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The Saints


Groupe de musique Punk de Australie formé en 1973


The Saints are an Australian punk rock band originating in Brisbane in 1973. The band was founded by Chris Bailey (singer-songwriter, later guitarist), Ivor Hay (drummer), and Ed Kuepper (guitarist-songwriter). Contemporaneously with American punk rock band the Ramones, the Saints were employing the fast tempos, raucous vocals and "buzz saw" guitar that characterised early punk rock. With their debut single, "(I'm) Stranded", in September 1976, they became the first "punk" band outside the US to release a record, ahead of better-known acts including the Sex Pistols and the Clash. They are one of the first and most influential groups of the genre.

Alongside mainstay Bailey, the group has also had numerous line-ups - in early 1979, Ivor Hay and Ed Kuepper left, while Bailey continued the band, with a changing line-up. All Fools Day peaked in the Top 30 on the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart in April 1986. Bailey also has a solo career and had relocated to Sweden by 1994. The band was inducted into the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Hall of Fame in 2001.

The Saints continue to record and perform. In 2014 Bruce Springsteen covered their song "Just Like Fire Would" on his High Hopes album.

History

1973–1976: Formative years

The Saints' original members were Brisbane schoolmates Chris Bailey (singer-songwriter, later guitarist), Ed Kuepper (guitarist-songwriter), and Ivor Hay (drummer). They had formed Kid Galahad and the Eternals in 1973 with Irish-raised Bailey on vocals, Brisbane-born Hay on piano and German-born Kuepper on guitar. Their musical inspirations came from 1950s rock 'n' roll musicians such as Little Richard and Elvis Presley (their name referenced his 1962 film, Kid Galahad) and 1960s proto-punk bands like the Missing Links, the Stooges and MC5. They rehearsed in a shed at the back of Hay's place, which was opposite the local police headquarters.The band renamed themselves the Saints in 1974, inspired by Leslie Chateris' character The Saint. They played covers of Del Shannon, Connie Francis and Ike and Tina Turner – "exploding them almost beyond recognition with energy". Jeffrey Wegener joined on drums and Hay switched to bass guitar. Wegener had left by 1975, Hay moved to drums and Kym Bradshaw joined on bass guitar. Contemporaneous with Ramones, the group were employing the fast tempos, raucous vocals and "buzz saw" guitar that characterised early punk rock. Kuepper explained that they played faster and faster as they were nervous in front of audiences. The police would often break up their gigs, and arrests were frequent. Unable to obtain bookings, Bailey and Hay converted the Petrie Terrace house they shared into the 76 Club so they had a venue to play in. According to Australian rock historian, Ian McFarlane, they had developed their "own distinctive sound as defined by Kuepper's frenetic, whirlwind guitar style and Bailey's arrogant snarl".

1976–1977: (I'm) Stranded

In June 1976, the Saints recorded two tracks, "(I'm) Stranded" and "No Time" with Mark Moffatt producing. Unable to find any interested label, they formed Fatal Records and independently released their debut single in September. Their self-owned Eternal Promotions sent discs to radio stations and magazines both in Australia – with little local interest – and United Kingdom. In the UK, a small label, Power Exchange, issued the single. Sounds magazine's reviewer, Jonh Ingham, declared it, "Single of this and every week". EMI head office in London contacted the Sydney branch and directed that they be signed to a three-album contract. Over two days in December, the group recorded their first LP, (I'm) Stranded (February 1977), with Rod Coe producing. It included a cover version of the Missing Links' track "Wild About You". They supported AC/DC in late December 1976 and, early in 1977, relocated to Sydney. EMI re-issued the single, "(I'm) Stranded" in February and it reached the Kent Music Report Top 100 Singles Chart.The Saints resisted being re-modelled into the English punk look and were generally ignored by the Australian press. Mainstream public was warned that punk rock is "a sinister new teenage pop cult, based on sex, sadism and violence, [which] is sweeping Britain." In May 1977, the band released their second single, "Erotic Neurotic" and then moved to the UK, where they differed with their label over how they should be marketed. EMI planned to promote them as a typical punk band, complete with ripped clothes and spiky hair – the Saints insisted on maintaining a more downbeat image. In June, bass guitarist Alasdair "Algy" Ward replaced Bradshaw. Their next single "This Perfect Day" (July) peaked at No. 34 in the UK but further improvement was frustrated by EMI's failure to press enough copies to satisfy demand.

