Top Ian Hunter Albums
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Live at My Father's Place
Live at My Father's Place
[2014]
The Artful Dodger
The Artful Dodger
[2014]
The Truth, the Whole Truth and Nuthin' But the Truth (Live)
The Truth, the Whole Truth and Nuthin' But the Truth (Live)
[2013]
From the Knees of My Heart, The Chrysalis Years (1979-1981)
From the Knees of My Heart, The Chrysalis Years (1979-1981)
[2012]
Man Overboard
Man Overboard
[2009]
Shrunken Heads
Shrunken Heads
[2007]
Dirty Laundry
Dirty Laundry
[2007]
Strings Attached (A Very Special Night With Ian Hunter) [Live At Sentrum Scene Oslo, 2002]
Strings Attached (A Very Special Night With Ian Hunter) [Live At Sentrum Scene Oslo, 2002]
[2003]
Rant
Rant
[2001]
Short Back and Sides
Short Back and Sides
[2000]
Once Bitten Twice Shy
Once Bitten Twice Shy
[2000]
Long Odd & Out-takes
Long Odd & Out-takes
[1994]
All of the Good Ones Are Taken
All of the Good Ones Are Taken
[1983]
Short Back 'n' Sides
Short Back 'n' Sides
[1981]
Welcome to the Club (Live)
Welcome to the Club (Live)
[1980]
Overnight Angels
Overnight Angels
[1977]
All American Alien Boy (Expanded Edition)
All American Alien Boy (Expanded Edition)
[1976]
Ian Hunter
Ian Hunter
[1975]
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When I'm President (miss) Silver Dime Broadway Justice Of The Peace Overnight Angels Shallow Crystals The Ballad Of Little Star To Love A Woman Wild 'n Free Coldwater High Central Park N' West 23a, Swan Hill Rape Death Of A Nation Seeing Double 3,000 Miles From Here Too Much I Get So Excited Skeletons Apathy 83 Speechless Cool Another Fine Mess Still The Same Something To Believe In Women's Intuition Resurrection Mary Invisible Strings Cleveland Rocks Livin' In A Heart Shades Off The Loner Once Bitten Twice Shy Pain Red Letter Day Boy Ships Golden Opportunity My Revolution Lounge Lizard Scars Letter To Britannia From The Union Jack American Spy The Artful Dodger The Truth Whole Truth, Nuthin' But The Truth Never Trust A Blonde Guiding Light River Of Tears Detroit Junkee Love Sons & Daughters All American Alien Boy How Much More Can I Take Every Step Of The Way Dancing On The Moon Beg A Little Love Captain Void 'n' The Video Jets Old Records Never Die No One The Other Man Restless Youth Still Love Rock N Roll It Ain't Easy When You Fall Man O'war Theatre Of The Absurd When The Daylight Comes Open My Eyes Following In Your Footsteps Life After Death Everyone's A Fool Lowdown Freedom The Best Thing Silent Movie That Girl Is Rock 'n' Roll Gun Control China Purgatory Noises Irene Wilde Walk On Water American Music The Outsider Dead Man Walkin' (eastenders) Standin' In My Light Somethin's Goin' On Michael Picasso Fun Listen To The Eight Track Sons N' Lovers Easy Money Good Girls I Need Your Love Leave Me Alone Psycho Girl Tell It Like It Is Death 'n' Glory Boys Ripoff Silver Needles Knees Of My Heart Big Time Now Is The Time Lisa Likes Rock N' Roll I Ain't No Angel Keep On Burning Wash Us Away Just Another Night Bastard Rain God We Gotta Get Out Of Here Soap And Water Morons Good Samaritan All Of The Good Ones Are Taken Who Do You Love You Stepped Into My Dreams Wild East You Nearly Did Me In Twisted Steel (Live) How's Your House I Wish I Was Your Mother (Live) Stretch Your Eyes Soul Of America When The World Was Round I Am What I Hated When I Was Young Roll Away The Stone (Live) Rollerball (Live) One Of The Boys (Live) Fuss About Nothin' Words (Big Mouth) Saturday Gigs (Live) Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square (Live) All The Way From Memphis (Live) The Journey (Live) Brainwashed Rest In Peace (Live) Shrunken Heads All The Young Dudes (Live) Good Man In A Bad Time Waterlow Great Expectations (you Never Know What To Expect) Traitor Laugh At Me One Fine Day Don't Let Go
Related Information for Ian Hunter
Ian Hunter (born Ian Hunter Patterson on June 3, 1939 in Oswestry, Shropshire, England) was the lead singer of the band Mott the Hoople from 1969 until the band broke up in 1974. He has since worked as a solo artist.Hunter began his musical career on the bass guitar. An early foray into music was as an entrant in a talent competition at one of Butlin's holiday camps, performing "Blue Moon" as part of a skiffle group with Colen York and Colin Broome.Hunter memorialized how he left his family in a later song, "23A Swan Hill," the address of his teenage home in Shrewsbury above a police station where his father was the Station Sergeant. He notes in concert that "my Dad was real mean" and did not... read more