The Armoury Show

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Scottish new wave band
Active between 1983 - 1988 they released one album and six singles. Comprised of two ex-Magazine members (John McGeoch (guitar) and John Doyle (drums)) and two ex-members of Skids (Russell Webb (bass) and Richard Jobson (vocals)). In 1986 John McGeoch departed to join Public Image Limited and John Doyle went on to play with ex-Buzzcocks, Pete Shelley. They were replaced by David Lockwood (guitar) and Ray Weston (drums), respectively and the new line up recorded two singles "Love in Anger" and "New York City" that were to be included on their second album that was never released because they disbanded in 1988. The songs written for this second album, emerged in the solo album of Richard Jobson, "Badman" in 1988.
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Albums

The Armoury Show - Waiting For The Floods album art The Armoury Show Waiting For The Floods (Album) Parlophone, Parlophone, EMI New Zealand 1985 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

The Armoury Show - We Can Be Brave Again album art The Armoury Show We Can Be Brave Again (Single) Parlophone UK 1984 Sell This Version
The Armoury Show - Castles In Spain album art The Armoury Show Castles In Spain (Single, Maxi) Parlophone Australia 1984 Sell This Version
The Armoury Show - Glory Of Love album art The Armoury Show Glory Of Love (Single) Parlophone UK 1985 Sell This Version
SPRO-9527 The Armoury Show - Sense Of Freedom album art The Armoury Show Sense Of Freedom(12", Single, Promo) EMI America SPRO-9527 US 1985 Sell This Version
The Armoury Show - New York City album art The Armoury Show New York City (Single) Parlophone UK 1987 Sell This Version
The Armoury Show - Love In Anger album art The Armoury Show Love In Anger (Single, Maxi) Parlophone, Parlophone UK 1987 Sell This Version