall, PiL, Wire, and Adam and the Ants and politically by the anarchist stance of Crass. Another of the band's early releases was under the name "Skin Disease", parodying the Oi! bands of the time so successfully that they were included on 'Back On The Streets', an Oi! compilation EP put together by Sounds magazine journalist Garry Bushell. By the end of 1982, the band had expanded to include Alice Nutter (of Ouch, My Hair's on Fire), and Dunstan "Dunst" Bruce (of Men in a Suitcase) and were living in a squat in Armley, Leeds, with Harry "Daz" Hamer and Mavis "Mave" Dillon joining soon after. Stalwarts of the cassette culture scene, the band released a number of tapes including Be Happy Despite It All and Raising Heck With Chumbawamba, and were featured on many compilations. Chumbawamba were at the forefront of the 1980s anarcho-punk movement, frequently playing benefit gigs in squats and small halls for causes such as animal rights, the anti-war movement, and community groups. The band's collective political views are often described as anarchist. They made several songs about the UK miners' strike, including the Common Ground cassette and a song dedicated to the pit village of Fitzwilliam, which was one of the worst cases of economic decline following the strike.

Sky and Trees and Agit-Prop Records

By the mid-1980s Chumbawamba had begun to release material using the vinyl format on their own Agit-Prop record label, which had evolved from an earlier project, Sky and Trees Records. The first release was the Revolution EP in 1985, which quickly sold out of its initial run, and was re-pressed, reaching No. 4 in the UK Indie Chart, and staying in the chart for 34 weeks. The first LP, Pictures of Starving Children Sell Records (1986) was a critique of the Live Aid concert organised by Bob Geldof, which the band argued was primarily a cosmetic spectacle designed to draw attention away from the real political causes of world hunger.The band toured Europe with Dutch band the Ex, and a collaboration between members of the two bands, under the name "Antidote", led to the release of an EP, Destroy Fascism!, inspired by hardcore punk band Heresy, with whom they had also toured. Both the Ex and Chumbawamba were released on cassette tape in Poland during this period, when music censorship was entrenched in Iron Curtain nations. The "RED" label, based in Wrocław in south-west Poland during the late 1980s, only released cassette tapes and, despite the limits enforced by Polish authorities, was able to release Chumbawamba's music, in addition to bands from the USSR, East Germany and Czechoslovakia.Chumbawamba's second album, Never Mind the Ballots...Here's the Rest of Your Lives, was released in 1987, coinciding with the general election, and questions the validity of the British democratic system of the time. The band adopted another moniker, Scab Aid, for the "Let It Be" song release that parodied a version of the Beatles song recorded by the popstar supergroup Ferry Aid to raise money for victims of the Zeebrugge ferry disaster.The 1988 album English Rebel Songs 1381–1984, originally released as English Rebel Songs 1381–1914, was a recording of traditional songs.

One Little Indian Records

By the late 1980s and early 1990s, Chumbawamba had begun to absorb influences from techno music and rave culture. The band members quit their day jobs to begin concentrating on music full-time as they could now guarantee sales of 10,000 and they moved away from their original anarcho-punk roots, evolving a pop sensibility with releases such as Slap! (1990) and the sample-heavy Shhh (1992) (originally intended to be released as Jesus H Christ!, this album had to be withdrawn and re-recorded because of copyright problems). They also toured the United States for the first time in 1990.When Jason Donovan took The Face magazine to court that same year for claiming he was lying by denying he was gay, Chumbawamba responded by printing up hundreds of 'Jason Donovan – Queer As Fuck' T-shirts and giving them away free with the single "Behave".

After signing to the independent One Little Indian record label, Anarchy (1994) lyrically remained as politically uncompromising as ever, continuing to address issues such as homophobia (see song "Homophobia", the music video of which features the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence), the Criminal Justice Act and the rise of fascism in the UK following the election of Derek Beackon, a British National Party councillor in south-east London in 1993.

The album was the band's biggest success to date reaching the top 30 in the UK and the singles "Timebomb" and "Enough Is Enough" both entering the low end of the UK Singles Chart. The latter featured Credit to the Nation's rapper MC Fusion. The live shows to support the album were recorded and went to make up their first live album Showbusiness!, released in 1995.

One Little Indian also decided to re-release Chumbawamba's back catalogue, which meant that the first three albums were released on CD format for the first time. The first two, Pictures of Starving Children Sell Records (1985) and Never Mind the Ballots (1987) were repackaged as one disc under the title First 2.

Chumbawamba parted with One Little Indian during the recording of the 1996 album Swingin' With Raymond, although they did release one last CD entitled Portraits of Anarchists which came with copies of Casey Orr's book of the same name.

