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Lost Cherrees


Groupe de musique Punk du Royaume-Uni

Lost Cherrees is an anarcho-punk band from London, UK, originally active from 1979 to 1986 and reformed in 2003.

History

Lost Cherrees were formed in Sutton in 1979 by drummer Steve Battershill, guitarist Dave Greaves, and singer Siân Jeffreys. They recorded six tracks and released them on cassette as The Worst Demo Ever Recorded, which was split with the band Warning. In 1981, Greaves left the band and was replaced by Andy Rolfe, while Battershill switched to bass and new drummer Warren "Nuts" Samuels joined. This lineup recorded another demo in 1982, which was released on the Bluurg label.The band's first proper gig was at the Swan pub in Kingston in July 1983 with the band Riot/Clone. The two bands starting working together regularly, leading to the first official Lost Cherrees single release, "No Fighting, No War, No Trouble, No More" on Riot/Clone's label in late 1983. John Peel became an unexpected supporter of the song, and it reached number 27 on the UK Independent Singles chart. Their next single, "A Man's Duty, A Woman's Place," from a five-track EP of the same title, was released in 1984 and reached number 8 on the UK Independent Singles chart.The band made the news after a gig at the Surbiton Assembly Rooms, which ended in a pitched battle on the streets of Surbiton with the Special Patrol Group; the incident was reported as a riot in next day's national press. During this period, the band added keyboardist Gail Thibert and singer Beverly Cook-Abbott. Founding singer Siân Jeffreys announced her departure and the band recruited Debbie McKenna as her replacement. Jeffreys then decided to stay on and the band continued with an unconventional seven-member lineup with three female lead singers.Lost Cherrees contributed two songs to the compilation Who? What? Why? When? Where? in 1984. They also contributed a partially spoken-word track to the compilation We Don't Want Your Fucking War in 1984. Their first full album, All Part of Growing Up, engineered by Mad Professor and Patrick Donegan, was released on Fight Back Records in 1985. The album reached number 9 on the UK Independent Albums chart. Jeffreys left the band shortly before the album's release and joined Blyth Power. Lost Cherrees attracted attention for pushing the boundaries of punk rock, with female singers, keyboards, and reggae elements. Their 1985 EP Unwanted Children featured a horn section.At a gig in Birmingham in 1986, singer Bev Cook-Abbott got into an argument with audience members over sexist comments and announced that this would be the last performance by Lost Cherrees, and the band agreed to break up due to disillusionment with their disappointing record sales. The band members participated in various other projects over the next 17 years. In 2003, Battershill learned that Lost Cherrees tracks were being traded on Napster and reformed the band with Cook-Abbott, Nuts, and Rolfe. They were unable to locate Jeffreys, Thibert, and McKenna, leaving Cook-Abbott as the only lead singer, though Rolfe soon took on additional vocal duties. This lineup began performing regularly in 2003 and were able to reestablish contact with the three missing members, who made occasional special appearances with the band onstage. In September 2003 Lost Cherrees played at the Gathering of the Thousands punk festival with many other bands from their original 1980s punk scene.Also in 2003, the band released the compilation In the Beginning as part of a project in which their early works were re-released. They released the five-track EP Another Bite of the Cherrees in early 2004. While touring in 2004, Bev Cook-Abbott had to take time off due to vocal cord nodules and was temporarily replaced by Joey Hill. The studio album Free to Speak, But Not to Question was released in early 2006 and was praised by AllMusic as "one of those so-rare examples of a band picking up precisely where they left off, and then astonishing every ear by proving that they lost absolutely nothing during their absence."

References

External links

Allmusic.com's entry on Lost Cherrees
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Membres du groupe :   Trystan O'Connell, Liss Fitzgerald, Steve Battershill, Marie Repulsive, Matthew Thair, Rob, Warren Samuels, Sonja Quita Doubleday, Debbie McKenna, Gail Thibert, Bev Cook-Abbott, Andy Rolfe, Sian Jeffries




- Discographie -

20 albums

Lost Cherrees - Blank Pages

Blank Pages

2019 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Vinyle 12"12 Pistes
Grow Your Own Records


Lost Cherrees - Who

Who's Fucking Who? Who's Funding Who?

