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Eight Living Legs

Eight Living Legs

Eight Living Legs


Eight Living Legs played in the Auckland alternative scene from 1981 - 1983. They were a band who impressed many that saw them perform in those years, including musician Mark Webster who describes them as "...engaging, consummate musicians, tight as all hell, professional yet with a quirky, stroppy humour that came across live...Eight Living Legs was a band that should have made it..." The band's only release was back in 1983 where they shared vinyl space with another Auckland band Flak. Read more on Last.fm
Eight Living Legs played in the Auckland alternative scene from 1981 - 1983. They were a band who impressed many that saw them perform in those years, including musician Mark Webster who describes them as "...engaging, consummate musicians, tight as all hell, professional yet with a quirky, stroppy humour that came across live...Eight Living Legs was a band that should have made it..." The band's only release was back in 1983 where they shared vinyl space with another Auckland band Flak. This dual EP - both bands had three songs per side - was released through Flying Nun and entitled Emigration. Now Failsafe Records(http://www.failsaferecords.com) bring you two new releases, one a live album the other a compiled album of studio recordings. Both have been lovingly put together, mastered and edited by lover of fine music Rob Mayes.

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