The Vibrators

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The Vibrators
Photograph of the band The Vibrators
Current line-up. L to R: Nigel Bennett, Pete Honkamaki, Eddie Edwards
Background information
OriginLondon, England
GenresPunk rock
Years active1976–present
LabelsCleopatra,[1] Rak, Columbia, Epic, Anagram, Rat Race, Ram Records, Carrere, FM/Revolver, Dojo, Track
MembersNigel Bennett
Pete Honkamaki
John ‘Eddie’ Edwards
Past member(s)Ian Carnochan (Knox)
Pat Collier
John Ellis
Gary Tibbs
Dave Birch
Don Snow
Ben Brierly
Greg van Cook
Kip
Ian Woodcock
Phil Ram
Adrian Wyatt
Noel Thompson
Mickie Owen
Mark Duncan
Darrell Bath
Nick Peckham
Robbie Tart
WebsiteThe Vibrators' official site

The Vibrators are a British punk rock band that formed in 1976.

The band signed to Epic Records in early 1977. Their debut album, Pure Mania was co-produced with Robin Mayhew, the sound engineer for David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust live shows, and reached the top 50 of the UK Albums Chart.

References[change | change source]

  1. Mark Deming "The Vibrators - Discography" "AllMusic.com" Retrieved Oct. 30, 2017