"They were kind of god-like to me and my colleagues. They were just always so much better than everybody else. It was extraordinary to go and see a band that was so anarchic and violent." -Nick Cave

1978–1979: Eternally Yours and Prehistoric Sounds

The Saints released their second album, Eternally Yours, in May 1978 on EMI/Harvest with Bailey and Kuepper producing. The album showed the band moving towards a more R&B style of rock, including a brass section on songs like "Know Your Product" which had been released as a single in February. Another track, "Private Affair", focussed on what the band members saw as the pigeon-holing, hype and commercialisation of punk. The album reached the Top 100 on the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart.The jazz-blues influenced third album, Prehistoric Sounds, followed in October 1978 (January 1979 in Australia). Its commercial failure led EMI to drop the band. During 1978, relations between Kuepper and Bailey had deteriorated, with Bailey preferring rock and pop songs and Kuepper pursuing less commercial and more intellectual material. Finally Hay, Kuepper and Ward left the group in early 1979. Kuepper returned to Australia and followed a more avant-garde direction with Laughing Clowns, which would frequently feature brass, and later, the punkish the Aints. He is one of Australia's most influential and highly regarded musicians with over twenty solo albums to his credit. Hay briefly returned to Australia to join Sydney-based the Hitmen and then rejoined Bailey in London for a later version of the Saints. Ward became a member of English gothic punk band, the Damned. Bailey continued the group with Mark Birmingham on drums, Bruce Callaway on guitar, Barry Francis on guitar and Janine Hall on bass guitar.

1980s: Paralytic Tonight, Dublin Tomorrow to Prodigal Son

The Saints' first release after Kuepper's departure was the live EP, Paralytic Tonight, Dublin Tomorrow, in March 1980 on Lost Records with Bailey producing. It was followed by a studio album, The Monkey Puzzle, co-produced by Bailey and Gerry Nixon for Mushroom Records in February 1981. It reached the Top 100 on the Australian Albums Chart. They had shifted to a more melodic pop-rock sound and included Hay on keyboards in the line-up. Hay left again before the next album was released in Australia in 1982 as I Thought This Was Love, But This Ain't Casablanca on Mushroom Records and elsewhere as Out in the Jungle... Where Things Ain't So Pleasant on New Rose Records. Production was credited to Ricardo Mentalban, and with Bailey, in the Saints, were Hall on bass guitar and Iain Shedden (ex-Jolt) on drums. Additional musicians included Roger Crankwell on saxophone and clarinet, Denis Haines on piano, Paul Neiman on trombone, Steve Sidwell on trumpet and Jess Sutcliffe on piano. The Damned's Brian James guested on lead guitar.In late 1982, the group toured Australia with Bailey, Hall and Shedden joined by Chris Burnham on guitar (ex-Supernaut) and Laurie Cuffe on guitar. In 1983, Bailey released his first solo album, Casablanca, on New Rose. In 1984, Bailey was based in Sydney, and the Saints' album, A Little Madness to Be Free, was released in July on RCA with production credited to Lurax Debris (Bailey's pseudonym). It contains the popular track "Ghost Ships", which was issued as a single in May. A Little Madness to Be Free was "more rock-oriented, with extensive use of acoustic guitar, brass and strings set among tightly focused arrangements". In mid-1984, the band toured as Bailey, Burnham, Shedden and Tracy Pew on bass guitar, (ex-Birthday Party), who was briefly replaced by Kuepper in July. By 1985, the Saints were Bailey, Richard Burgman on guitar (ex-Sunnyboys) and Arturo 'Archie' Larizza on bass guitar (the Innocents), while Louise Elliot on saxophone and Jeffrey Wegener on drums (both ex-Laughing Clowns) completed the line-up. A live album, Live in a Mud Hut ... Somewhere in Europe, recorded in 1984 with production credited to Mugumbo, was released by New Rose in 1985.Hay returned and, with Bailey, Burgman and Larizza, the group recorded All Fools Day in Wales with Hugh Jones producing. It was issued by Mushroom Records in Australia and Polydor in United States, in April 1986. The album reached the Top 30 in Australia and included a Top 30 single, "Just Like Fire Would" (March). The group joined the Australian Made Tour in December 1986 – January 1987 with other local acts Mental as Anything, I'm Talking, the Triffids, Divinyls, Models, Jimmy Barnes and INXS.Prodigal Son followed in April 1988, which reached the Top 50. The line-up was Bailey, Francis, Larizza, Shedden and Joe Chiofalo on organ. It was produced by Bailey, Brian McGee and Vanda & Young. The single, "Grain of Sand", from Prodigal Son peaked at No. 11 on the United States Billboard Alternative Songs chart. In March 1989, the Saints had an Australian Top 40 hit with a cover of the Easybeats' song "Music Goes 'Round My Head", which also featured in the 1988 film Young Einstein's soundtrack. Their version of "The Music Goes Round My Head" reached No. 19 on the US Alternative Songs chart.

