The Screamers were part of the first wave of L.A. punk bands, active in 1977-1981. They cleared new paths for the sound and image of rock music, abandoning electric guitars for a keyboard-based sound, as well as embracing video and theatrics in a manner that put them far ahead of their time. However, the band never released a record and outside of several bootlegs of demos and live performances, there has never been an official aural document of their trailblazing music.

Tomata du Plenty (David Xavier Harrigan) - Lead Vocals
Tommy Gear - Arp Odyssey, Vocals
Keith Barrett - Drums
David Brown - Fender Rhodes [Spring 1977 - Fall 1977]
Jeff McGregor - Fender Rhodes [Fall 1977 - April 1978]
Paul Roessler - Fender Rhodes [April 1978 - June 1981]
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none Screamers - The Scream illustration d'album Screamers The Scream(Acetate, 10", S/Sided) Not On Label none US 1979 Vendre cette version


EXTR9, XER-001 Screamers - In A Better World illustration d'album Screamers In A Better World (Comp) Extravertigo Recordings, Xeroid Records EXTR9, XER-001 US 2001 Vendre cette version


DR-4422 Screamers - Live In San Francisco: Sept 2nd 1978 illustration d'album Screamers Live In San Francisco: Sept 2nd 1978(DVD-V, RE, NTSC) Target Video DR-4422 US 2004 Vendre cette version