EMI Records

Chumbawamba signed to EMI in Europe in 1997, a move that was viewed as controversial by many of their followers. They had been involved with a compilation LP called Fuck EMI in 1989, and had criticised the label in many of their earlier songs. The anarcho-punk band Oi Polloi (with whom Chumbawamba had previously toured and worked with on the 'Punk Aid' Smash the Poll Tax EP ) released an 'anti-Chumbawamba' EP, Bare Faced Hypocrisy Sells Records (Ruptured Ambitions 1998). Chumbawamba argued that EMI had severed the link with weapons manufacturer Thorn a few years previously, and that experience had taught them that, in a capitalist environment, almost every record company operates on capitalist principles: "Our previous record label One Little Indian didn't have the evil symbolic significance of EMI however they were completely motivated by profit." They added that this move brought with it the opportunity to make the band financially viable as well as to communicate their message to a wider audience

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Band politics and mainstream success

In 1997, Chumbawamba scored their biggest chart hit with "Tubthumping" (UK No. 2, US No. 6), which featured an audio sample of actor Pete Postlethwaite's performance in the film Brassed Off. This was followed up in early 1998 with "Amnesia", which reached No. 10 in the UK. During this period Chumbawamba gained some notoriety over several controversial incidents, starting in August 1997 when Nutter was quoted in the British music paper Melody Maker as saying, "Nothing can change the fact that we like it when cops get killed." The comment was met with outrage in Britain's tabloid press and was condemned by the Police Federation of England and Wales. The band resisted pressure from EMI to issue an apology and Nutter only clarified her comment by stating, "If you're working class they won't protect you. When you hear about them, it's in the context of them abusing people, y'know, miscarriages of justice. We don't have a party when cops die, you know we don't."In January 1998 Nutter appeared on the American political talk show Politically Incorrect and advised fans of their music who could not afford to buy their CDs to steal them from large chains such as HMV and Virgin, which prompted Virgin to remove the album from the shelves and start selling it from behind the counter.A few weeks later, provoked by the Labour government's refusal to support the Liverpool Dockworkers' Strike, the band performed "Tubthumping" at the 1998 BRIT Awards with the lyric changed to include "New Labour sold out the dockers, just like they'll sell out the rest of us", and vocalist Danbert Nobacon later poured a jug of water over UK Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott, who was in the audience.In the late 1990s, the band turned down $1.5 million from Nike to use the song "Tubthumping" in a World Cup advertisement. According to the band, the decision took approximately "30 seconds" to make.

In the EA Sports soccer game Worldcup 98, the song "Tubthumping" is one of the soundtrack titles.

In 2002, General Motors paid Chumbawamba a sum of either $70,000 or $100,000, to use the song "Pass It Along" from the WYSIWYG album, for a Pontiac Vibe television advertisement in 2002. Chumbawamba gave the money to the anti-corporate activist groups Indymedia and CorpWatch who used the money to launch an information and environmental campaign against GM.EMI released the band's first collection album which featured a mixed bag of songs from between 1985 and 1998 under the title Uneasy Listening.

Also in 1998 came a Japan-only mini album, Amnesia, consisting of country and western style versions of recent hits "Tubthumping" and "Amnesia" alongside earlier songs like "Mouthful of Shit".

As a millennium present, Chumbawamba sent out a limited edition single to everyone on their mailing list. The song was a shoop shoop style ballad, "Tony Blair", which read like a heartbroken letter to an ex-lover who had broken all his promises. The band would send another free single out two years later, this time a re-worked version of the Beatles' song "Her Majesty" to coincide with the Queen's Golden Jubilee, with lyrics denouncing royalty.

Chumbawamba released the album WYSIWYG in 2000 which included a cover of the early Bee Gees song "New York Mining Disaster". The single "She's Got All The Friends That Money Can Buy", was backed by "Passenger List For Doomed Flight 1721", a song that listed all of the people that the band would like to see "disappear." The list of unfortunates included Tony Blair, Ally McBeal and Bono. Chumbawamba parted from EMI in 2001. The band later said that they got what they wanted from the deal with EMI: "we released some great records, we travelled all over the world, appeared on all these TV programmes, and we made loads of money, a lot of which we gave away or ploughed into worthwhile causes".To celebrate their 20 years together, the band made a documentary film based on footage that they had recorded over the past two decades. Originally intended to be simply a compilation of their videos, the result was entitled Well Done, Now Sod off. The title was taken from an early review of a Chumbawamba record and the film included both lovers and haters of the band.

Mutt Records

In 2002, Chumbawamba formed their own record label, Mutt Records for UK releases.Under Mutt, Chumbawamba released their eleventh official album, Readymades, which mixed samples of folk music with dance beats. For the US Readymades was repackaged under the title Readymades And Then Some, the extended title referring to a second disc – a DVD which featured clips from Well Done Now Sod Off and remixes of "Tubthumping", one being a remix by the band Flaming Lips. Under the Mutt label the band also produced Sic – Adventures in Anti-Capitalism, a paperback book of political and musical writings by friends and acquaintances of the band.