1990–present: later years

The Saints issued a compilation album, Songs of Salvation and Sin 1976–1988 in 1990 on Raven Records with liner notes penned by Glenn A. Baker. Over the years, Kuepper had grown unhappy with Bailey's ongoing use of the Saints name and, in particular, with Baker crediting Bailey for the band's original creative direction. In April 1991, Kuepper formed the Aints, which performed versions of vintage the Saints' material. The Saints issued Permanent Revolution in 1991 on Mushroom Records, and while Bailey released solo albums, the group went into hiatus.

By 1994, Bailey had moved to Sweden where he recorded a solo album, 54 days at sea, and in 1996 issued the Saints' album, Howling, which was produced by the band for Blue Rose Records. Bailey provided vocals, guitars and organ, and was joined by Andreas Jornvill on drums, Joakim Täck on bass guitar, Ian Walsh on guitar and Mons Wieslander on guitar. The group toured Australia in February 1997 – their first tour there in eight years. Everybody Knows the Monkey followed in May 1998 on Last Call Records with Bailey were Michael Bayliss on bass guitar, Martin Bjerregaard on drums and Andy Faulkner on guitar – it was produced by Bailey and Martin Hennel.Mushroom Records celebrated their 25th anniversary with the Mushroom 25 Live concert in November 1998, Bailey performed "Ghost Ships" and "Just Like Fire Would", and a duet with Paul Kelly on "Wide Open Road", as a tribute to David McComb of the Triffids.Spit the Blues Out was issued in 2000 in France by Last Call Records with production credited to Debris. It displayed "'60s-era blues-rock" and "Brit-pop" with Patrick Mathé of French label New Rose providing harmonica and guitar.On September 11, 2001, the original line-up of the Saints came together for a one-off reunion when the writer Clinton Walker, a long-time friend and champion of the band, inducted them into the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Hall of Fame.By 2005, the group had re-located to Amsterdam, Netherlands, with Bailey were the line-up of Marty Willson-Piper on guitar, Caspar Wijnberg on bass guitar and Pete Wilkinson on drums. They issued Nothing Is Straight in My House in 2005 and after Willson-Piper left they released Imperious Delirium in 2006. They undertook a European tour to promote it and continued to tour America through late 2007.

