Disinterred - Live at Leeds Cockpit 2002

by Skeletal Family

So Sure 03:53
This Time 04:52
What Goes Up 03:06
Far & Near 05:38
Restless 03:38
Move 03:58


Skeletal Family - Disinterred - Live- Leeds Cockpit Friday December 05, 2002.

Formed in 1982 in Keighley, West Yorkshire Skeletal Family took their name from "Chant of the Ever-Circling Skeletal Family" from the 1974 David Bowie album Diamond Dogs.

From early days at Bradford University Anne-Marie, Stan, Trotwood &
drummer Howard Daniels soon caught the attention of the notable Radio DJ John Peel, with their single "Trees / Just A Friend". As was habitual with Peel's support the single was boosted into the independent charts.

The band soon signed to independent Red Rhino, releasing their first album "Burning Oil" in 1984, heading out on tour with Sisters of Mercy on their Autumn Black October Tour after being personally requested as support by front Andrew Eldridge.

A series of high profile support slots at places as esteemed as the Marquee Club would follow along with the release of the second album, "Futile Land" which featured the band's most celebrated single 'Promised Land'.

Having moved to Chrysalis Records and with a host of line-up changes throughout the bands twenty-four year history, but they are still going to the present day touring around the UK, USA, South America and Europe, playing all the main Goth festivals.

Track listing:-
1. So Sure
2. This Time
3. Don't Be Denied
4. What Goes Up
5. Far and Near
6. She Goes Alone
7. Restless
8. More
9. Just A Minute
10. Promised Land


released December 1, 2003

Line up for 2002 consisted of:-
Stan Greenwood (Guitars)
Roger "Trotwood" Nowell (Bass)
Martin Henderson (Drums)
Karl Heinz (Treated Keyboards/Sax)
Katrina Phillips (Vocals)
Dante Rosseti (2nd Guitar)

Email skeletalfamily@hotmail.com


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Skeletal Family Leeds, UK

Skeletal Family sprung forth from the industrial wasteland of Keighley, West Yorkshire in the early eighties.

Following the demise of The Elements in December 1982, guitarist Stan Greenwood, bassist Roger 'Trotwood' Nowell, sax/keyboard player Karl Heinz (Spud) and drummer Steve Crane recruited vocalist Anne Marie Hurst and became Skeletal Family.
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