The same year Chumbawamba provided an original soundtrack to Alex Cox's film adaptation of Revengers Tragedy. Chumbawamba released the full soundtrack in 2003.

The band also revisited their a capella 1988 album English Rebel Songs 1381–1914 and felt that as they were now more confident singers, they should re-record it and bring it up to date. And so English Rebel Songs was remade in 2003 with the added track "Coal Not Dole" bringing the record up to 1984.

In 2004, the band released an album called Un. While less synth driven than Readymades or the Revengers Tragedy soundtrack, the album relied heavily on samples, from tribal chants to Frank Zappa interview quotes. The album opens with one of the earliest recordings of a human voice, that of Thomas Edison reciting "Mary Had a Little Lamb". The album gave an inkling of the folk sound that Chumbawamba would move towards on their subsequent releases.

No Masters Records

In 2005 Chumbawamba took a hiatus from full-scale touring and recording projects, but a trimmed-down acoustic line-up of Boff Whalley, Lou Watts, Jude Abbot and Neil Ferguson continued to tour the UK and Europe throughout 2005 and 2006. It was this line-up that recorded the album A Singsong and a Scrap, released late in 2005 on No Masters records. They followed this up with a second live album, entitled Get On With It, recorded during 2006 at various venues throughout Britain.

In 2006 Nutter wrote the musical drama Love and Petrol which played for a week in Bradford during June. Hamer wrote the music. Both continue to work in theatre, with Nutter writing Foxes for West Yorkshire Playhouse 2006 and Where's Vietnam? for Red Ladder Theatre Company in 2008 – again Hamer wrote the music. Nutter has since moved into radio and TV, writing for Jimmy McGovern's BAFTA-winning drama, The Street and for Casualty. In 2007 Danbert released his second solo album Library Book Of The World, his first being The Un-fairy Tale in 1985. The Un fairy-tale was re-released in 1997.

In 2007, Chumbawamba played at the Glastonbury Festival. In early 2007, the band announced via their website that a new album was in the works, stating that "the new album will be acoustic and probably won't sound like A Singsong and a Scrap".

The result was The Boy Bands Have Won, released on 3 March 2008 in the UK and 14 March in mainland Europe. The record contained 25 tracks, some of them full length songs, some of them no more than a minute long and was again acoustic folk in style. The album features the Oysterband, Roy Bailey and Barry Coope amongst others.

In late 2009 Chumbawamba toured northern England in their self-penned pantomime, a comedy musical entitled Riot, Rebellion & Bloody Insurrection with the Red Ladder Theatre Company. In late February 2010 they released their 15th album, titled ABCDEFG.

In September 2011, past and present band members protested when the UK Independence Party used "Tubthumping" at their annual conference.It was announced in 2011 that Boff Whalley was working on a musical for the stage. The soundtrack to the musical, entitled Chumbawamba & Red Ladder Present: Big Society! was released on 16 January 2012. The recording features all of the current members of Chumbawamba performing on various instruments, accompanying the singing of the actors in the play. Two songs are sung by former Chumbawamba drummer Harry Hamer, marking his first vocal appearance on a Chumbawamba recording since the 1986 song Rich Pop Stars.

Charity work

Chumbawamba is a member of the Canadian charity Artists Against Racism and participated in a Radio PSA for them.

Break-up

On 8 July 2012, Chumbawamba announced that they would be disbanding at the end of the year. On their website they opened the statement with "That's it then, it’s the end. With neither a whimper, a bang or a reunion." They stated they would continue with individual efforts, and ended their official statement:

We do, of course, reserve the right to re-emerge as Chumbawamba doing something else entirely (certainly not touring and putting out albums every 2 or 3 years). But frankly, that's not very likely. Thirty years of being snotty, eclectic, funny, contrary and just plain weird. What a privilege, and what a good time we’ve had.

In December 2012, the final UK show, filmed at the Leeds City Varieties on Halloween night, was released as Chumbawamba's only live DVD, entitled Going Going.

The band's final show at Leeds City Varieties was performed by the latest line-up of: Boff Whalley, Jude Abbott, Neil Furguson, Phill Moody and Lou Watts, with the more folk style instruments, and arrangements the band had grown and become. The show included special guests who performed on songs, such as former band members: Danbert Nobacon, Alice Nutter, Harry Hamer and Dunstan Bruce, and fellow recording collaborators like Belinda O'Hooley. Mike Harding, radio folk presenter and supporter of the band, was present at the gig and came back stage to the dressing rooms to speak with the musicians. A group of people on the front row of the audience all wore Margaret Thatcher masks. When coming on to play, Jude Abbott pointed them out and Boff Whalley commented "Oh my goodness the entire front row is Margaret Thatcher. They have come to collect our poll tax." A 'washing line' of band T-shirts was hung at the back of the stage and they included prints from the early 80's to the present. It was the idea of Boff Whalley to use them on the stage as he turned up in the morning with a suitcase full of T-shirts and a bag of pegs as a way to make a backdrop on the stage.