On 14 July 2007, Bailey, Kuepper and Hay re-united for another one-off gig at the Queensland Music Festival, with current member Wijnberg on bass guitar. In January 2009, as part of the All Tomorrows Parties touring festival – curated by Mick Harvey, the Saints with Bailey, Hay, Kuepper and LaRizza played shows in Brisbane, Sydney and in Mount Buller, Victoria. This was followed by a Melbourne show on 14 January as part of the Don't Look Back sideshow concerts, where they performed the I'm Stranded album in its entirety. In 2010 the band returned to a three piece with Wilkinson returning as drummer and to the line-up with addition of a new bassist Jane Mack. In May 2010, Kuepper & Bailey reunited for a monthlong tri-residency series of shows in Brisbane, Sydney & Melbourne. With Kuepper on electric guitar/vocals and Bailey on acoustic guitar/bass guitar/vocals, they played a selection of songs from early Saints, both solo careers and post-Kuepper Saints, as well as a few covers.

2012 saw the recording of " King of the Sun". The album was recorded at the Trackdown studios in Sydney, where Bailey had previously recorded "Savage Entertainment". Released in Australia in late 2012, "King of the Sun" was delayed in European countries until April 2013.

On 7 November 2013, the Saints appeared as a 4-piece at the Borderline club in London, England. Alongside Bailey were stalwart Saints Barrington Francis and Peter Wilkinson. The band was augmented with Chris Dunne on keyboards.

Influence

The Saints are one of the first and most influential punk rock groups. According to Bob Geldof, "Rock music in the seventies was changed by three bands—the Sex Pistols, the Ramones and the Saints".In May 2001, Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) celebrated its 75th anniversary and named "(I'm) Stranded" in its Top 30 Australian songs of all time. The band was inducted into the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Hall of Fame in September. In 2007, "I'm Stranded" was one of the first 20 songs stored on the National Film and Sound Archive's Sounds of Australia registry. Their début album, (I'm) Stranded was listed at No. 20 in the book, 100 Best Australian Albums, in October 2010. Their third album, Prehistoric Sounds, also appeared in the list, at No. 41.

Band members

Current line-up

Chris Bailey – vocals (1973–present), guitar (1980–2012, 2016–present), bass (2012–2016)

Davey Lane – guitar (2016–present)

Pat Bourke – bass (2016–present)

Peter Wilkinson - drums (1999–present)

Former members

Timeline

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Membres du groupe :   Barrington Francis, Caspar Wijnberg, Peter Wilkinson, Chris Bailey, Michael Bayliss, Martin Bjerregaard, Richard Burgman, Ed Kuepper, Jeffrey Wegener, Joakim Täck, Marty Willson-Piper, Ivor Hay, Kym Bradshaw, Bruce Callaway, Richard Daniell, Chris Burnham, Andy Faulkner, Arturo Larizza, Laurie Cuffe, Iain Shedden, Alasdair Ward, Joe Chiofalo, Mons Wieslander, Andreas Jornvill, Mark Birmingham, Janine Hall




- Discographie -

64 albums

The Saints - International Robots

International Robots

2017 - Australie
Punk
Vinyle 12"14 Pistes
Unichord Records


The Saints - King Of The Sun / King Of The Midnight Sun

King Of The Sun / King Of The Midnight Sun

2014 - Australie
Rock Alternatif
Vinyle 12"23 Pistes
Fire Records


The Saints - Sweet Chariot

Sweet Chariot

2012 - Australie
CDr Single1 Pistes
Highway125


The Saints - King Of The Sun

King Of The Sun

2012 - Australie
Soft Rock
CD Single1 Pistes
Suburban Records


The Saints - Live At Pig City Brisbane 2007

Live At Pig City Brisbane 2007

2009 - Australie
Punk, Indie Rock, Classic Rock
Album CD12 Pistes
Shock


The Saints - All Fools Day / A Little Madness To Be Free

All Fools Day / A Little Madness To Be Free

2008 - Australie
CD, All Media Album24 Pistes
Warner Music Group, Rhino Records , Mushroom


