Eat (2)

EAT

Members of Eat (2): Ange Dolittle, Jem Moorshead, Max Noble, Maz Lavilla, Paul Noble, Pete Howard, Tim Sewell
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://sites.google.com/site/eateateatuk/, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eat_(band), http://www.bandplanet.co.uk/forgottenbandplanet/eat/, http://www.dolittlehaveleftthebuilding.com/, https://www.facebook.com/angedolittle?sk=info

Discography of Eat (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Shame 4 Audio 1992 Fiction Records
2 Sell Me A God 11 Audio 1989 Fiction Records
3 Epicure 12 Audio 1993
4 Shame 2 Audio 1992
5 Shame 4 Audio 1992
6 The Golden Egg EP Part 1 3 Audio 1992
7 Sell Me A God 14 Audio 1989-10-00
8 Tombstone 2 Audio 1989
9 Tombstone 3 Audio 1989
10 Psycho Couch 2 Audio 1990 Non Fiction Records
11 Psycho Couch 3 Audio 1990 Non Fiction Records
12 The Auto Gift EP 3 Audio 1989 Fiction Records
13 Psycho Couch 2 Audio 1990 Non Fiction Records
14 Psycho Couch 2 Audio 1990 Non Fiction Records
15 The Autogift EP 3 Audio 1989 Fiction Records
16 The Plastic Bag EP 3 Audio 1989-07-00 Fiction Records
17 Tombstone 3 Audio 1989 Fiction Records
18 Summer In The City 3 Audio 1989 Fiction Records
19 The Golden Egg EP 4 Audio 1992 Fiction Records
20 Bleed Me White 2 Audio 1993 Fiction Records
21 Epicure 12 Audio 1993
22 Summer In The City 3 Audio 1989 Fiction Records
23 Summer In The City 2 Audio 1989 Fiction Records
24 Bleed Me White 3 Audio 1993
25 The Golden Egg EP Part 2 3 Audio 1992
26 Golden Egg 2 Audio 1992
27 Tombstone 4 Audio 1989 Fiction Records
28 Bleed Me White 3 Audio 1993 Fiction Records
29 Bleed Me White 3 Audio 1993
30 Sell Me A God 11 Audio 1989 Fiction Records
31 Sell Me A God 14 Audio 1989 Fiction Records
32 Sell Me A God 11 Audio 1989 Fiction Records
33 The Plastic Bag EP 3 Audio 1989 Fiction Records
34 The Golden Egg 2 Audio 1992 Fiction Records
35 Epicure 12 Audio 1993
36 Tombstone 4 Audio 1989 Fiction Songs Ltd.
37 Epicure / How Does It Feel 2 Audio 1993 Fiction Records
38 Bleed Me White 3 Audio 1993 Fiction Records


From wikipedia:

The band started out playing a distinctive mixture of swamp blues, hip hop and funk, showcased on their 1989 album Sell Me A God.[1] At this time they undertook tours of Europe with The Jesus and Mary Chain and Phillip Boa. Band tensions led to the abandonment of a second album in 1990, although they toured in October on the back of an NME single of the week, "Psycho Couch". However, a combination of internal feuds ("It got to the point where we just couldn't bear to be in the same room as each other")[2] led to a complete split and meant that the band was effectively on hiatus from 1990 to 1992. The band returned with a different line up, a completely different sound - of pop and psychedelia - and the album Epicure in 1993. Despite positive reviews, and extensive airplay, Eat had evidently run its course, and in 1995 Dolittle left to join members of The Wonder Stuff in Weknowwhereyoulive, whilst Howard joined The Wonder Stuff's singer Miles Hunt in his new project Vent 414.

Paul and Max Noble formed U.V. Ray who released The Suitcase EP in 1991 and subsequently T.V. Eye in 1992, who featured a pre-'Dennis Pennis' Paul Kaye on lead vocals and recorded Killer Fly (1993), featuring new recordings of two previously unreleased EAT tracks as b-sides, for Go Discs.

Paul Noble and Louis Jones from T.V. Eye went on to form Warm Jets, while Max Noble emerges from time to time with The Blue Aeroplanes.


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