2016 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Vinyle 12"31 Pistes
Diablo Records


Lost Cherrees - Common People

Common People

2016 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Vinyle 12"5 Pistes
Diablo Records


Lost Cherrees - Split EP

Split EP

2014 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
CD EP5 Pistes



Lost Cherrees - Make Us Different (Don

Make Us Different (Don't Just Cry)

2013 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Vinyle 12"2 Pistes
Antisociety


Lost Cherrees - Singles 1982 - 1985

Singles 1982 - 1985

2012 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Vinyle 12"14 Pistes
Antisociety


Lost Cherrees - Hung Drawn & Quartered

Hung Drawn & Quartered

2012 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Vinyle 7"4 Pistes
Antisociety


Lost Cherrees - In The Very Beginning

In The Very Beginning

2006 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Album CD Compilation70 Pistes
Mortarhate Records


Lost Cherrees - Free To Speak........ But Not To Question

Free To Speak........ But Not To Question

2006 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Album CD17 Pistes
Mortarhate Records


Lost Cherrees - Good Time

Good Time

2005 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
CD EP3 Pistes
Not On Label (lost Cherrees Self-released)


Lost Cherrees - Fathers 4 Justice E.P.

Fathers 4 Justice E.P.

2004 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
CD EP5 Pistes



Lost Cherrees - In The Beginning

In The Beginning

2003 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Album CD Compilation29 Pistes
Mortarhate Records


Lost Cherrees - Another Bite Of The Cherrees EP

Another Bite Of The Cherrees EP

2003 - Royaume-Uni
Punk, Rock Alternatif
Vinyle 7"5 Pistes
Alternative Records


Lost Cherrees - Unwanted Children

Unwanted Children

1985 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Vinyle 12"4 Pistes
Mortarhate Records


Lost Cherrees - A Man

A Man's Duty, A Woman's Place

1984 - Royaume-Uni
Punk, Rock Alternatif
Vinyle 7"4 Pistes
Mortarhate Records


Lost Cherrees - All Part Of Growing Up

All Part Of Growing Up

1984 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Vinyle 12"16 Pistes
Fight Back Records


Lost Cherrees - No Fighting No War No Trouble No More

No Fighting No War No Trouble No More

1983 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Vinyle 7"7 Pistes
Riot/clone


Lost Cherrees - Nothing New

Nothing New

1983 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Cassette Album20 Pistes
Bluurg Tapes


Lost Cherrees - Live Tape

Live Tape

1982 - Royaume-Uni
Punk
Cassette Album26 Pistes
Riot/clone


Lost Cherrees - Live. Vol 1. 2003

Live. Vol 1. 2003

- Royaume-Uni
Punk
Album CD24 Pistes





- Vidéos Lost Cherrees -

23 Vidéos

A Mans Duty...A Womans Place EP
Lost Cherrees
Lost Cherrees : Blasphemy : AUDIO Punk Vinyl.
Lost Cherrees
Living in a coffin (UK punk)
Lost Cherrees
All Part of Growing Up by Lost Cherrees
Lost Cherrees
Identification
Lost Cherrees
Lost Cherrees :Real Crimes :AUDIO Punk Vinyl.
Lost Cherrees
Unwanted Children (1985)
Lost Cherrees
Lost Cherrees : No Trouble : AUDIO Punk Vinyl.
Lost Cherrees
One Plane, One Bomb (live)
Lost Cherrees
Sexism's Sick (live)
Lost Cherrees
Blasphemy (live)
Lost Cherrees
Lost Cherrees : Hung Drawn & Quartered : AUDIO Punk Vinyl.
Lost Cherrees
Lost Cherrees : Hung Drawn & Quartered : AUDIO Punk Vinyl.
Lost Cherrees
Real Crimes
Lost Cherrees
Sexism's Sick (live)
Lost Cherrees
Race Of The Test Tubes (live)
Lost Cherrees
Do What You Wanna Do
Lost Cherrees
You Don't Care
Lost Cherrees
Blasphemy (live)
Lost Cherrees
No Trouble
Lost Cherrees
One Plane, One Bomb (live)
Lost Cherrees
Tsunami Of Shit
Lost Cherrees
Common People
Lost Cherrees





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