The show was stage managed by Alyson Howe who had met Harry Hamer some years before as he was beginning a career in theatre work, and then later met and worked with the Chumbas during their collaboration with Red Ladder theatre company on the show Riot Rebellion and Bloody Insurrection and later Big Society! Her duties mostly involved getting pizza for everyone, arranging dressing rooms and making sure all the guest musicians were present in the wings before performing. The Leeds City Varieties technicians had already met and worked with most of the band the previous winter during their two-week run of Big Society! The set list changed once half an hour before the doors opened, moving Time Bomb, one of their better known songs, to a later slot and cutting one song to save time. Although it was the band's final show in Leeds, the band flew the next morning to do their second to last gig in Oslo.

A mail-order EP, In Memoriam: Margaret Thatcher, was released on 8 April 2013. The CD had been recorded in 2005 and made available for pre-order on the group's website, to be issued upon the death of Margaret Thatcher.After leaving Chumbawamba, vocalist Dunstan Bruce founded Dandy Films, an independent film and video company whose projects have included a "video blog" of the Levellers UK tour during 2010 and Sham 69's tour of China.In 2012 former Chumbawamba members Dunstan Bruce and Harry Hamer formed a new band, Interrobang?!, with guitarist Stephen Griffin of London-based Regular Fries.In August 2017, Dunstan Bruce, Boff Whalley and Jude Abbott were interviewed on BBC's The One Show from the Leeds City Varieties and near their former home celebrating 20 years since the release of Tubthumping.

Documentary

On 1 July 2015 Dunstan Bruce started a Kickstarter to fund a documentary titled I Get Knocked Down (The Untold Story of Chumbawamba) that told the band's entire history from different members' perspective. He surpassed his £40,000 goal. That same year, Chumbawamba was the featured subject on two podcasts produced by Gimlet Media: StartUp #16 "The Secret Formula" and Surprisingly Awesome #4 "Tubthumping".

Theatre

In 2009, Boff Whalley and Dominic Grace produced a theatre script: Riot Rebellion and Bloody Insurrection, a musical theatre show where the band (Boff, Phill, Neil and Jude) were present on stage and played live numbers alongside actors/singers Jo Mousley, Dean Nolan and former band member Harry Hamer. Phill Moody doubled as band member and character narrator who relayed the story centre stage in rhyming couplets accompanied by his accordion. It was directed and produced by Red Ladder Theatre Company and toured Northern UK venues winter 2009–2010. It was a historic play set in the 19th century with elements of musical theatre, agitprop and audience interaction. Set during the Luddite rebellion it included satiric and humorous parallels to the then Gordon Brown government and state of living in the UK. The show included songs from the 2003 album English Rebel Songs, and a rendition of Time Bomb where the cast and band would substitute the venue in the last lyric of the song, e.g. "Gateshead Sage is falling down".

2013 Chumbawamba and Red Ladder collaborated again on Big Society! Written by Boff Whalley. The performance played 18 January to 4 February. The band were again on stage as live musicians. The songs were composed by Boff Whalley and the band created specifically for the show, except for the traditional song 'It's the same the whole world over'. The company cast well-known comedian Phill Jupitus alongside actors Dean Nolan, Harry Hamer (former band member), Kyler Goodie, and Lisa Howard. It played for two weeks at Leeds City Varieties, the venue where Chumbawamba would later play their final Going, Going gig. Set in a struggling Victorian music hall, the show made specific parallels to David Cameron's 'big society' and Tory government in its 'front of cloth variety' scenes.

Personnel

The band's membership varied over the years, with the line-up and musical assignments in the early years being especially fluid (members were known to switch instruments between, or even during, gigs). This is a list of principal official members and collaborators, drawn mainly from the credits of their releases since 1985. Short-term members and collaborators are not included.

Former members

Boff Whalley – vocals, lead guitar, clarinet (1982–2012)

Danbert Nobacon – vocals, rhythm guitar, banjo, ukulele, keyboards (1982–2004)

Lou Watts – lead vocals, keyboards (1982–2012)

Dunstan Bruce – lead vocals, guitar, turntables, percussion, saxophone (1982–2004)

Jude Abbott – vocals, recorder, flute, trumpet, flugelhorn (1996–2012)

Alice Nutter – vocals, percussion (1982–2004)

Harry "Daz" Hamer – drums, percussion, guitar, programming, vocals (1982–2004)

Mavis "Mave" Dillon – trumpet, French horn, bass, vocals (1984–1995)

Paul Greco – bass, harmonica (1992–1999)

Neil Ferguson – vocals, guitar, bass (1999–2012)

Phil Moody – accordion, vocals (2007–2012)Frequent guestsNeil Ferguson – producer, engineer, guitar, bass, keyboards (promoted to full band member in 1999)

