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Profile: Charley Keigher (Guitar, Vocals) Sarah Curtis (Electric Violin) Jon Chandler (Bass) Ross Cain (Drums). Blowzy Weirdos (Album).
Blowzy Weirdos from King of the Slums (1991) (LP). Blowzy Weirdos (Still Sealed). LP. Cherry RedBRED 93.
Artists King of the Slums The Orphaned Files. The Orphaned Files King of the Slums. This album has an average beat per minute of 127 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 72/167 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Orphaned Files. Album starts at 109BPM, ends at 149BPM (+40), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by King of the Slums.
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King of the Slums formed in Manchester, England, by writer Charley Keigher aka Charlie Keighera (vocals, guitar) and Sarah Curtis (electric violin), initially as Slum Cathedral User. Joined by bassist John Eccles in early 1985, they recorded a demo tape at Crimson Studios in Urmston, Manchester with the help of a drummer who left the band soon after. In 2009 the reformed King of the Slums released their fourth album called The Orphaned Files, a collection of predominately brand new songs together with some rare and remixed older songs, through their own label, SLR Records. It was followed by Manco Diablo on 8 June 2017, also on SLR. Three months after the release, the band decided to record Artgod Dogs.
King of the Slums are a British alternative rock band. Formed in Greater Manchester in the mid-1980s, the band specialised in a kind of electric violin and guitar-driven rock music, and released their debut single in 1986. Whilst the band earned some critical acclaim from the UK music press, commercial success eluded them and the group disbanded in the early 1990s following the release of their second studio album, Blowzy Weirdos (1991). Two more albums followed, Manco Diablo (2017) and Artgod Dogs (2018).