Fire Engines were a post-punk band from Edinburgh, Scotland. The band was a part of the same literary art-punk scene as the Scars and Josef K.
The Fire Engines comprised David (Davy) Henderson (vocals/guitar), Murray Slade (guitar), Graham Main (bass), and Russell Burn (drums), the band name inspired by a 13th Floor Elevators song. Henderson, Main, and Burn had previously been members of The Dirty Reds, along with Russell Burn's brother Tam Dean Burn, while Slade had played in Station Six. The Fire Engines' debut release was the "Get Up And Use Me"/"Everything's Roses" single, released on manager Angus Groovy's Codex Communications label in 1980; The band had recorded their entire set twice in a Fife bungalow with producer Wilf Smarties, at a cost of £46, with these two tracks selected for release. "Get Up and Use Me" was given 'Single of the Week' in both NME and Sounds. The band's live shows rarely lasted longer than twenty minutesЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Lubricate Your Living Room [1980, альбом]
- Big Gold Dream [1981, сингл]
- Candyskin / Meat Whiplash [1981, сингл]
- Codex Teenage Premonition [26.09.2005, альбом]
- Discord [20.03.2006, сингл]
- Fond [1992, сборник]
- Hungry Beat [02.10.2007, сборник]
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