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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Lowlife on Discogs. Label: Encore Records - ENC • Format: Vinyl 12 The Impostors - Lowlife (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(24).
  2. Imposters - Lowlife - hansahisenmesuc.hydrederoredownkeabtefullrespranhya.co Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Account Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl. Go Search Vinyl, January 1, "Please retry" — — — Vinyl — Special offers and product promotions.
  3. Lowlife are a band that I know next-to-nothing about despite them enjoying a recording/performing career of some twelve years in the 80s/90s. All I could have told you was that I was aware of the name, partly from the fact it had been taken from an exceptional album by New Order and from reading somewhere that Will Guthrie, formerly of Cocteau Twins, was a .
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Lowlife - The Seattle Underground Rock Album on Discogs/5(3).
  5. Profile: Lowlife were formed from the remnants of a Psychobilly band called Dead Neighbours. The original Dead Neighbours line up was Craig Lorentson (Vocals), David Steel (Bass), Ronnie Buchanan (Guitar) and Grant McDowall (drums). After one mini LP, David Steel .
  6. The label began in as Lowlife (releases LOW 1 to LOW 3), then changed its name to Life (LOW 4 - LOW 8) before settling down as Lifelike in for the release of Doctor Rockit's 'Indoor Fireworks'. The label was eventually incorporated into Accidental and released its final single, Mugison's 'Sea Y', in
  7. Limited edition of copies. The songs contained on this album were never intended for commercial release. All were recorded on either an ancient portastudio or a two track revox at various times through the summer of '88 and should be .
  8. Lowlife's Diminuendo album was released in on Nightshift Records a label formed specifically made to release music by Lowlife. The album received very good reviews from magazines such as the NME upon release and was played on John Peel's radio 5/5(5).

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