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Leaving Trains, The

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Члены группы Leaving Trains, The: Aaron Donovan, Allen Clark, Andrew Buscher (2), Bobby Belltower, Bruce Gunnell, Chaz Ramirez, Dennis Carlin, Eric Stringer, James Moreland, Jason Kahn, Jimi Green (2), John Lacques, Lenny Montoya, Manfred Hofer (2), Mark Pritchard (3), Melanie Vammen, Mike Barnett (3), Miss Koko Puff, Sam Merrick, Sylvia Juncosa, Terry Graham, Tom Hofer, Whitey Sims

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# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 Transportational D. Vices 15 audio iTunes 1989 SST Records
2 For My Woman / Five Years Ahead Of My Time 2 audio iTunes 1996 Get Hip Recordings
3 Bringing Down The House 4 audio iTunes 1982 Happy Squid Records
4 Loser Illusion Pt.0 6 audio iTunes 1991 SST Records
5 Kill Tunes 12 audio iTunes 1986 SST Records
6 Sleeping Underwater Survivors 9 audio iTunes 1990 SST Records
7 Kill Tunes 12 audio iTunes 1986 SST Records
8 The Big Jinx 11 audio iTunes 1994 SST Records
9 The Lump In My Forehead 10 audio iTunes 1992 SST Records
10 Sleeping Underwater Survivors 9 audio iTunes 1990 SST Records
11 The Big Jinx 11 audio iTunes 1994 SST Records
12 Well Down Blue Highway 12 audio iTunes 1984 Bemisbrain Records
13 Drowned And Dragged 5 audio iTunes 1995 SST Records
14 Amplified Pillows 23 audio iTunes 2004 Steel Cage Records
15 Emotional Legs 18 audio iTunes 2001 Steel Cage Records
16 Favorite Mood Swings (Greatest Hits 1986-1995) 25 audio iTunes 1997 SST Records
17 Temporal Slut / With Dr. Awol 2 audio iTunes 1987 SST Records
18 She's Looking At You 4 audio iTunes 1986 SST Records
19 The Lump In My Forehead 10 audio iTunes 1992 SST Records
20 Loser Illusion Pt.0 6 audio iTunes 1991 SST Records
21 Well Down Blue Highway 12 audio iTunes 1984 Enigma Records (3)
22 Kill Tunes 12 audio iTunes 1986
23 Loser Illusion Pt.0 6 audio iTunes 1991 SST Records
24 Fuck 14 audio iTunes 1987-11-04 SST Records
25 Transportational D. Vices 15 audio iTunes 1989 SST Records

An indie-rock subversive who has been known to perform in dresses almost as much as his ex-wife [a=Courtney Love], [a=Falling James] (Moreland) has led the Leaving Trains with a revolving lineup since the group formed in 1980. Originally in a Los Angeles punk band named the Mongrels during 1978-79, Falling James formed the Downers in 1980 (with [a=David Roback] and John Hoffs, the brother of the Bangles sisters) and then the Leaving Trains later that year, with guitarist Manfred Hofer, bassist Tom Hofer, keyboard player Sylvia Juncosa and drummer Hillary Laddin. The band gigged around the area during the next three years, but included only the Hofer brothers by the time Leaving Trains debuted on vinyl with 1984's "Well Down Blue Highway", on Bemisbrain/Enigma Records. In contrast to Falling James' earlier material, the first album practiced a kind of restraint in short supply on the West Coast punk scene (restrained only in comparison, of course). After the group's first LP for SST, "Kill Tunes", however, the Hofers were replaced with musicians of more energetic means, guitarist Mike Barnett and bassist Eric Stringer. Over the course of 1987's "Fuck", the following year's "Transportational D. Vices" and 1991's "Sleeping Underwater Survivors", Falling James concentrated on the most vigorous, self-loathful material available to him, amplified considerably by a new guitarist even more in-tune with noise, Bobby Belltower (formerly of the Nymphs). After both bassist and drummer left the band in 1991, Falling James formed a new band, the Power of Sky, with bassist Whitey Sims. The Power of Sky proved short-lived as well, and later that year James returned to Leaving Trains with Sims, Belltower and new drummer Lenny Montoya. The confusion stalled recording until 1993, when "The Lump in My Forehead" appeared on SST, with Sims taking vocals on several cuts. Predictably, that version of the band also disintegrated, replaced by bassist/producer Chaz Ramirez and drummer Dennis Carlin, who began recording 1994's "The Big Jinx". In the span of about a year, Ramirez was killed in a warehouse accident, James finished the LP, played in a side band named Sluts for Hire, was kicked out of the group, and formed a new Leaving Trains, with keyboard player Melanie Vammen, bassist Jimmy Green and drummer Allen Clark. Following 1997's "Smoke Follows Beauty", the eighth album by the group, SST released the compilation "Favorite Mood Swings". ~ John Bush.




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