Serious Drinking 'The Revolution Starts At Closing Time' LP

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debut album by humorous punk band from Norwich, re-issued on ltd. vinyl
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Serious Drinking were an English humorous punk rock band from Norwich, England, whose lyrical themes often covered football and drinking. The band formed in February 1981, taking their name from a Sounds headline to an interview with The Cockney Rejects, with most members having met at the University of East Anglia.Band members were Martin Ling (vocals), Eugene Rodgers (vocals), Andy Hearnshaw (guitar, formerly of The Farmer's Boys), Jem Moore (bass), Pete Saunders (keyboards) also known from Dexys Midnight Runners and Lance Dunlop (drums). Their debut EP, Love On The Terraces (produced by Madness's Mark Bedford reached number 9 on the UK Indie Chart in 1982, with follow-up "Hangover" reaching number 4 the following year.Debut album The Revolution Starts at Closing Time also reached number 4, and was followed up in 1984 by a second album, They May Be Drinkers Robin, But They're Still Human Beings. After another single, "Country Girl Became Drugs and Sex Punk", Moore and Dunlop left the band. The new line-up continued with sporadic gigs. The band were firm favourites of John Peel and recorded four sessions for his BBC Radio One show

track list:
Am I Coming Over to Yours?
Spirit of 66
Love On the Terraces (Mk III)
Countdown to Bilko
Really Good Bloke
Im On Drugs
TV Song
12XU / Bobby Moore Was Innocent
The Revolution Starts at Closing Time
Baby Im Dying a Death
Time Is Tight
World Service
Winters Over
Wierd Son of Angry Bastard
Are You Coming Over to Mine?
Pillars of Society
Funny You Should Say That
Life in the Dustbin Pt. 1
Young Hearts Run Free
Pete Rides Out
Serious Bingo

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