Band: Les Thugs
Album: Nineteen Something
Release Date: January 2022
Music Genre: Punk Rock Alternative Rock Garage Rock Emo Hardcore
Label: Crash Disques
Release Country: France
Record Type: 16 Tracks CD Album Reissue Remastered
Les Thugs are a punk band from France. The band were formed in 1983 in Angers with five members and were soon reduced to four in the same year: Eric Sourice on guitar and lead vocals, Thierry Meanard on guitar, Christophe Sourice on drums, and Gerald Chabaud on bass until 1983. Chabaud was replaced by Pierre-Yves Sourice. Although the band called it quits at the end of the 90s, they briefly reformed in 2008 for the Sub-Pop 20th Anniversary Festival and a short warm-up tour in France.
A mix-up by their recording company meant that the band would resurface, albeit only as the digital information on The Baseballs similarly named Strike album in 2010.
|2||Side By Side||4:10|
|3||I Was Dreaming||3:44|
|4||Les Lendemains Qui Chantent||2:33|
|5||Never Work Anymore||2:12|
|6||Take Me Away||3:49|
|11||While I'm Waiting||3:14|
Part of the "Inventaire" reissue series.
Originally released in October 1997 on Labels.
Recorded at Black Box Studio, Noyant La Gravoyère in June 1997 except Yougoslavia recorded in January 1997.
New Centurions originally released on a split 7" with Salaryman.