Boomtown Rats - The Elephants Graveyard (guilty)Vendor: Mercury
Collection: Rare/2hand Vinyl Records - 12"/10"/7"
2HAND 7" VINYL SINGLE ON MERCURY 1981
Mercury 6059394 made in Germany. Vinyl EX. Cover VG++.
The Boomtown Rats were an Irish rock band that scored a series of British hits between 1977 and 1980, and were led by singer Bob Geldof, who organized the Ethiopian relief efforts Band Aid and Live Aid. The Rats were formed in Dun Laoghaire, near Dublin, Ireland, in 1975 by Geldof (born Robert Frederick Zenon Geldof, October 5, 1954, Dun Laoghaire, Ireland), a former journalist; Johnnie Fingers (keyboards); Gerry Cott (guitar); Garry Roberts (guitar); Pete Briquette (bass); and Simon Crowe (drums). They took their name from Woody Guthrie's novel -Bound for Glory. The group moved to London in October 1976, and became associated with the punk rock movement. Signing to Ensign Records, they released their debut single, "Lookin' After No. www.boomtownrats.co.uk/