Piranhas, The

Also known as Piranahs, The, Piranhas, Pirhanas
Members of Piranhas, The: Bob Grover, Dick Slexia, John Helmer (2), Reginald Frederick Hornsbury, Zoot Alors
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Piranhas_(UK_band), http://www.punkbrighton.co.uk/piranh.html

Discography of Piranhas, The:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Zambezi / Who Needs You 2 Audio 1982 Philips
2 Zambezi / Who Needs You / Darabukkas 3 Audio 1982 Dakota
3 Tom Hark 2 Audio 1980
4 The Piranhas 13 Audio 1980 Hansa
5 Zambezi / Who Needs You / Darabukkas 3 Audio 1982 TELDEC
6 The Piranhas 13 Audio 1980
7 The Piranhas 13 Audio 1980 Durium
8 The Piranhas 13 Audio 1980 Hansa
9 Play Kwela! 3 Audio 1980
10 Zambezi / Bouffant Blue / Pink Elephants 3 Audio 1982 Dakota
11 Zambezi / Who Needs You / Darabukkas 3 Audio 1982 Dakota
12 Easy Come Easy Go 2 Audio 1983 Dakota
13 Coloured Music 2 Audio 1979 Attrix Records
14 "Tom Hark" - The Piranhas Collection 20 Audio 2004 Anagram Records
15 Space Invaders 2 Audio 1979-11-30 Virgin
16 The Piranhas 13 Audio 1980 Hansa International
17 Vi Gela Gela / Nobody Sings 2 Audio 1981 Dakota
18 Play Kwela! 3 Audio 1980 Durium
19 Easy Come Easy Go 2 Audio 1983 Avenue Records (4)
20 Tom Hark 3 Audio 1980 RCA
21 Easy Come Easy Go (Extended Version) 3 Audio 1983 Dakota
22 Zambezi / Who Need You / Darabukkas 3 Audio 1982 Splash Records (4)
23 Tom Hark 3 Audio 1980 SIRE
24 Play Kwela! 3 Audio 1980
25 Tom Hark 2 Audio 1980
26 Easy Come Easy Go 4 Audio 1983 Splash (2)
27 The Piranhas 13 Audio 1980 Music-Box


Ska-influenced punk band .

Formed in 1977, Brighton

They came to prominence when [a=John Peel] started playing their single "I Don't Want My Body".

Their biggest hit was their cover on South African kwela song "Tom Hark" as well as their cover on [a=Lou Busch]'s "Zambezi"

They released just one album, before disbanding.


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