Flesh For Lulu

Flesh For Lulu

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Rock band formed in Brixton, London, UK, and was active between 1982 and 1992.
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Flesh For Lulu Discography

Albums

Flesh For Lulu Flesh For Lulu (Album) Polydor UK 1984 Sell This Version
Flesh For Lulu Big Fun City (Album, EP) Statik Records UK 1985 Sell This Version
LP39 Flesh For Lulu Fresh Flesh(LP) Dojo LP39 France 1986 Sell This Version
Flesh For Lulu Long Live The New Flesh (Album) Beggars Banquet Philippines 1987 Sell This Version
Flesh For Lulu Plastic Fantastic (Album) Capitol Records Italy 1989 Sell This Version
SPRO-79992/79993 Flesh For Lulu Final Vinyl (And Live Flesh)(LP, Promo, Red) Capitol Records SPRO-79992/79993 US 1990 Sell This Version
Corp 085 Flesh For Lulu Gigantic(CD, Album) Corporate-Risk Products Corp 085 UK 2007 Sell This Version
2009 Corporate-Risk Products Flesh For Lulu The Best Of Flesh For Lulu (Re-Recorded)(File, AAC, MP3, Album) Corporate-Risk Products 2009 Corporate-Risk Products UK 2009

Singles & EPs

Flesh For Lulu Roman Candle EP (EP) Polydor, Polydor, Polydor France 1983 Sell This Version
Flesh For Lulu Restless (Single) Polydor, Polydor UK 1984 Sell This Version
Flesh 4 Lulu* Subterraneans (Single) Polydor UK 1984 Sell This Version
Flesh For Lulu Baby Hurricane (Maxi) Statik Records UK 1985 Sell This Version
Flesh For Lulu Blue Sisters Swing (EP) Virgin, Hybrid Records Germany 1985 Sell This Version
VIC-235 Flesh For Lulu Seven Hail Marys(7", Single) Statik Records VIC-235 Spain 1985 Sell This Version
Flesh For Lulu Idol (Single) Beggars Banquet UK 1986 Sell This Version
Flesh For Lulu / The Apartments Flesh For Lulu / The Apartments - I Go Crazy / The Shyest Time (Single) MCA Records Philippines 1987 Sell This Version
Flesh For Lulu Siamese Twist (Single) Beggars Banquet UK 1987 Sell This Version
Flesh For Lulu Postcards From Paradise (Single) Beggars Banquet UK 1987 Sell This Version
Flesh For Lulu I Go Crazy (Maxi, Single) MCA Records US 1987 Sell This Version
FFF 1 Flesh For Lulu / Passion Fodder Flesh For Lulu / Passion Fodder - Good For You / Heart Hunters(7", Single, Promo) Beggars Banquet FFF 1 UK 1987 Sell This Version
Flesh For Lulu Every Little Word (Single) Capitol Records US 1989 Sell This Version
Flesh For Lulu Decline & Fall (Maxi) Beggars Banquet UK 1989 Sell This Version
Flesh For Lulu Time And Space (Maxi, EP, Single) Beggars Banquet US 1989 Sell This Version
CD45-2041 Flesh For Lulu She Was(CD, Single, Promo) MCA Records CD45-2041 US 1991 Sell This Version
Corp084 Flesh For Lulu Cold Flame(7", Single) Corporate-Risk Products Corp084 UK 2007 Sell This Version

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Kadee1

Kadee1

March 11, 2017
Update March 2017: Recently purchased Flesh for Lulu's Plastic Fantastic, 3rd CD/lp & it's wonderful, too! Apparently, they had gotten tagged as a "Goth/post-punk" band & that was not popular at that time; well, perhaps, Goth was in England. If airwaves back then had played fairly, they were really pretty straight-up rock and would've certainly have given U2 and Bono a run for their money, as Nick Marsh is similar singing, but blows Bono away!!! And, if you have a turntable, definitely check out & get their self-titled debut (which isn't available in CD format). It's actually the very best one & covers multiple rock genre's & all equally outstanding! Why do we lose all the best ones? RIP Nick Marsh.
Kadee1

Kadee1

June 27, 2016
edited 12 months ago
Somehow I discovered Flesh for Lulu's "Long Live The New Flesh" around 20 years after its' original release (have no idea how!) Had it been released anytime from '80-'83 ('84 might be stretching it a bit), it would have been HUGE, but by '87, at least in U.S., music had moved on to other sounds & also by '83 or 4 -'90 INXS had exploded & ruled 80's airplay!! Sometimes, "timing really IS everything". I just played "Long Live The New Flesh" again, last night (LOVE IT STILL!) & think it's much too bad Nick Marsh R.I.P. passed last year, because I think if it were re-released now, it would be a HIT (definitely in Britain & probably most of the rest of the world; can't be so sure about U.S. as it doesn't necessarily follow suit with what's popular elsewhere, with some homegrown exceptions, i.e. Lenny Kravitz & Garbage & some musicians referred to in following sentence: Obviously, other American musicians felt the same about Flesh For Lulu with Paul Westerberg (The Replacements) and Goo Goo Dolls both covering "Postcards From Paradise". I also love "I Go Crazy" & do! for the entire "Long Live The New Flesh" CD" (which, at the time purchased, bought used, but while case has seen better days, disc is still going strong..."knock wood"!!)
sklerici

sklerici

January 6, 2016
i'm really not agree you can call their first record "pop rock". anyway, that's their karma: to be fucked up by definitions: the best interpretation of the rolling/beggars sound in a post punk key was largely misunderstood; for the critics they were just a goth band (that the gothic listeners, obviously, didn't like).

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