Title: The Batfish Boys
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The Batfish Boys (later simply called Batfish) were a gothic rock/garage rock/rockabilly band from York and Leeds, England, active between 1984 and 1990. They released three albums. By that point, the band had added bassist Bob "Diablo" Priestley and guitarists Johnny Burman and Murray Fenton. In 1986, Zero Rek (Martin Herbert) replaced Fenton on guitar. The Batfish Boys' second album, Head, also appeared that year, laced with psychedelic blues overtones. With the band's sound getting progressively heavier, they were signed by Motörhead's label, GWR, in 1987, and shortened their name to Batfish.
The third Batfish Boys album, Batfish Brew, was released in 1989, but the band split shortly afterwards Discography Studio albums. The Gods Hate Kansas (1985, Batfish Incorporated). Head (1986, Batfish Incorporated) (No. 16). Batfish Brew (1989, GWR Records)
Label: Batfish Incorporated – USS 102. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. This album was written and recorded in seven days. The USS BATFISH was a submarine and rock and roll is intense". Matrix, Runout (Runout Side A): USS 102 A1 MPO.
The Batfish Boys were a gothic rock/garage rock/rockabilly band from York and Leeds, England, active between 1984 and 1990. The band was formed by former March Violets vocalist Simon Detroit and ex-Skeletal Family drummer Martin "Bomber" Pink, initially assisted on their first single, 1985's "Swamp Liquor" by Denbigh's ex-bandmates in March Violets, bassist Loz Elliott and guitarist Tom Ashton
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