The Wernt - Wreckin Temples mp3 album
Complete your The Wernt collection. Wreckin Temples (CD, Album). Chocolate Roberts Records. Choc Rob 001. UK. 1997.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Wernt, The - Wreckin Temples. Photo of Wernt, The - Wreckin Temples. More albums of Wernt, The: Barking Spider . This album was released on the label Knock Out Records (catalog number KOLP068).
Knockout Entertainment 68. LP.
The Wernt were a side project set up by members of British hardcore punk bands Charged GBH and English Dogs in 1997. Birmingham, England Grantham, England. In 1998 they released the EP Barking Spider and in 2004 Wreckin Temples was supposed to be released in the United States on Beer City Records but it came to nothing. Wreckin Temples (Knock Out Records, 1997). Barking Spider (Data Records, 1998).
English Dogs' first full-length album, Invasion of the Porky Men, was released a year later. Personnel changes ensued after the debut album emerged with vocalist Wakey departing to be replaced by ex-Ultraviolent singer Ade Bailey . An English Dogs and GBH union resulted in Wakey and Pinch creating The Wernt with GBH members guitarist Jock Blyth and bassist Ross Lomas for a 1997 album 'Wreckin' Temples'. Gizz Butt replaced Jim Davies of Pitchshifter as the live guitarist for The Prodigy, which in turn revitalized interest in English Dogs and prompted a re-release of Where Legend Began.
Background: group or band. The Wernt were a side project set up by members of British hardcore punk bands Charged GBH and English Dogs in 1997. In July 1997 GBH members Colin "Jock" Blyth (Guitar) and Ross Lomas (Bass, Guitar) and English Dogs members Pete "Wakey" Wakefield (Vocals) and Andrew "Pinch" Pinching (Drums) recorded and mixed the album Wreckin Temples in 9 days at Jigsaw Studio in Frognall In 1998 they released the EP Barking Spider and in 2. . Singles and EPs.
|A1||Pig Dog Killer|
|A2||The Bible Code|
|A4||The Pink Lady|
|A6||Number One Buzz|
|B3||No Visible Shaft|
|B4||Take What You Want (Don't Stop)|
|B5||Mark The Beast|
|B6||On A Mission|
- Recorded At – Jigsaw Studios
- Arranged By – The Wernt
- Backing Vocals – Tommy Proctor
- Bass – Ross*
- Drums – Pinch*
- Engineer – Tom Savage
- Guitar – Jock
- Producer – Pinch*, Tom Savage
- Vocals – Wakey*
- Written-By – The Wernt
NotesTitle on the front of the cover is 'Wreckin Temples'. Title on the side of the cover and on the label is 'Wrecking Temples'.
Comes with lyrics insert.
Recorded at Jigsaw, Frognall.
Conceived, written, recorded and mixed in 9 days in July 1997.
All music originally written 1980-81 by GBH and English Dogs - None of it recorded.
Re-written and arranged by The Wernt 1997.
|Choc Rob 001||The Wernt||Wreckin Temples (CD, Album)||Chocolate Roberts Records||Choc Rob 001||UK||1997|
|Data 003||The Wernt||Wreckin Temples (CD, Album)||Data Records||Data 003||UK||1997|