Drones, The

Also known as Drones
Members of Drones, The: Gus Callender, John Ellis (2), Mark Standley, Mike Howells (2), Pete Jobson, Peter Howells, Steve Cundall
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.thedrones.co.uk/, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Drones_%28British_band%29, http://www.myspace.com/thedrones1977

Discography of Drones, The:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Bone Idol / Just Want To Be Myself 2 Audio 1977 Valer Records
2 Further Temptations 22 Audio 1993 Anagram Records
3 Further Temptations 21 Audio 1996 Get Back
4 Further Temptations 13 Audio 1977 Valer Records
5 Temptations Of A White Collar Worker 4 Audio 1977 O.H.M...S.
6 The Attic Tapes 1975-82 11 Audio 1997 Get Back
7 Take Shelter 14 Audio 1998 Alternative Action Records
8 Can't See 2 Audio 1980 Fabulous Records (2)
9 Sorted 2 Audio 1997 Alternative Action Records
10 Temptations Of A White Collar Worker 4 Audio 1977 O.H.M...S.
11 Can't See / Fooled Today 2 Audio 1980-04-00 Bellaphon
12 Take Shelter 25 Audio 1998 Alternative Action Records
13 Further Temptations 21 Audio 2009 Get Back
14 Get Sorted Tour '98 4 Audio 1998 45 Revolutions
15 Further Temptations 13 Audio 1977 Energy (4)
16 Temptations Of A White Collar Worker 4 Audio 1998 Data Records (5)
17 Further Temptations 21 Audio 1994 Helter Skelter Records
18 Be My Baby 2 Audio 1977 Valer Records
19 Be My Baby 2 Audio 1977 Valer Records
20 Get Sorted Tour '98 4 Audio 1998 45 Revolutions
21 Bone Idol / Just Want To Be Myself 2 Audio 1977 Valer Records
22 Bone Idol 4 Audio 1997 O.h.m.s.
23 Bone Idol 2 Audio 1997 O.h.m.s.
24 The Attic Tapes 1975-82 22 Audio 1997 Overground Records
25 Further Temptations 27 Audio 2005 Cherry Red Films
26 Sorted 12 Audio 1999 Captain Oi!
27 Sorted 2 Audio 1997 Alternative Action Records
28 Temptations Of A White Collar Worker 4 Audio 1998 Data Records (5)
29 Live In Japan 25 Audio 1998 45 Revolutions
30 Expectations: Tapes From The Attic 75-82 22 Audio 1997 Captain Trip Records


British punk formed in October 1976 in Manchester and relocated to London; disbanded around 1982. The band started out in 1974 as a Glam Rock band called [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/3996641-Rockslide-2]Rockslide[/url], releasing a single in October 1975.

Reformed in 1996 for the Holidays In The Sun Festival, followed by gigs in Japan and USA.

Classic line-up (1976-1979):

M. J. Drone (Mike Howells) - vocals, guitar

Gus Gangrene (Gary Callender) - lead guitar

Whispa (Steve Cundall) - bass

Pete Purrfect (Peter Howells) - drums


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