Simon "Commonknowledge" Lanzon – vocals, keyboards, piano, accordion

MC Fusion – vocals on Shhh and Anarchy

Cobie Laan – vocals, live recording

Stephen Blood – marracas, French horn

Jimmy Echo (actually a band member's father impersonating Elvis) – vocals on some versions of "Timebomb" and "Amnesia"

B. J. Cole – slide guitar on WYSIWYG

Folk vocal trio Coope, Boyes & Simpson on A Singsong and a Scrap, Get On With It! and The Boy Bands Have Won

The Charlie Cake Marching Band on The Boy Bands Have Won and ABCDEFG

Members of Oysterband on "Goodbye to the Crown", A Singsong and a Scrap, The Boy Bands Have Won and ABCDEFG

Roy Bailey and Robb Johnson – guest lead vocals on The Boy Bands Have Won

Jo Freya – saxes on The Boy Bands Have Won and ABCDEFG

Belinda O'Hooley – piano on ABCDEFG

Michelle Plum – vocals on "Sewing Up Crap" on Readymades and live vocals/keyboards from 2001–2004

Timeline

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Band Members :   Allan Whalley, Phil Moody, Jude Abbott, Lou Watts, Neil Ferguson, Darren Hamer, Anne Holden, Nigel Hunter, Cobie Laan, Mavis Dillon, Paul Greco, Dunstan Bruce, Simon Lanzon




- Biography -

84 albums

Anti chumbawamba Ep - Chumbawamba 1985

Chumbawamba 1985

2015 - United Kingdom
Punk, Pop Punk
Digital FLAC17 Tracks
Sheffield Tape Archive


Anti chumbawamba Ep - In Memoriam: Margaret Thatcher

In Memoriam: Margaret Thatcher

2013 - United Kingdom
Synth-pop
CD EP7 Tracks
Not On Label (chumbawamba Self-released)


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Big Society!

Big Society!

2012 - United Kingdom
CD Album13 Tracks
No Masters


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Going, Going - Live At Leeds City Varieties

Going, Going - Live At Leeds City Varieties

2012 - United Kingdom
DVD Album20 Tracks
No Masters


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Girl Song

Girl Song

2011 - United Kingdom
Digital MP34 Tracks
Not On Label (chumbawamba Self-released)


Anti chumbawamba Ep - ABCDEFG

ABCDEFG

2010 - United Kingdom
Music Hall, Folk, Vocal
CD Album17 Tracks
No Masters


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Bo(red) Humo(red)

Bo(red) Humo(red)

2009 - United Kingdom
Folk
Digital MP32 Tracks
Pm Press


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Same Old Same Old

Same Old Same Old

2008 - United Kingdom
CDr Single1 Tracks



Anti chumbawamba Ep - Un & A Singsong And A Scrap

Un & A Singsong And A Scrap

2008 - United Kingdom
Folk Rock
CD Album24 Tracks
Edel Records


Anti chumbawamba Ep - The Boy Bands Have Won

The Boy Bands Have Won

2008 - United Kingdom
Folk
CD Album25 Tracks
No Masters


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Add Me

Add Me

2007 - United Kingdom
CDr Promo1 Tracks



Anti chumbawamba Ep - Get On With It Live

Get On With It Live

2006 - United Kingdom
Punk, Folk Rock, Acoustic
CD Album Live14 Tracks
No Masters


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Fade Away (I Don

Fade Away (I Don't Want To)

2005 - United Kingdom
Folk
CD Maxi-Single4 Tracks
Edel Records


Anti chumbawamba Ep - A Singsong And A Scrap

A Singsong And A Scrap

2005 - United Kingdom
Folk Rock, Acoustic
CD Album13 Tracks
No Masters


Anti chumbawamba Ep - The Wizard Of Menlo Park

The Wizard Of Menlo Park

2004 - United Kingdom
Alternative Rock
CD Single2 Tracks
Edel


Anti chumbawamba Ep - On eBay

On eBay

2004 - United Kingdom
Punk
CD Single2 Tracks
Edel Records


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Un

Un

2004 - United Kingdom
Folk Rock, Synth-pop
CD Album12 Tracks
Mutt Records


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Salt Fare, North Sea - The Remixes

Salt Fare, North Sea - The Remixes

2003 - United Kingdom
House, Tech House
CD Single6 Tracks
Sum Records , Corporacion Discografica Iberoa...


Anti chumbawamba Ep -

'Shhhlap!'

