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  • Album -Bitter Sweet and Twisted
    50 points Follow us on twitter Bitter Sweet and Twisted Release 1993 Bitter Sweet Twisted is rock band The Quireboys s second studio album released in 1993 The album was released on EMI and went into the UK Albums Chart at 31 Tramps and Thieves White Trash Blues Can t Park Here King of New York Don t Bite the Hand Last Time Debbie Brother Louie Ode to You Baby

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  • The Quireboys
    the potential which would see him emerge as a driving force within the Quireboys for two decades and more Griff gave us fresh impetus at a time when we were on the brink of going places recalls Spike I suppose you could say he s the glue which binds this band together If early favourites Mayfair and There She Goes Again had taken a gang of vibrant newcomers to the top level of London s live rock scene then the commercial appeal underpinning Hey You and 7 O Clock proved the Quireboys were true contenders Both hit singles remain staples of the band s 2013 show and Spike added 7 O Clock was one of the first songs that we Spike and Guy Bailey ever wrote We d played the song at the Reading festival at the Marquee all over the place and every time without a chorus But the line 7 O Clock has always been there from start to finish The same can be said for Spike And if other Quireboys have come and gone then the enduring frontman with his trademark bandana and shot of JD has remained the one constant during the last 28 years If London was the platform required to showcase Spike s star quality then the Geordie boy come good never forgot his North East roots The Newcastle United die hard penned a new take on Tyneside ironically named Dirty Town on the band s 2008 record Homewreckers and Heartbreakers and yet it was the era defining Mayfair which helped launch The Quireboys in the pubs and clubs across the UK Mayfair will always be special to me added Spike It was the first rock club I went to in Newcastle as a 13 year old kid dreaming of being a star I saw my first gig there UFO I can still remember it like it was yesterday It s such a shame it s been replaced by a multiplex cinema and a load of trendy bars I ve sung that song all over the world and it always gets the crowd going But in Newcastle they go mental I love where I m from and my roots Dirty Town is all about the Toon and it namechecks places like the Quayside which have become part of the social culture up there It picks up from where Mayfair left off I suppose In tandem with Blyth born guitarist Paul Geurin a prime mover in the Quireboys for the past decade Spike has continued to support the North East The pair penned a charity tune for FA Cup giant killers Blyth Spartans in 2009 and supported The Robbie Elliott Foundation in 2012 fronted by former Newcastle United defender Robbie Elliott with the iconic Biking For Bobby a song blasted out for the first time in front of 52 000 Magpies fans at St James s Park At the same time the Quireboys have emerged as an acoustic act par excellence Halfpenny Dancer released in

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  • OffYer Rocka Recordings - OffYer Rocka Recordings
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  • Album -This is Rock n Roll
    join us on facebook Recent tweets Follow 50 points Follow us on twitter This is Rock n Roll Release 2001 This Is Rock n Roll is rock band The Quireboys s third studio album it is the first album recorded after the band re united This Is Rock n Roll Show Me What You Got Searching Six Degrees C mon Seven Days Taken For a Ride Coldharbour Lane Turn Away

