Cosmic Psychos are an Australian punk rock band which formed in 1982 as Spring Plains. Founding members included Ross Knight on guitar and vocals; Robbie Addington on guitar and vocals; and Steve Morrow on vocals. Australian rock music historian, Ian McFarlane, described their music as "arty kind of punk noise, somewhere between The Birthday Party and a more narcotic sounding Ramones". Late in 1984 the group was renamed as Cosmic Psychos.
Band Name Cosmic Psychos. Album Name Neighbours. Data de aparición 1994. Estilo MusicalGarage Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0. 1. Thanks Mum for the Rabbits. 2. Back in Town (Very Metal). Saber más. Other productions from Cosmic Psychos.
Nom du groupe Cosmic Psychos. Nom de l'album Neighbours. Date de parution 1994. Style MusicalGarage Rock. Membres possèdant cet album0. Autres productions de Cosmic Psychos.
Cosmic Psychos finished their seventh full-length album at the start of 1997 and gave in to their obsession with Australian meat pies, titling the record Oh What a Lovely Pie. The album came out that summer on Amphetamine Reptile in the United States and Europe. It contained ten songs dealing with everything from dominatrix girlfriends to serial killers. The release was followed by a 24-date tour of Europe with the Melvins.
The Cosmic Psychos are a rock band based in Melbourne and rural Victoria in Australia. An underground band that has only ever achieved limited recognition, they were cited as a significant influence on the Seattle grunge scene of 90s. In particular they have been referenced by members of Mudhoney and Pearl Jam and have supported both bands.
Perfil: Australian punk trio which was formed in the mid 80s. Originally, Bill Walsh and Peter Jones were playing in the band called Spring Plains, which broke up in 1985. That same year they invited Ross Knight to join the group and thus Cosmic Psychos were born. Robbie Watts replaced Peter Jones after the recording of the live, "Slave To The Crave" album in 1990. After a long hiatus, at the end of 2005, the Psychos went to the studio to record the new album "Off ya Cruet!" with a new drummer Dean Muller that replaced Bill Walsh.
|A||Thanks Mum For The Rabbits|
|B1||Back In Town (Very Metal)|
- Produced At – Birdland Coiffeur
- Artwork, Cover [Concept & Digital Imaging] – Dominic O'Brien
- Photography By [Inside Photos] – Mr Lemmens
- Producer – Count Lindsay "Hairstyle" Gravox*
- Written-By – Cosmic Psychos
NotesProduced for Real Beefy Sound at the Birdland Coiffeur 1994.
(C)&(P) Cosmic Psychos/Arschloch/Shagpile
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0718750494573
- Label Code: LC 6853
|SHAGCD 7012||Cosmic Psychos||Neighbours (CD, Single)||Shagpile, Arschloch Records||SHAGCD 7012||Australia||1994|