The Saints - Cabaret At The Roundhouse, Live 1977

Cabaret At The Roundhouse, Live 1977

2006 - Australie
Punk
Album CD13 Pistes
Swashbuckler Enterprises


The Saints - The Greatest Cowboy Movie Never Made

The Greatest Cowboy Movie Never Made

2006 - Australie
Punk
Album CD61 Pistes
Wildflower Records


The Saints - Imperious Delirium

Imperious Delirium

2006 - Australie
Album CD11 Pistes
Wildflower Records


The Saints - Nothing Is Straight In My House

Nothing Is Straight In My House

2005 - Australie
Rock Alternatif
Album CD13 Pistes
Liberation Music


The Saints - All Times Through Paradise

All Times Through Paradise

2004 - Australie
Punk, Rock Alternatif
Album CD87 Pistes
Emi


The Saints - Wild About You 1976-1978 - Complete Studio Recordings

Wild About You 1976-1978 - Complete Studio Recordings

2000 - Australie
Punk
Album CD Compilation47 Pistes
Raven Records


The Saints - Spit The Blues Out

Spit The Blues Out

2000 - Australie
Rock Alternatif
Album CD12 Pistes
Last Call Records


The Saints - 7799 -- Big Hits On The Underground

7799 -- Big Hits On The Underground

1999 - Australie
Punk, Garage Rock
Album CD Compilation41 Pistes
Last Call Records


The Saints - Everybody Knows The Monkey

Everybody Knows The Monkey

1998 - Australie
Rock Alternatif, Post-Punk
Album CD12 Pistes
Amsterdamned Records


The Saints - (I

(I'm)Stranded/Eternally Yours

1996 - Australie
Punk
Album CD23 Pistes
Emi


The Saints - Know Your Product: The Best Of The Saints

Know Your Product: The Best Of The Saints

1996 - Australie
Punk, New Wave
Album CD Compilation22 Pistes
Harvest


The Saints - Howling

Howling

1996 - Australie
Rock Alternatif
Album CD12 Pistes
Blue Rose Records


The Saints - One Way Street

One Way Street

1995 - Australie
Punk
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Dog Meat


The Saints - The Most Primitive Band In The World (Live From The Twilight Zone, Brisbane 1974)

The Most Primitive Band In The World (Live From The Twilight Zone, Brisbane 1974)

1995 - Australie
Punk
Vinyle 12"10 Pistes
Hot Records


The Saints - Grain Of Sand And Cartoon Life

Grain Of Sand And Cartoon Life

1991 - Australie
Rock Alternatif
Vinyle 12"2 Pistes
Mushroom


The Saints - Permanent Revolution

Permanent Revolution

1991 - Australie
Rock Alternatif
Album CD10 Pistes
Mushroom


The Saints - The Music Goes Round My Head

The Music Goes Round My Head

1990 - Australie
Rock Alternatif
Vinyle 12"3 Pistes
Teldec


The Saints - Songs Of Salvation 1976-1988

Songs Of Salvation 1976-1988

1990 - Australie
Punk, New Wave
Vinyle 12"16 Pistes
Raven Records


The Saints - Flicknife Promocional

Flicknife Promocional

1989 - Australie
Punk
Vinyle 7"4 Pistes
Aspa Records


The Saints - Box Set

Box Set

1989 - Australie
Punk, Blues Rock
Vinyle, Box Set LP128 Pistes
Mushroom


The Saints - I Dreamed Of Marie Antoinette / Croppies Lie Down

I Dreamed Of Marie Antoinette / Croppies Lie Down

1989 - Australie
Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Bucketfull Of Brains


The Saints - The New Rose Years

The New Rose Years

1989 - Australie
Rock Alternatif, Soft Rock
Vinyle 12"12 Pistes
Fan Club


The Saints - Scarce Saints - Hymns Of Oblivion 1977-1984

Scarce Saints - Hymns Of Oblivion 1977-1984

1989 - Australie
Punk, Garage Rock
Album CD Compilation22 Pistes
Raven Records


The Saints - Stay

Stay

1988 - Australie
Rock Alternatif
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Mushroom