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  • The Quireboys
    the potential which would see him emerge as a driving force within the Quireboys for two decades and more Griff gave us fresh impetus at a time when we were on the brink of going places recalls Spike I suppose you could say he s the glue which binds this band together If early favourites Mayfair and There She Goes Again had taken a gang of vibrant newcomers to the top level of London s live rock scene then the commercial appeal underpinning Hey You and 7 O Clock proved the Quireboys were true contenders Both hit singles remain staples of the band s 2013 show and Spike added 7 O Clock was one of the first songs that we Spike and Guy Bailey ever wrote We d played the song at the Reading festival at the Marquee all over the place and every time without a chorus But the line 7 O Clock has always been there from start to finish The same can be said for Spike And if other Quireboys have come and gone then the enduring frontman with his trademark bandana and shot of JD has remained the one constant during the last 28 years If London was the platform required to showcase Spike s star quality then the Geordie boy come good never forgot his North East roots The Newcastle United die hard penned a new take on Tyneside ironically named Dirty Town on the band s 2008 record Homewreckers and Heartbreakers and yet it was the era defining Mayfair which helped launch The Quireboys in the pubs and clubs across the UK Mayfair will always be special to me added Spike It was the first rock club I went to in Newcastle as a 13 year old kid dreaming of being a star I saw my first gig there UFO I can still remember it like it was yesterday It s such a shame it s been replaced by a multiplex cinema and a load of trendy bars I ve sung that song all over the world and it always gets the crowd going But in Newcastle they go mental I love where I m from and my roots Dirty Town is all about the Toon and it namechecks places like the Quayside which have become part of the social culture up there It picks up from where Mayfair left off I suppose In tandem with Blyth born guitarist Paul Geurin a prime mover in the Quireboys for the past decade Spike has continued to support the North East The pair penned a charity tune for FA Cup giant killers Blyth Spartans in 2009 and supported The Robbie Elliott Foundation in 2012 fronted by former Newcastle United defender Robbie Elliott with the iconic Biking For Bobby a song blasted out for the first time in front of 52 000 Magpies fans at St James s Park At the same time the Quireboys have emerged as an acoustic act par excellence Halfpenny Dancer released in

    Original URL path: http://www.quireboys.com/index.php?view=article&catid=145%3Aoyr-releases&id=506%3Awell-oiled&tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page= (2016-02-08)
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  • OffYer Rocka Recordings - OffYer Rocka Recordings
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  • Album - Well Oiled
    Community 50 points join us on facebook Recent tweets Follow 50 points Follow us on twitter Well Oiled Release 2004 Well Oiled is rock band The Quireboys s fourth studio album it is the second album recorded since the band re united following on from This Is Rock N Roll Good to See You The Finer Stuff Lorraine Lorraine Too Familiar You ve Got a Nerve What s Your Name

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  • The Quireboys
    the potential which would see him emerge as a driving force within the Quireboys for two decades and more Griff gave us fresh impetus at a time when we were on the brink of going places recalls Spike I suppose you could say he s the glue which binds this band together If early favourites Mayfair and There She Goes Again had taken a gang of vibrant newcomers to the top level of London s live rock scene then the commercial appeal underpinning Hey You and 7 O Clock proved the Quireboys were true contenders Both hit singles remain staples of the band s 2013 show and Spike added 7 O Clock was one of the first songs that we Spike and Guy Bailey ever wrote We d played the song at the Reading festival at the Marquee all over the place and every time without a chorus But the line 7 O Clock has always been there from start to finish The same can be said for Spike And if other Quireboys have come and gone then the enduring frontman with his trademark bandana and shot of JD has remained the one constant during the last 28 years If London was the platform required to showcase Spike s star quality then the Geordie boy come good never forgot his North East roots The Newcastle United die hard penned a new take on Tyneside ironically named Dirty Town on the band s 2008 record Homewreckers and Heartbreakers and yet it was the era defining Mayfair which helped launch The Quireboys in the pubs and clubs across the UK Mayfair will always be special to me added Spike It was the first rock club I went to in Newcastle as a 13 year old kid dreaming of being a star I saw my first gig there UFO I can still remember it like it was yesterday It s such a shame it s been replaced by a multiplex cinema and a load of trendy bars I ve sung that song all over the world and it always gets the crowd going But in Newcastle they go mental I love where I m from and my roots Dirty Town is all about the Toon and it namechecks places like the Quayside which have become part of the social culture up there It picks up from where Mayfair left off I suppose In tandem with Blyth born guitarist Paul Geurin a prime mover in the Quireboys for the past decade Spike has continued to support the North East The pair penned a charity tune for FA Cup giant killers Blyth Spartans in 2009 and supported The Robbie Elliott Foundation in 2012 fronted by former Newcastle United defender Robbie Elliott with the iconic Biking For Bobby a song blasted out for the first time in front of 52 000 Magpies fans at St James s Park At the same time the Quireboys have emerged as an acoustic act par excellence Halfpenny Dancer released in

    Original URL path: http://www.quireboys.com/index.php?view=article&catid=145%3Aoyr-releases&id=575%3Ahomewreckers-and-heartbreakers&tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page= (2016-02-08)
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