Fudge Tunnel

Fudge Tunnel

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Fudge Tunnel were formed in Nottingham, UK, in 1988. The original line up consisted of Alex Newport (guitar/vocals), Adrian Parkin (drums), David Ryley (bass).

After making two ep's for Pigboy (Vinyl Solution), the band signed with Earache Records.

Their debut album "Hate Songs in E Minor" attracted press interest after the original album artwork was confiscated by Nottingham Vice Squad. Fudge Tunnel's reputation was built around their massive guitar sound and ironic sense of humor, which didn't always endear them to the music press.

After they released their third album "The Complicated Futility Of Ignorance" they decided there was nothing more to be said and the band ceased to exist.
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Fudge Tunnel Discography

Albums

ZK 90889 Fudge Tunnel Hate Songs In E Minor (Album) Earache ZK 90889 Canada 1991 Sell This Version
MOSH64CDL Fudge Tunnel Creep Diets (Album) Earache MOSH64CDL UK 1992 Sell This Version
MOSH 119 CS Fudge Tunnel The Complicated Futility Of Ignorance (Album) Earache MOSH 119 CS US 1994 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

PIG 2 Fudge Tunnel Sex Mammoth(7") Pigboy Records PIG 2 UK 1989 Sell This Version
12 PIG 4 Fudge Tunnel The Sweet Sound Of Excess Pigboy Records 12 PIG 4 UK 1990 Sell This Version
RPROCD-0131 Fudge Tunnel Sunshine Of Your Love(CD, Single) Relativity RPROCD-0131 US 1991 Sell This Version
7MOSH36 Fudge Tunnel Joined At The Dick(7", Single) Earache 7MOSH36 UK 1991 Sell This Version
MOSH 57 T Fudge Tunnel Teeth EP (EP) Earache MOSH 57 T UK 1992 Sell This Version
CSK 5362 Fudge Tunnel Grey(CD, Single, Promo) Columbia CSK 5362 US 1993 Sell This Version
CSK 5567 Fudge Tunnel 10%(CD, Single, Promo) Columbia CSK 5567 US 1993 Sell This Version
7MOSH124 Fudge Tunnel The Joy Of Irony(7") Earache 7MOSH124 UK 1994 Sell This Version

Compilations

OINK 11 Fudge Tunnel Fudgecake (Comp) Pigboy Records OINK 11 UK 1992 Sell This Version
MOSH 99CD Fudge Tunnel In A Word (Comp) Earache MOSH 99CD US 1995 Sell This Version

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Alastis

Alastis

February 27, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
FT were one of the best post-Big Black noise-rock bands, many of which came and go during the period of early to mid 90s. And when I say "rock", I do mean that they played rock music, unlike, say, Bon Jovi. The music itself is punishing, mean and loud - just the way it should be, no whiny ballads or other kinds of filler. But the issue here is that they couldn't keep it together for long and were more or less over in just 5 or 6 years after working together. The same thing happened to almost all of noise rock giants of the period and those who did survived reportedly don't look and sound their best. What a shame.

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