fIREHOSE

Also known as Firehose
Members of fIREHOSE: Ed Crawford, George Hurley, Mike Watt
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Firehose_(band)

Discography of fIREHOSE:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 If'n 14 Audio 1987-11-04 SST Records
2 Flyin' The Flannel 16 Audio 1991
3 fROMOHIO 14 Audio 1989 SST Records
4 Flyin' The Flannel 16 Audio 1991
5 fROMOHIO 14 Audio 1989 SST Records
6 Sometimes, Almost Always 3 Audio 1988 SST Records
7 Ragin', Full-On 14 Audio SST Records
8 If'n 14 Audio 1987-11-04
9 Flyin' The Flannel 16 Audio 1991 Columbia
10 Blaze 2 Audio 1993 Columbia
11 Mr. Machinery Operator 14 Audio 1993 Columbia
12 Mr. Machinery Operator 14 Audio 1993-02-00 Columbia
13 Flyin' The Flannel 16 Audio 1991 Columbia
14 Flyin' The Flannel 16 Audio 1991 Columbia
15 Down With The Bass 3 Audio 1991 Columbia
16 Blaze 2 Audio 1993 Columbia
17 Flyin' The Flannel 4 Audio 1991 Not On Label
18 Sometimes, Almost Always 3 Audio 1988 SST Records
19 Big Bottom Pow Wow 10 Audio 1993-02-19 Columbia
20 Sometimes, Almost Always 3 Audio 1988 SST Records
21 If'n 14 Audio 1987-11-04 SST Records
22 Ragin', Full-On 14 Audio 1986 SST Records
23 Flyin' The Flannel 16 Audio 2012-07-17 ORG Music
24 Witness 3 Audio 1993 Columbia
25 Ragin', Full-On 14 Audio SST Records
26 fROMOHIO 14 Audio 1989 SST Records
27 fROMOHIO 14 Audio 1989 SST Records
28 Mr. Machinery Operator 14 Audio 1993 Columbia
29 fROMOHIO 14 Audio 1989 SST Records
30 fROMOHIO 14 Audio SST Records
31 If'n 14 Audio SST Records
32 Sometimes 3 Audio 1988 SST Records
33 If'n 14 Audio 1987-11-04 SST Records


fIREHOSE was an alternative rock band formed by Mike Watt (bass/vocals), Ed Crawford (guitar/vocals), and George Hurley (drums) in 1986. Hurley and Watt had both previously been members of the [a=Minutemen] and were contemplating retiring from music after the death of Minutemen front man [a=D. Boon] in 1985 when Watt was contacted by Crawford, a rabid Minutemen fan from Ohio, about starting a new band. After initially resisting, Watt and Hurley ultimately decided to give Crawford a shot. The band went on to record 5 LPs, 3 for [l=SST Records] and 2 for [l=Columbia], before disbanding in 1994.


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