The Gun Club  

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The Gun Club was a rock band from Los Angeles in the 1980s led by flamboyant singer/guitarist Jeffrey Lee Pierce.

The Gun Club injected punk rock with doses of blues and country music. Pierce's wailing vocals were an ideal delivery for his songs, which generally had a spooky, haunted quality.

Discography

  • Fire of Love (Ruby/Slash 1981)
  • Miami (Animal records 1982)
  • Death Party EP (1983)
  • Sex Beat '81 (Live) (1984)
  • The Birth, The Death, The Ghost (Live) (1984)
  • The Las Vegas Story (1984)
  • Two Sides of the Beast (1985) Compilation
  • Danse Kalinda Boom (Live) (1985)
  • Mother Juno (1987)
  • Pastoral Hide and Seek (1990)
  • Divinity EP (1991)
  • In Exile (1992) Compilation
  • Live In Europe (1993)
  • Lucky Jim (1993)
  • Early Warning (1997) Rarities and demos




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