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Lost Cherrees - All Part Of Growing Up

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    Aug 7, 2009

    Lost Cherrees - All Part Of Growing Up
    • 01 Blind Or Dead.mp3
    • 02 Nervous Breakdown.mp3
    • 03 Escalation.mp3
    • 04 F Plan G Plan.mp3
    • 05 Youre You Im Me.mp3
    • 06 Nothing New.mp3
    • 07 Poem.mp3
    • 08 Why Does It Have To Be A Dream.mp3
    • 09 Young And Free.mp3
    • 10 Yet Still Comes The Rain.mp3
    • 11 The Wait.mp3
    • 12 No Way.mp3
    • 13 You Didnt Care.mp3
    • 14 But The Rape Gos On.mp3
    • 15 Dream Of Peace.mp3
    • 16 Pleasant Valley Sunday.mp3


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    All Part Of Growing Up
    Release Date : 1984

    Recorded at Ariwa and Alaska Studios. A2 & A5 recorded and mixed at Crow Studios. A7 & B3 recorded at Alaska Studios and mixed at Greenhouse Studios.

    Lost Cherrees Biography

    Anarcho-Punk band from Sutton, South London, United Kingdom. Formed in 1979.

    Band members: Matthew Thair, Marie Repulsive, Steve Battershill, Liss Fitzgerald, Trystan O'Connell
    Band ex-members: , Sian Jeffries, Andy Rolfe, Bev Cook-Abbott, Gail Thibert, Debbie McKenna (2), Sonja Quita Doubleday, Warren Samuels, Rob (161)

    Lost Cherrees is an English anarchist punk band, formed in 1982 by Dave Greaves, Steve Battershill and vocalist Sian Jeffries.

    Their first major performance was in 1983 with Riot/Clone. They also released their first EP, No Fighting, No War, No Trouble, No More on Riot/Clone Records. Their second EP, A Man's Duty, A Woman's Place was released in 1984 on Mortarhate Records, as were the rest of their further releases. They played with several well-known anarcho-punk bands, including Flux of Pink Indians, Rudimentary Peni, DIRT, Chumbawamba, Icons of Filth, SubHumAns, and Conflict.

    They broke up in 1986, but reformed in 2003 with Andy, Beverley, Nuts and Steve. They have been touring, and are working on new material.
    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.

    Label - Fight Back Records

    Fight Back was a sub-label of Mortarhate Records, active from 1984-1987.
    There were only nine releases on Fight Back, catalogued FIGHT 1 - FIGHT 9.

    Mortarhate Records and their distributor, Jungle Records, both list the Fight Back releases with Mortarhate (MORT) catalogue numbers in their discographies, but the MORT catalogue numbers are for internal use only.
    No Fight Back Records release was released with a MORT catalogue number.

    Quote from Jungle Records:
    "Mortarhate catalogue numbers are sometimes given for internal purposes to other projects such as the Fight Back label, publications, and overseas releases."