2003 - United Kingdom
Punk, Folk Rock
CD Album Compilation22 Tracks
Mutt Records


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Tubthumping (Remix)

Tubthumping (Remix)

2003 - United Kingdom
Electro, Folk
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Mutt Records


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Revengers Tragedy

Revengers Tragedy

2003 - United Kingdom
Illbient, Ambient, Drum n Bass
CD Album11 Tracks
Mutt Records


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Her Majesty

Her Majesty

2002 - United Kingdom
Folk Rock
CD Single1 Tracks
Mutt Records


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Home With Me

Home With Me

2002 - United Kingdom
Folk Rock
CD Single2 Tracks
Mutt Records


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Salt Fare, North Sea

Salt Fare, North Sea

2002 - United Kingdom

CD Single1 Tracks
Mutt Records


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Jacob

Jacob's Ladder (Not in My Name)

2002 - United Kingdom
Folk Rock, Synth-pop
CD Single3 Tracks
Mutt Records


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Readymades

Readymades

2002 - United Kingdom
Punk, Folk Rock, Techno
CD Album13 Tracks
Mutt Records


Anti chumbawamba Ep - WYSIWYG

WYSIWYG

2000 - United Kingdom
Punk, Folk Rock, Synth-pop
CDr Promo22 Tracks
Emi, Chrysalis


Anti chumbawamba Ep - WYSIWYG - Media Markt Teaser-CD

WYSIWYG - Media Markt Teaser-CD

2000 - United Kingdom
Alternative Rock
CD Promo6 Tracks
Emi Electrola Gmbh


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Songs From WYSIWYG - Played In A Fetchingly Acoustic Neobilly Style

Songs From WYSIWYG - Played In A Fetchingly Acoustic Neobilly Style

2000 - United Kingdom
CD Promo7 Tracks
Emi Electrola Gmbh


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Well Done. Now Sod Off

Well Done. Now Sod Off

2000 - United Kingdom
Punk, Interview
DVDr NTSC15 Tracks
Not On Label (chumbawamba)


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Enough Is Enough (Kick It Over)

Enough Is Enough (Kick It Over)

2000 - United Kingdom
Folk
CD Single1 Tracks
Mutt Records


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Pass It Along

Pass It Along

2000 - United Kingdom
Indie Rock
CD Single1 Tracks
Republic Records


Anti chumbawamba Ep - She

She's Got All The Friends That Money Can Buy

2000 - United Kingdom
Alternative Rock
CD Maxi-Single4 Tracks
Emi Electrola


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Tony Blair

Tony Blair

1999 - United Kingdom
Punk, Indie Rock
CD Single1 Tracks



Anti chumbawamba Ep - The ABCs Of Anarchism

The ABCs Of Anarchism

1999 - United Kingdom
Experimental
CD EP3 Tracks
Seeland


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Mouthful Of Shit

Mouthful Of Shit

1998 - United Kingdom
CD Maxi-Single1 Tracks
Emi, Emi Electrola


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Japan Only Mini-Album - Amnesia

Japan Only Mini-Album - Amnesia

1998 - United Kingdom
CD Mini-Album10 Tracks
Emi


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Uneasy Listening & Tubthumper

Uneasy Listening & Tubthumper

1998 - United Kingdom
Punk, Folk Rock, Drum n Bass
CD Album35 Tracks
Emi Electrola


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Uneasy Listening

Uneasy Listening

1998 - United Kingdom
Punk, Folk Rock, Synth-pop
CD Album Compilation20 Tracks
Emi


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Top Of The World (Olé, Olé, Olé)

Top Of The World (Olé, Olé, Olé)

1998 - United Kingdom
Indie Rock
CD Maxi-Single5 Tracks
Emi Electrola


Anti chumbawamba Ep - No-One But You / Tubthumping

No-One But You / Tubthumping

1997 - United Kingdom
Classic Rock, Breakbeat, Downtempo
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Emi


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Drip Drip Drip

Drip Drip Drip

1997 - United Kingdom

CD Single2 Tracks
Universal Records


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Knock Hard... Life Is Deaf

Knock Hard... Life Is Deaf

1997 - United Kingdom
Punk, Interview, Country
CD Limited Edition16 Tracks
Emi Electrola, Emi


Anti chumbawamba Ep - For A Free Humanity: For Anarchy

For A Free Humanity: For Anarchy

1997 - United Kingdom
Alternative Rock, Speech, Folk Rock
CD Album33 Tracks
Ak Press Audio, Allied Recordings


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Tubthumper

Tubthumper

1997 - United Kingdom
Punk, Folk Rock, Drum n Bass
CD Album12 Tracks
Emi Electrola


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Amnesia

Amnesia

1997 - United Kingdom
Brit Pop, Synth-pop
CD Single5 Tracks
Emi Electrola


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Tubthumping

Tubthumping

1997 - United Kingdom
Breakbeat, Downtempo, Hard Trance
CD Single6 Tracks
Emi United Kingdom


Anti chumbawamba Ep - i - Portraits Of Anarchists

i - Portraits Of Anarchists

1996 - United Kingdom
Alternative Rock, Political
CD, All Media EP6 Tracks
One Little Indian


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Ugh! Your Ugly Houses!

Ugh! Your Ugly Houses!