The Saints - Grain Of Sand

Grain Of Sand

1988 - Australie
Rock Alternatif
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Mushroom


The Saints - Prodigal Son

Prodigal Son

1988 - Australie
Vinyle 12"11 Pistes
Mushroom


The Saints - Just Like Fire Would

Just Like Fire Would

1987 - Australie
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Capitol Records


The Saints - Big Hits (On The Underground) / Just Like Fire Would

Big Hits (On The Underground) / Just Like Fire Would

1987 - Australie
Punk, Blues Rock
Vinyle 12"3 Pistes
Tvt Records


The Saints - Best Of The Saints

Best Of The Saints

1986 - Australie
Punk
Vinyle 12"13 Pistes
Razor Records


The Saints - See You In Paradise

See You In Paradise

1986 - Australie
Rock Alternatif
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Mushroom


The Saints - All Fools Day

All Fools Day

1986 - Australie
Blues Rock, Soft Rock
Vinyle 12"12 Pistes
Polydor


The Saints - (You Can

(You Can't Tamper With The) Temple Of The Lord

1986 - Australie
Classic Rock, Folk Rock
Vinyle 12"3 Pistes
Polydor


The Saints - Live In A Mud Hut

Live In A Mud Hut

1985 - Australie
Punk, Rock Alternatif, Garage Rock
Vinyle 12"11 Pistes
New Rose Records


The Saints - Imagination / Heavy Metal

Imagination / Heavy Metal

1984 - Australie
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Rca Victor


The Saints - Imagination

Imagination

1984 - Australie
Soft Rock
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
New Rose Records


The Saints - Angels

Angels

1984 - Australie
Punk
Vinyle 12"4 Pistes
Rca Victor


The Saints - A Little Madness To Be Free

A Little Madness To Be Free

1984 - Australie
Rock Alternatif, Post-Punk
Vinyle 12"10 Pistes
New Rose Records


The Saints - Ghost Ships

Ghost Ships

1984 - Australie
Soft Rock
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
New Rose Records


The Saints - Follow The Leader

Follow The Leader

1983 - Australie
Garage Rock
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Flicknife Records


The Saints - Out In The Jungle

Out In The Jungle

1982 - Australie
Vinyle 12"11 Pistes
New Rose Records


The Saints - Prehistoric Songs

Prehistoric Songs

1981 - Australie
Punk
Vinyle 12"14 Pistes
Harvest


The Saints - Let

Let's Pretend

1981 - Australie
Rock Alternatif, Indie Rock
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Lost Records


The Saints - Live

Live

1981 - Australie
Vinyle 7"3 Pistes
New Rose


The Saints - The Monkey Puzzle

The Monkey Puzzle

1981 - Australie
Punk, Rock Alternatif
Vinyle 12"11 Pistes
Lost Records


The Saints - Paralytic Tonight, Dublin Tomorrow

Paralytic Tonight, Dublin Tomorrow

1980 - Australie
Punk, New Wave, Garage Rock
Vinyle 12"5 Pistes
New Rose Records


The Saints - In The Mirror

In The Mirror

1980 - Australie
Punk, Rock & Roll
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Larrikin Records


The Saints - Security

Security

1978 - Australie
Punk
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Harvest


The Saints - Know Your Product

Know Your Product

1978 - Australie
Punk
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Harvest


The Saints - Prehistoric Sounds

Prehistoric Sounds

1978 - Australie
Punk, Rock & Roll
Vinyle 12"13 Pistes
Harvest


The Saints - Eternally Yours

Eternally Yours

1978 - Australie
Punk, Rock & Roll
Vinyle 12"13 Pistes
Harvest


The Saints - Lipstick On Your Collar

Lipstick On Your Collar

1977 - Australie
Punk
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Emi


The Saints - River Deep Mountain High

River Deep Mountain High

1977 - Australie
Punk
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Emi Electrola


The Saints - New Wave EP

New Wave EP

1977 - Australie
Punk, Garage Rock, Power Pop
Vinyle 7"4 Pistes
Power Exchange Records & Tapes


