It was fairly similar to National Health (which also featured Gowen) and Hatfield and the North. They were active between 1972 and 1975, when they released their debut album. In 1978, they briefly reconvened (with a different rhythm section) to record 'Another Fine Tune You've Got Me Into'. In 2000, Cuneiform released 'Arriving Twice', a collection of unreleased material and BBC sessions from 1973-1975.
Following the break up of the band, Gowen joined National Health and appears on their debut album. Sadly, he died in 1981. The band took their name from 'The Epic of Gilgamesh', a book that happened to be lying around at a friend's house. 2) See ギルガメッシュ. 3) Dutch hardcore band Gilgamesh's only release is the "This Could be a Set Up" EP released in late 2004. 4) Australian ska/hardcore band released two EP's; "Land of the Long White Shaft" (1995) and "Vulgar Display of Ass" (1996) before breaking up in 1998. Reformed for a one-off reunion show at the Sandringham hotel, Newtown on July 13, 2007. 5) Gilgamesh is a progressive rock/fusion band out of Petaluma, California. 6) Gilgamesh is an American progessive band.
Their demo is still under production, however, some songs may be found at www.purevolume.com/gilgameshusa. 7) Gilgamesh was a now defunct Hungarian lo-fi no-wave art-punk band. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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