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Marc Riley & the Creepers. Sleeper: A Retrospective.
Also known as. Marc Riley and The Creepers, The Lost Soul Crusaders. Sleeper: a retrospective, followed in 1989. The band briefly became The Lost Soul Crusaders before splitting u. .
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On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Creepers, The - Sleeper - A Retrospective. Photo of Creepers, The - Sleeper - A Retrospective. More albums of Creepers, The: Sleeper - A Retrospective. Rock 'n' Roll Liquorice Flavour. This album was released on the label Bleed Records (catalog number DRYCD 001). This album was released in 1989 year.
After being dismissed from The Fall by Mark E. Smith, Marc Riley formed his own record label (In-Tape) with Jim Khambatta, and his own band. The first single "Favourite Sister" was followed up with "Jumper Clown", which poked fun at his previous band's singer. A Peel Session was the source of the next release in 1984, with a compilation of these early releases, Cull, following the same year. First album proper, Gross Out.
First album proper, Gross Out, appeared in June 1984. 1985 saw the release of second album Fancy Meeting God as well as a swansong live album Warts 'n' All towards the end of the year. Riley then recruited ex-Membranes Mark Tilton and Phil Roberts of Shrubs, and carried on as simply "The Creepers". With a more sophisticated sound, the first release under this name was a cover of Brian Eno's "Baby's On Fire", with the album Miserable Sinners following later the same year. Creepers, The Filmography.
|B3||Hole 4 A Soul||2:55|
|B7||Bard Of Woking||2:51|
|C1||Baby's On Fire||2:31|
|C2||Another Song About Motorbikes||3:26|
|C3||The Adventures Of Brian Glider||4:14|
|C5||Old Man's Treat||2:59|
|C6||Stroke Of Genius||3:06|
|C7||Yea Heavy And A Bottle Of Bread||2:13|
|D4||'Cept For You||2:37|
|D5||Act Your Age||3:27|
- Bass – Pete Keogh (tracks: A1 to B7)
- Bass, Harmonica – Phil Roberts (tracks: C1 to D7)
- Drums, Piano – Eddie Fenn (tracks: A1 to B7)
- Drums, Piano, Guitar – Eddie Fenn (tracks: C1 to D7)
- Guitar – Jon Langford (tracks: C1 to D7), Simon Taylor (tracks: C1 to D7)
- Guitar, Vocals – Mark Tilton (tracks: C1 to D7), Paul Fletcher (tracks: A1 to B7)
- Producer – Dale Griffin (tracks: A1 to B7), Jon Langford (tracks: C1 to D7), Marc Riley (tracks: A1 to B7), Mark Radcliffe (tracks: A1 to B7), Tony Wilson (tracks: A1 to B7)
- Saxophone – Mike Gallagher (tracks: A1 to B7)
- Trumpet – Jon Hunter (tracks: A1 to B7)
- Vocals – Sally Timms (tracks: C1 to D7)
- Vocals, Guitar, Diamond 600, Saxophone – Marc Riley (tracks: A1 to B7), Marc Riley (tracks: C1 to D7)
NotesComes in gatefold sleeve. A2, B4, B7 & D6 don't appear on the CD version.
From inner gatefold: "Roll of Honour: Langford, Khambatta, Peel, Walters, Anne Clarke, Uli, Terry and Lori Nelson, Richard Skinner, Dave Haslam, Circo Do, Joachim Klautszch, Davis, Tony Michaelides, Craig Scanlan, Trace, Lee Gorney and anyone else who hates me"
Yea Heavy and a Bottle of Bread (C7) is a Bob Dylan cover and is exclusive to this collection.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5016554100115
|DRYCD 001||The Creepers||Sleeper - A Retrospective (CD, Comp)||Bleed Records||DRYCD 001||UK & Europe||1989|