1995 - United Kingdom
Punk, Folk Rock
CD Single4 Tracks
One Little Indian


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Just Look At Me Now

Just Look At Me Now

1995 - United Kingdom

CD Single4 Tracks
One Little Indian


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Swingin

Swingin' With Raymond

1995 - United Kingdom
Punk, Folk Rock
CD Album15 Tracks
One Little Indian


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Give The Anarchist A Cigarette

Give The Anarchist A Cigarette

1994 - United Kingdom
Punk, Synth-pop
Vinyl 12"2 Tracks
One Little Indian


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Criminal Injustice

Criminal Injustice

1994 - United Kingdom
Deep House
Vinyl 12"4 Tracks
One Little Indian


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Showbusiness!

Showbusiness!

1994 - United Kingdom
Punk, Folk Rock, Synth-pop
CD Album14 Tracks
One Little Indian


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Homophobia

Homophobia

1994 - United Kingdom
Folk Rock, Synth-pop
Vinyl 12"4 Tracks
One Little Indian


Anti chumbawamba Ep - First 2

First 2

1994 - United Kingdom
Punk
CD Album Compilation20 Tracks
Agit Prop


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Anarchy

Anarchy

1994 - United Kingdom
Punk, Folk Rock, Synth-pop
Vinyl LP15 Tracks
One Little Indian


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Live In Armley

Live In Armley

1993 - United Kingdom
Punk
Cassette Album13 Tracks
Not On Label (chumbawamba Self-released)


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Promo

Promo

1993 - United Kingdom
Indie Rock
CD Album4 Tracks
One Little Indian


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Timebomb

Timebomb

1993 - United Kingdom
Punk, Folk Rock, Techno
CD Single3 Tracks
One Little Indian


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Enough Is Enough

Enough Is Enough

1993 - United Kingdom
Indie Rock
CD Single3 Tracks
One Little Indian


Anti chumbawamba Ep - I Never Gave Up

I Never Gave Up

1992 - United Kingdom
Punk, Acoustic
Vinyl 12"3 Tracks
Agit Prop


Anti chumbawamba Ep - (Someone

(Someone's Always Telling You How To) Behave

1992 - United Kingdom
Punk, Leftfield, Ballad
Vinyl 12"5 Tracks
Agit Prop


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Shhh

Shhh

1992 - United Kingdom
Leftfield
Vinyl LP11 Tracks
Agit Prop


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Slap!

Slap!

1990 - United Kingdom
Punk, Folk Rock
Vinyl LP9 Tracks
Agit Prop


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Be A Rebel, Raise Some Heck

Be A Rebel, Raise Some Heck

1989 - United Kingdom
Punk
Cassette Album18 Tracks
Komista


Anti chumbawamba Ep - The Police Are Wonderful

The Police Are Wonderful

1988 - United Kingdom
Punk
Cassette Limited Edition17 Tracks
R.e.d. Tapes


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Smash Clause 28! / Fight The Alton Bill!

Smash Clause 28! / Fight The Alton Bill!

1988 - United Kingdom
Punk
Vinyl 7"2 Tracks
Agit Prop


Anti chumbawamba Ep - English Rebel Songs 1381-1914

English Rebel Songs 1381-1914

1988 - United Kingdom
Punk, Folk
Vinyl 10"12 Tracks
Agit Prop


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Feed The World, Starve The Rich

Feed The World, Starve The Rich

1986 - United Kingdom
Punk
Cassette Album25 Tracks



Anti chumbawamba Ep - Benefit For Leeds Hunt Saboteurs

Benefit For Leeds Hunt Saboteurs

1986 - United Kingdom
Punk, Hardcore, Post-Punk
Cassette Album14 Tracks
Not On Label (chumbawamba Self-released)


Anti chumbawamba Ep - We Are The World?

We Are The World?

1986 - United Kingdom
Punk, Ballad
Vinyl 7"5 Tracks
Agit-matter Records


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Pictures Of Starving Children Sell Records: Starvation, Charity And Rock & Roll - Lies & Traditions

Pictures Of Starving Children Sell Records: Starvation, Charity And Rock & Roll - Lies & Traditions

1986 - United Kingdom
Punk
Vinyl LP11 Tracks
Agit Prop


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Never Mind The Ballots

Never Mind The Ballots

1986 - United Kingdom
Punk
Vinyl LP8 Tracks
Agit Prop


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Conway Hall 20 Aug 84

Conway Hall 20 Aug 84

1985 - United Kingdom
Punk
Cassette Album39 Tracks
Acid Rain Products


Anti chumbawamba Ep - The Music

The Music's Not A Threat

1985 - United Kingdom
Cassette Album Compilation19 Tracks
Sky & Trees


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Revolution

Revolution

1985 - United Kingdom
Punk, Experimental
Vinyl 7"4 Tracks
Agit Prop


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Common Ground

Common Ground

1984 - United Kingdom
Punk, New Wave, Indie Pop
Cassette Single2 Tracks
Sky & Trees


Anti chumbawamba Ep - It Could Be So Much More...

