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The Ghoulies

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Studio Album, released in 1982

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Listening To My Neighbour Singing
2. Sexist Conversation
3. Social Workers
4. Hollow Cost
5. Make Sure Your Garage Is Large Enoug
6. Stabbing Cats
7. CS's
8. Look Mum No Hands (Parts 1-3)
9. A Large Lounge And Yawn

Line-up / Musicians

-Charlie Summers / guitar, organ, flageolet, vocals

-Elaine Morgan / lead & backing vocals
-Dave Stewart / keyboards
-Jake Bowie / fretless bass
-Pip Pyle / drums
-Spike Reptile / violin, guitar & vocals (1,3,7)
-Simon Smith / organ & backing vocals (1,3,7)
-Phil John / bass & backing vocals(1,3,7)
-Ben Wilson / bass (7), backing vocals (1,3,7)
-Nigel Harris / drums & percussion (1,3,7)
- James Driscoll Jr. / ???

Releases information

Artwork: Karen Madsen (photo)

LP Lounging Records ‎- LA01 (1982, UK)

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