Top Ian Dury & The Blockheads Albums
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Greatest
Greatest
[2012]
Live At Rockpalast (WDR Studio L, Cologne, 21.02.1978)
Live At Rockpalast (WDR Studio L, Cologne, 21.02.1978)
[2012]
Warts 'N' Audience… Plus! (Live!)
Warts 'N' Audience… Plus! (Live!)
[2007]
Ten More Turnips from the Tip
Ten More Turnips from the Tip
[2002]
Straight From The Desk
Straight From The Desk
[2001]
Laughter
Laughter
[1980]
Do It Yourself (Deluxe Edition)
Do It Yourself (Deluxe Edition)
[1979]
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Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick I Want To Be Straight You'll See Glimpses Wake Up And Make Love With Me What A Waste Fucking Ada Common As Muck There Ain't Half Been Some Clever Bastards Superman's Big Sister You're More Than Fair Razzle In My Pocket Quiet Sweet Gene Vincent Sex And Drugs And Rock & Roll Reasons To Be Cheerful Part 3 Dance Of The Crackpots Inbetweenies Itinerant Child Blockheads Poo-poo In The Prawn The Mumble Rumble And The Cocktail Rock Game On That's Not All Poor Joey Father Heavy Living Uneasy Sunny Day Hotsy Totsy Blackmail Man It Ain't Cool Billericay Dickie Cowboys Ballad Of The Sulphate Strangler Pam's Moods Take Your Elbow Out Of The Soup You're Sitting On Red (letter) Mash It Up Harry Your Horoscope Peter The Painter Thank You Mum Quick Quick Slow Sink My Boats I Made Mary Cry Cacka Boom Bus Driver's Prayer Girls (watching) Spasticus (autisticus) D'orine The Cow Ban The Bomb Hey Hey Take Me Away Lullaby For Francies The Roadette Song Bed O' Roses No. 9 Geraldine Oh Mr. Peanut London Talking Delusions Of Grandeur Broken Skin Twenty Tiny Fingers Sore Throat Mix Lonely (town) Billy Bentley (promenades Himself Around London) Wait (for Me) Happy Hippy You're My Baby Honeysuckle Highway England's Glory I Could Lie Profoundly In Love With Pandora Very Personal Two Old Dogs Without A Name Crippled With Nerves Plaistow Patricia Really Glad You Came Looking For Harry Back To Blighty My Old Man Jack Shit George Fly In The Ointment Huffety Puff Love Is All Uncoolohol Clever Trevor Dance Little Rude Boy The Call Up Fuck Off Noddy Pardon Byline Brown You're My Inspiration The (body Song) You're The Why Mischief Manic Depression (jimi) Have A Word Rough Kids Trust (is A Must) The Passing Show The Badger And The Rabbit No Such Thing As Love O'donegal I Believe The Sky's The Limit
Related Information for Ian Dury & The Blockheads
Ian Dury and the Blockheads were one of the most popular groups of the New Wave era in the U.K. in the 70s and early 80s. Their eclectic sound was drawn from their many musical influences; these included funk, jazz, rock and roll, soul, and reggae, not to mention leader Ian Dury's love of music hall. Dury's lyrics were a unique combination of lyrical poetry, word play, acute observation of British everyday life, and scatalogical humour. As the Blockheads, the band continued to play after Dury's untimely death in 2000.The band started when frontman Dury (born in Upminster, Essex, United Kingdom on 12 May 1942 and died 27 March 2000), had a chance encounter in a musical instrument hire shop with guitarist Chaz Jankel. Jankel to.. read more