The Nosebleeds – Ain’t Been To No Music School 7″

nosebleeds.jpgThis is a classic! Enough said. Over to Punk77.co.uk: “Ok so why all the fuss over a band that released one single. Simple. Like the Killjoys and Users there’s more to the story than just a song. Edmund Garrity AKA Ed Banger’s story criss crosses through vital moments in punk that makes it impossible to ignore and at times so improbable that a film script could or should be made.”. Morrisey who later found fame as a solo artist and in The Smiths sang for Nosebleeds after Ed banger left. Morrisey should’ve stuck to punk rock.

 

Country: UK
Year: 1977
Label: Rabid
Format: 7″
Songs:
Ain’t Been To No Music School.mp3
Fascist Pigs.mp3

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11 Responses to The Nosebleeds – Ain’t Been To No Music School 7″

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  2. dylan says:

    this is another underrated UK monster.

  3. david says:

    is this actually morrisey singing on this record?

  4. CORPUS 77 says:

    ARE U GETTING MIXED UP WITH THE FACT THAT MORRISEY TOOK THE MIKE FOR A SHORT TIME WITH SLAUGHTER AND THE DOGS AFTER ED BANGER LEFT AND BEFORE THE REINTRODUCTION OF THE GREAT ONE ?

    CHEERS CORPUS 77

  5. The Flakes // Drummer says:

    Read all about the Nosebleeds at the punk77.co.uk.

  6. scott says:

    There’s a great documentary about the Nosebleeds which they were showing at the Urbis punk exhibition in Manchester last year….i’m not sure if it’s been released on DVD tho’?

  7. Niels says:

    Morrissey tried out for both The Nosebleeds and Slaughter & The Dogs. At that point the Nosebleeds also had Billy Duffy (the Cult) on guitar. BTW, Smiths drummer Mike Joyce was in punk bands The Hoax and Victim (his drumming with the Smiths is actually pretty punk at times!).

  8. Spraypaint Manifesto says:

    This has always been one of my favorite records from Manchester. The guitar solo is so bloody fast I’ve never been able to figure it out.

  9. ray says:

    its hard to believe that its over thirty years since it all began-the nosebleeds-aint been to music school still sounds great today.will have to dust off my old copy. stick it on the turntable and remember what i was doing back then, each little crackle brings back memories-many thanks for putting this up

  10. Urrke T says:

    This is a classic! I´m now looking forward to also see the 7″ with Studio Sweethearts posted up here + the really cool EMI-7″ with Ed Banger “Kinnel Tommy” (check: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4xGEcppdKQ )
    Cheers!

  11. bacardibat says:

    A cowbell? Seriously? I’m trying to match cowbell to punk song and nothing else is coming to mind. Either “Fascist Pigs” is total crap or so far ahead of its time we’re all still waiting around for it to come. (In vain, I hope.)

    “MORE cowbell… I need more cowbell!!!”

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