Lords Of The New Church

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Lords Of The New Church - The Method To Our Madness The Method To Our Madness
Pop Used - LP 26134 I.R.S.
1984 Dutch Original.... more details
 
Lords Of The New Church - Is Nothing Sacred? Is Nothing Sacred?
Pop Used - LP 70039 I.R.S.
1983 Vinyl With Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Lords Of The New Church - Lords Of The New Church Lords Of The New Church
Pop Used - LP 70029 I.R.S.
1982 Vinyl. 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide. ... more details
 
Lords Of The New Church - Live For Today Live For Today
Pop Used - 12 SP70409 I.R.S.
1983 12" Single In Picture Sleeve. Tracks Are "Live For Today (Edited Version)," "Opening Nightmares" And "Dreams And Desires."... more details
 
Lords Of The New Church - The Method To Our Madness The Method To Our Madness
Pop New - LP DPRLP 58 Drastic Plastic
Sealed 2015 Limited, Numbered Edition Violet Colored Vinyl. Amazingly This Is Number 500 Of 500 Copies. In 1982, Punk Legends Stiv Bator (Dead Boys), Brian James (The Damned), Dave Tregunna (Sham 69), And Nick Turner (The Barracudas) Formed The Supergroup The Lords Of The New Church. Their Third Release The Method To Our Madness Was The Last To Feature The Original Lineup. The Album Displayed The Band's Range Of Musical Styles, Surging With Sinister Power And Aggression. The Album Helped To Usher In A New Era Of Post-Punk Rock In The Early ‘80s And Drastic Plastic Records Is Thrilled To Reissue It Back On Vinyl Sounding Better Than Ever.... more details
 

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