It Could Be So Much More...

1984 - United Kingdom
Punk
Cassette Album2 Tracks
Acid Rain Products


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Another Year Of The Same Old Shit

Another Year Of The Same Old Shit

1984 - United Kingdom
Cassette Album12 Tracks
Sky & Trees


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Be Happy ! Despite It All... (Demos)

Be Happy ! Despite It All... (Demos)

1983 - United Kingdom
Punk, Ballad
Cassette Album19 Tracks
Sky & Trees


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Numb / Tubthumping

Numb / Tubthumping

- United Kingdom
VHS Advance2 Tracks
Universal Records, Republic Records


Anti chumbawamba Ep - Benefit Per La Liberazione Animale

Benefit Per La Liberazione Animale

- United Kingdom
Punk, Folk Rock, Synth-pop
Cassette Album13 Tracks



Anti chumbawamba Ep - Tracks Taken From The New Album "Swingin

Tracks Taken From The New Album "Swingin' With Raymond"

- United Kingdom
Vinyl 12"4 Tracks
One Little Indian




- Videos Chumbawamba -

63 Videos

Pictures of starving children sell records
Chumbawamba
Pictures of starving children sell records lp
Chumbawamba
Enough Is Enough
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba- Bad Dog (Anarchy version)
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba Timebomb
Chumbawamba
Anarchy (Full Album, censored cover)
Chumbawamba
Anarchy 05. Heaven-Hell (album version)
Chumbawamba
Homophobia - Chumbawamba (Music Video)
Chumbawamba
Mouthful Of Shit
Chumbawamba
Tubthumping
Chumbawamba
Amnesia
Chumbawamba
Tubthumping (Official Video)
Chumbawamba
Tubthumping
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba-Tubthumping
Chumbawamba
Tubthumping
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba- Tubthumping
Chumbawamba
One by One
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba , The Cutty Wren =; -)
Chumbawamba
Never Mind the Ballots... Here's the Rest of Your Life (Full Album)
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba - The Triumph Of General Ludd
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba- Tubthumping
Chumbawamba
Tubthumping
Chumbawamba
Revolution 7
Chumbawamba
That's How Grateful We Are
Chumbawamba
CHUMBAWAMBA: Slap!
Chumbawamba
Rappoport's Testament: I Never Gave Up
Chumbawamba
Chase PC's Flee Attack By Own Dog
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba SLAP! [full album]
Chumbawamba
Invasion & Isolation
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba (1988) Smash Clause 28! Fight The Alton Bill!
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba meets D.I.Y. - Criminal Injustice (Just Us Mix)
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba meets diy-Criminal injustice
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba -- Criminal Injustice In 2 Deep Jam
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba meets D.I.Y. - Criminal Injustice (Injustice Mix)
Chumbawamba
Homophobia video.mpg
Chumbawamba
CHUMBAWAMBA : No : 1983 Demo Be Happy Despite It All : AUDIO Punk Demos
Chumbawamba
CHUMBAWAMBA : Manual : 1983 Demo Be Happy Despite It All : AUDIO Punk Demos
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba Be happy despite it all demo 1983
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba & Credit to the Nation - Enough is Enough (Full EP)
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba & Credit To The Nation - Enough Is Enough
Chumbawamba
CHUMBAWAMBA : Butterflies : 1984 Demo Another Year.. : AUDIO Punk Demos
Chumbawamba
CHUMBAWAMBA : Marching Around In Circles : 1984 Demo Another Year.. : AUDIO Punk Demos
Chumbawamba
Another Year of the Same Old Shit (1984)
Chumbawamba
Timebomb (MAXI)
Chumbawamba
Timebomb
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba-world turned upside down
Chumbawamba
Give the anarchist a cigarette
Chumbawamba
Give The Anarchist A Cigarette - Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba
Give the Anarchist a Cigarette
Chumbawamba
Be A Rebel, Raise Some Heck (1983)
Chumbawamba
Amnesia (Japan Only Mini Album)
Chumbawamba
Amnesia (Jimmy Echo Version) - Amnesia (Japan Only Mini Album)
Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba - Amnesia - (Done Lying Down Version)
Chumbawamba
Tubthumping (Country & Western Version)
Chumbawamba
Top Of The World ( Ole Ole Ole ) | Full HD | 1080p
Chumbawamba
Amnesia (Zion Train Mix)
Chumbawamba
Ugh! Your ugly houses
Chumbawamba
On eBay
Chumbawamba
On Ebay
Chumbawamba
On eBay
Chumbawamba
CHUMBAWAMBA on eBay Official Video HD
Chumbawamba
Enough Is Enough (Kick It Over)
Chumbawamba
Home with me Chumbawamba
Chumbawamba








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