Holy Barbarians

Members of Holy Barbarians: Ian Astbury, Matt Garrett, Patrick Sugg, Scott Garrett
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.beggars.com/artists/catalogue/holy_barbarians/index.htm, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holy_Barbarians_(band)

Discography of Holy Barbarians:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Cream 10 Audio 1996-05-00 Beggars Banquet
2 Space Junkie 2 Audio 1996-05-00 Beggars Banquet
3 Space Junkie / Dolly Bird 3 Audio 1996-05-00 Intercord Record Service
4 Space Junkie 3 Audio 1996-05-00 Liberation Records
5 Brother Fights 3 Audio 1996 Reprise Records
6 Space Junkie 3 Audio 1996 Beggars Banquet
7 Cream 10 Audio 1996 Reprise Records
8 Cream 10 Audio 1996
9 Cream 10 Audio 1996 Beggars Banquet
10 Dolly Bird 3 Audio 1996 Reprise Records
11 Cream 10 Audio 1996 Intercord Tonträger GmbH
12 Cream 10 Audio 1996
13 Cream 10 Audio 1996
14 Cream 10 Audio 1996 Offworld
15 Cream 10 Audio 1996 Beggars Banquet


In the spring of 1995, The Cult disbanded, with Ian Astbury forming a short lived project called the Holy Barbarians, whose name was taken from a 1959 Lawrence Lipton novel. Only one album released titled "Cream" named after the UK nightclub that Ian Astbury frequently visited. Extensively toured ( Feb - Nov 1996) throughout the UK, Europe and North America.

[a=Ian Astbury] - Vocals / Occasional Guitar & Tambourine

[a=Patrick Sugg] - Guitar/Backing Vocals

[a=Matt Garrett] - Bass

[a=Scott Garrett] - Drums


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