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Eater


Groupe de musique Punk du Royaume-Uni formé en 1976


Eater were an early British punk rock band from North London who took their name from a Marc Bolan lyric.

In October 2001, the band’s second single, "Thinking of the USA" (originally released in June 1977), was included in Mojo magazine's list of the best punk rock singles of all time. In 1999, the track also appeared on the five-CD Universal Records box set 1-2-3-4 Punk & New Wave 1976-1979.Their sound has been characterized as "run-of-the-mill dole queue punk rock" and "basic boy-ish punk rock".

History

The band was formed in 1976 by four high school friends from Finchley, North London: Anglo-Egyptian singer and guitarist Andy Blade (real name: Ashruf Radwan), guitarist Brian Chevette (real name: Brian Haddock) and Blade's brother, drummer Social Demise (real name: Lutfi Radwan).The band's name came from a line in the 1970 T. Rex song "Suneye"; Eater later recorded a cover version of T-Rex's "Jeepster."

Eater were known for being one of the youngest bands, if not the youngest band, in the punk scene. They were 14–17 years old when they formed the group. "They were basically young kids, striving to master their instruments and out to shock", according to Up Yours! A Guide to UK Punk, New Wave & Early Post Punk.Despite originating in London, the band made its first public performance on 20 September 1976 at Manchester's Holdsworth Hall, featuring Buzzcocks as their support act. The band did not yet have a permanent bassist and rented a local musician for the show. Lutfi Radwan was soon replaced by drummer Dee Generate (real name: Roger Bullen), and by November 1976, they had recruited bassist Ian Woodcock in time to play their first London gig.Eater became one of the pioneering punk bands that played live in the first few months of the now-legendary Roxy Club. They topped the bill twice in January 1977; the second time they were supported by the Damned. They headlined again in February, this time supported by Johnny Moped, and twice more in March, supported first by the Lurkers and then by Sham 69. They also supplied two of their tracks, "15" (a version of "I'm Eighteen" by Alice Cooper) and "Don't Need It", to the seminal live compilation album The Roxy London WC2, released on 24 June 1977 by Harvest Records. Extracts from their performances at The Roxy were also included in Don Letts' Punk Rock Movie (1978).

The band signed to a small London independent label called The Label, which released three initial singles produced by Dave Goodman: "Outside View" (1 March 1977), "Thinkin' of the USA" (June 1977) and "Lock It Up" (October 1977). The latter featured new drummer Phil Rowland, who had replaced Generate in May 1977.Their sole full-length studio album, simply titled The Album, was released on 11 November 1977. Again produced by Goodman, it included sped-up versions of songs by David Bowie ("Queen Bitch") and the Velvet Underground ("Sweet Jane" and "Waiting for the Man"). "All songs on their sole full-length release sound about the same, played with one stiff light-speed beat and a snotty vehemence to each track, adding up to a ridiculous classic", said AllMusic critic Fred Beldin in a retrospective review, adding, "As fast and clumsy as the material is, there's an undeniable tunefulness at work, particularly in irresistible singalongs like 'No Brains' and 'Room for One', and the sprightly single 'Lock It Up' even attempts some naïve vocal harmonies as they sneer at the upper classes".The Label issued the four-song live EP Get Your Yo-Yo's Out, recorded at Dingwalls, on 2 June 1978. Gary Steadman replaced Chevette for their final single, "What She Wants She Needs", produced by Martin Hayles and Gwyn Mathias and released in December 1978. The band split up in January 1979.

Later projects

Woodcock joined the Vibrators in July 1979, appearing on their 1980 single "Gimme Some Lovin'".Rowland joined Slaughter & the Dogs, appearing on their 1979 single "You're Ready Now", and later played with the London Cowboys.Steadman joined Classix Nouveaux in 1979, playing on their 1981 debut Night People.

Blade made several attempts to create a solo career during the 1980s, but failed to secure a deal. In 2005, he published a book about his times with Eater and beyond, called The Secret Life of a Teenage Punk Rocker: The Andy Blade Chronicles (Cherry Red Books).

Reunions

Eater reformed to play the first Holidays in the Sun festival, held in 1996 in Blackpool., and recorded two new songs in 1997 ("Going Down" and "Vegetable Girl") for a projected single that was never released. Both tracks later appeared on The Eater Chronicles 1976-2003 compilation, released in 2003 by Anagram Records.They played another reunion show on 14 May 1999 at the Brighton Centre, supporting Fugazi.Eater reformed again in 2006, playing a one-off gig at the 100 Club on 28 September, supported by T. V. Smith of the Adverts, and supporting Buzzcocks on 2 December (the 30th anniversary of their original tour) at The Forum.

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Membres du groupe :   Ian Woodcock, Andy Blade, Phil Rowland, Gary Steadman, Brian Chevette, Dee Generate




- Discographie -

14 albums

Eater - Thinkin

Thinkin' Of The U.S.A. / Michael's Monetary System

2017 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Violated Records


Eater - Outside View (Live)

Outside View (Live)

2004 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
DVD Album14 Pistes
Cherry Red Films


Eater - Live At Barbarellas 1977

Live At Barbarellas 1977

2004 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Album CD16 Pistes
Anagram Records


Eater - The Eater Chronicles 1976-2003

The Eater Chronicles 1976-2003

2003 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Album CD Compilation47 Pistes
Anagram Records


Eater - All Of Eater

All Of Eater

1995 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Album CD Compilation28 Pistes
Creativeman Disc


Eater - The Compleat Eater

The Compleat Eater

1993 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Album CD Compilation28 Pistes
Anagram Records


Eater - パンクでぶっ飛ばせ - The Rest Of Eater

パンクでぶっ飛ばせ - The Rest Of Eater

1989 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Album CD Compilation12 Pistes
Edison


Eater - The History Of Eater Volume One

The History Of Eater Volume One

1985 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Vinyle 12"14 Pistes
Delorean Record Company


Eater - What She Wants She Needs

What She Wants She Needs

1978 - Royaume-Uni
Punk, Glam
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
The Label


Eater - Get Your Yo Yo

Get Your Yo Yo's Out (Eater Live E.P.)

1978 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Vinyle 7"4 Pistes
The Label


Eater -

'Outside View' b/w 'You'

1977 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
The Label


Eater - Thinkin

Thinkin' Of The U.S.A.

1977 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Vinyle 7"3 Pistes
The Label


Eater - The Album

The Album

1977 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Vinyle 12"16 Pistes
The Label


Eater - Lock It Up

Lock It Up

1977 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
The Label




- Vidéos Eater -

14 Vidéos





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