The Gun Club Vinyl, CD & tapes by The Gun Club at Norman Records

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The Pastoral Hide & Seek

The Gun Club were a riotous American blues and punk band led by former Blondie fan club secretary and almost Debbie Harry lookalike Jeffrey Lee Pierce. The Pastoral Hide & Seek was one of their later albums released in 1990 by Fire. It is one of their most complex and intense offerings and this issue comes with a previously unreleased on vinyl cover of a Jefferson Airplane's Eskimo Blue Day. 
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Elvis From Hell

Elvis From Hell by The Gun Club is a new two LP set of rarities from the Californian post-punk-cowpunk outfit. The four sides are split between their first demo recordings from 1981, their first on-air radio performance from New York in 1982,  a bunch of acoustic rarities from flamboyant singer Jeffrey Lee Pierce and an essential live recording of the band captured on 1993 European tour. It all comes tastefully packaged in a gatefold sleeve. Essential for Gun Club fans the world over! Limited to 500 copies on Bang!
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Ahmed's Wild Dream

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Lucky Jim

Reissue of the last album recorded by The Gun Club founder Jeffrey Lee Pierce, first released in 1993. They are still unique in their vicious combination of post-punk and country. Lucky Jim is by far the darkest entry in their discography as the band grappled with identity, death, and belonging. 
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Mother Juno

These weird avant punks blended a garage rock sound with rockabilly and raw energy to subvert the expectations laid down by their genre, taking influence from post-punk and all its weird offshoots. The Gun Club originally released the often more traditional 'Mother Juno' in 1987, and it now sees reissue by Bang! Records.
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Death Party

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Las Vegas Story

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