The Saints - Erotic Neurotic

Erotic Neurotic

1977 - Australie
Punk
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Harvest


The Saints - This Perfect Day

This Perfect Day

1977 - Australie
Punk
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Harvest


The Saints - One Two Three Four

One Two Three Four

1977 - Australie
Punk, Garage Rock
Vinyle 7"4 Pistes
Harvest


The Saints - (I

(I'm) Stranded

1977 - Australie
Punk
Vinyle 12"10 Pistes
Emi


The Saints - Rarities

Rarities

- Australie
Album CD Compilation18 Pistes
Firewood Records




- Vidéos The Saints -

76 Vidéos

Untitled (Outtake dec'76)
The Saints
(I'm) Stranded [HQ]
The Saints
(I'm) Stranded
The Saints
Messin' with the Kid [(I'm) Stranded]
The Saints
The Saints Wild About You
The Saints
Erotic Neurotic
The Saints
One Way Street (1977)
The Saints
Demolition Girl (original)
The Saints
Nights In Venice
The Saints
Kissin' Cousins
The Saints
Story Of Love
The Saints
The Saints-Lost and Found
The Saints
Run down
The Saints
Orstralia
The Saints
(I'm) Misunderstood
The Saints
UNTITLED - 1978 - Eternally Yours
The Saints
Know Your Product
The Saints
A Minor Aversion
The Saints
No, Your Product
The Saints
This Perfect Day
The Saints
L-I-E-S
The Saints
Do The Robot
The Saints
One Way Street (1977)
The Saints
One Two Three Four EP
The Saints
River Deep, Mountain High
The Saints
Demolition Girl (single '77)
The Saints
The Saints- Lipstick on Your Collar
The Saints
Every Day's A Holiday, Every Night's A Party
The Saints
Swing For The Crime
The Saints
Everything's Fine
The Saints
The Prisoner.wmv
The Saints
Brisbane (Security City) - The Saints
The Saints
Miss Wonderful
The Saints
Let's Pretend
The Saints
Simple Love - The Saints
The Saints
The Saints : Imagination (Countdown)
The Saints
THE SAINTS down the drain (1984)
The Saints
THE SAINTS someone to tell me (1984)
The Saints
Stay
The Saints
Kurt Cobain Top 50 - 19 - Know Your Product Single
The Saints
Know your product
The Saints
Run down
The Saints
The Saints This Perfect Day Original Top Of The Pops Kid Jensen Intro
The Saints
Out In The Jungle
The Saints
Let's Pretend
The Saints
Dizzy Miss Lizzy (The Monkey Puzzle LP)
The Saints
Miss Wonderful
The Saints
(I'm) Stranded [HQ]
The Saints
Security
The Saints
All Times Through Paradise
The Saints
Erotic Neurotic
The Saints
The saints-one way street.mp4
The Saints
The Saints Just Like Fire Would
The Saints
Try to avoid disaster
The Saints
Lipstick On Your Collar live1977
The Saints
The Saints- Lipstick on Your Collar
The Saints
The Saints- Lipstick on Your Collar
The Saints
Every Day's A Holiday, Every Night's A Party
The Saints
Everything's Fine
The Saints
THE SAINTS the prisoner 1978
The Saints
Swing For The Crime
The Saints
Wild About You (Australian Punk, 1974)
The Saints
Ghost Ships (1984)
The Saints
The Saints 'Gypsy Woman' 1981
The Saints
The Saints : Imagination (Countdown)
The Saints
Imagination
The Saints
Animal
The Saints
Follow The Leader
The Saints
THE SAINTS always, always (1981)
The Saints
In The Mirror
The Saints
The Saints Grain of Sand
The Saints
Orstralia (live London 26-11-'77)
The Saints
Where Did My Mind Go?
The Saints
Imagination
The Saints
Easy money
The Saints
Curtains - 7/30/1987 - Ritz - New York, NY
The Saints






The Saints

Annonces de concerts




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