He is one of Australia's most influential and highly regarded musicians with over twenty solo albums to his credit.Hay left again before the next album was released in Australia in 1982 as I Thought This Was Love, But This Ain't Casablanca on Mushroom Records and elsewhere as Out in the Jungle...In 1975, contemporaneously with American punk rock band the Ramones, The Saints were employing the fast tempos, raucous vocals and "buzz saw" guitar that characterised early punk rock.
The album reached the Top 100 on the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart. During 1978, relations between Kuepper and Bailey had deteriorated, with Bailey preferring rock and pop songs and Kuepper pursuing less commercial and more intellectual material.The Saints are a rock band, originating in Brisbane, Australia founded by Chris Bailey (singer-songwriter, later guitarist), Ivor Hay (drummer), and Ed Kuepper (guitarist-songwriter) in 1974. internet partnersuche Köln Alongside mainstay Bailey, the group has had numerous line-ups.By 2005, the group had re-located to Amsterdam, Netherlands, with Bailey were the line-up of Marty Willson-Piper on guitar, Caspar Wijnberg on bass guitar and Pete Wilkinson on drums.They issued Nothing Is Straight in My House in 2005 and after Willson-Piper left they released Imperious Delirium in 2006.
Finally Hay, Kuepper and Ward left the group in early 1979.Kuepper returned to Australia and followed a more avant-garde direction with Laughing Clowns, which would frequently feature brass, and later, the punkish The Aints.The Saints distributed the single themselves, on their own Fatal label, sending it to overseas record companies and magazines. There's a tendency to blabber mindlessly about this single, it's so bloody incredible [...] for some reason Australian record companies think the band lack commercial potential. The New Orleans Saints have been sold out on a season-ticket basis since the beginning of the 2006 season.
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All Fools Day peaked in the Top 30 on the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart in April 1986.
Bailey also has a solo career and had relocated to Sweden by 1994.
In 1984, Bailey was based in Sydney, and The Saints' album, A Little Madness to Be Free, was released in July on RCA with production credited to Lurax Debris (Bailey's pseudonym).
By 1985, The Saints were Bailey, Richard Burgman on guitar (ex-The Sunnyboys) and Arturo 'Archie' Larizza on bass guitar (The Innocents), while Louise Elliot on saxophone and Jeffrey Wegener on drums (both ex-Laughing Clowns) completed the line-up.