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Eater

Eater

Eater


There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Eater were a 1970s British punk band. The band was formed in 1976 by high school students Andy Blade (vocals), Brian Chevette (guitar), Lutfi "Social Demise" Radwan (later replaced by 14 year-old Roger "Dee Generate" Bullen) (drums) and Ian Woodcock (bass). Dee Generate was later replaced with Phil Rowland. The band made its first public performance in November 1976, featuring support act The Buzzcocks. Read more on Last.fm
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Eater were a 1970s British punk band. The band was formed in 1976 by high school students Andy Blade (vocals), Brian Chevette (guitar), Lutfi "Social Demise" Radwan (later replaced by 14 year-old Roger "Dee Generate" Bullen) (drums) and Ian Woodcock (bass). Dee Generate was later replaced with Phil Rowland. The band made its first public performance in November 1976, featuring support act The Buzzcocks. They signed to small London independent label called The Label, and released several 7"s and The Album LP. The band split up at the end of the 1970s. Among their most well known songs are "Don't Need It", "Lock It Up", 'Thinkin of the USA', and a cover of T-Rex's "Jeepster." They were also known for covers of Velvet Underground and David Bowie songs such as "Queen Bitch" and "Sweet Jane." Blade made several attempts to create a solo career during the 1980s but failed to secure a deal.

He shared an apartment with Billy Duffy who later joined The Cult. Blade published a book about his times with Eater and beyond, called The Secret Life of a Teenage Punk Rocker in 2005. Eater reformed to play the 1996 Holidays in The Sun Festival in Blackpool. Eater also reformed shortly in 2006, playing a one-off gig at the 100 Club, supported by TV Smith of The Adverts. They also supported the Buzzcocks on their 30th anniversary of their original tour, at the Forum. 2) Eater is a Japanese electronic music artist. http://homepage.mac.com/katsukii/ Not to be confused with E.A.T.E.R. (Ernst and the Edsholm Rebels). Please update your ID-tags for this band.

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