Gun Club, The

Also known as Gun Club, Gunclub, Gunclub, The
Members of Gun Club, The: Brian Tristan, Dee Pop, Jeffrey Lee Pierce, Jim Duckworth, Jimmy Joe Uliana, Mike Martt, Nick Sanderson, Patricia Morrison, Rob Ritter, Romi Mori, Simon Fish, Terry Graham, Ward Dotson, Wayne Kramer
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Discography of Gun Club, The:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Fire Of Love 11 Audio 1986 New Rose Records
2 Miami 12 Audio 1991
3 Death Party 5 Audio 1983 Animal Records
4 Miami 12 Audio 1982 Animal Records
5 Fire Of Love 11 Audio 1982 Expanded Music
6 Pastoral, Hide & Seek (The Lost Song) 3 Audio 1992 What's So Funny About..
7 Miami 12 Audio 2004 Sympathy For The Record Industry
8 Danse Kalinda Boom - Live In Pandora's Box 7 Audio 1993-01-00 Solid (4)
9 The Las Vegas Story 10 Audio 1984
10 Mother Juno 9 Audio 1987-10-19 Red Rhino Records
11 Pastoral Hide & Seek 10 Audio 1990 Fire Records
12 Two Sides Of The Beast 13 Audio 1985
13 Fire Of Love 11 Audio 1981 Ruby Records
14 Fire Of Love 11 Audio 2000 Last Call Records
15 Fire Of Love 11 Audio 1982 New Rose Records
16 The Birth, The Death, The Ghost 13 Audio 1984-01-14 ABC (9)
17 The Las Vegas Story 10 Audio 1984
18 Lucky Jim 10 Audio 1993 What's So Funny About..
19 Fire Of Love 11 Audio 1993 Slash
20 Love Supreme 8 Audio 1985 Offence Records
21 Mother Juno 9 Audio 1987-10-19 Red Rhino Records
22 Pastoral Hide & Seek 9 Audio 1990 Solid (4)
23 Miami 12 Audio 1982 Animal Records
24 Pastoral Hide & Seek 10 Audio 1990 New Rose Records
25 Miami 12 Audio 2004 Sympathy For The Record Industry
26 Cry To Me 2 Audio 1993 Sympathy For The Record Industry
27 Moonlight Motel 10 Audio 1985 Superb Productions
28 Fire Of Love 2 Audio 1982-08-00 Animal Records
29 The Las Vegas Story 10 Audio 2004 Sympathy For The Record Industry
30 Pastoral Hide & Seek 9 Audio 1990 What's So Funny About..
31 The Great Divide 3 Audio 1990
32 Sex Beat 81 12 Audio 1984 Lolita
33 Death Party 5 Audio 1983 Animal Records
34 Destroy The Country 6 Audio 1984 Not Just Jazz Records
35 Divinity 7 Audio 1991 New Rose Records
36 Sex Beat 3 Audio 1989 New Rose Records
37 Death Party 19 Audio 1987 Revenge Records (2)
38 Pastoral Hide And Seek 3 Audio 1992 New Rose Records
39 Death Party 16 Audio 1993 Editions Atlas
40 Breaking Hands 3 Audio 1988
41 Mother Juno 9 Audio 1987 What's So Funny About..
42 Fire Of Love 11 Audio 1993
43 Divinity 8 Audio 1991 What's So Funny About..
44 Lucky Jim 11 Audio 1993 What's So Funny About..
45 Pastoral Hide & Seek 10 Audio 1990 What's So Funny About..
46 Divinity 8 Audio 1991 Solid (4)
47 Early Warning 34 Audio 1997 Sympathy For The Record Industry
48 Ahmed's Wild Dream 17 Audio 2007 Cherry Red
49 Danse Kalinda Boom - Live In Pandora's Box 7 Audio 1993 What's So Funny About..
50 Lucky Jim 11 Audio 1993 New Rose Records


Rock band from Los Angeles (CA, USA) formed in 1980-1981 by [a=Jeffrey Lee Pierce], Brian Tristan (better known as [a=Kid Congo Powers]), Don Snowden and Brad Dunning. The band was initially called The Creeping Ritual.

During their debut album "Fire Of Love" in 1981, the band was comprised of [a=Jeffrey Lee Pierce], [a=Rob Ritter], [a=Terry Graham] and [a=Ward Dotson]. [a=Rob Ritter] left the band in 1982 just before their second album, "Miami". [a=Patricia Morrison] joined and stayed until 1984. For their next album, "Las Vegas Story" in 1984, the band consisted of [a=Jeffrey Lee Pierce], [a=Patricia Morrison], [a=Kid Congo Powers] and [a=Terry Graham]. After some successful tours, Jeffrey started to travel around the world and the band came to a halt for a period as he started to work on a solo album. In 1987 The Gun Club staged a comeback with [a=Jeffrey Lee Pierce], [a=Romi Mori], [a=Nick Sanderson] and [a=Kid Congo Powers]. Several releases followed, and in 1995 a new line-up was formed including [a=Jeffrey Lee Pierce], [a=Wayne Kramer], [a=Mike Martt], [a=Kid Congo Powers] and [a=Romi Mori]. On the 31st of March 1996 the band sadly came to an end due the death of [a=Jeffrey Lee Pierce].


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