Band Name Baby Tuckoo. Album Name First Born. Members owning this album7. Re-Issue in 1986 by Albion Records. 2. Things (Aint Always What They Seem).
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First Born is a nwobhm music album recording by BABY TUCKOO released in 1984 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. BABY TUCKOO - First Born. com - the ultimate metal music online community, from the creators of progarchives. Filed under NWoBHM By BABY TUCKOO. A1 Hot Wheels A2 Things (Ain't Always What They Seem) A3 What's It Worth A4 Holdin' On B1 Mony Mony B2 . B3 Baby's Rockin' Tonight B4 Broken Heart B5 Sweet Rock 'N' Roll.
Band Baby Tuckoo Info: First Born Style: Hard Rock Years: 1984 Info: MP3 CBR 192 kbs Info: 5. 4 Mb Info: UK Tracklist: 01 - Hot Wheels. Band Baby Tuckoo Info: First Born Style: Hard Rock Years: 1984 Info: MP3 CBR 192 kbs Info: 5. 4 Mb Info: UK. Tracklist: 01 - Hot Wheels. 02 - Things (Ain't Always What We Seem). 03 - What's It Worth.
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Baby Tuckoo was an English hard rock band, formed in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England in 1982. Their name is taken from the James Joyce novel A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. They were generally considered a part of the new wave of British heavy metal. They released two albums with Rob Armitage (vocals), Neil Saxton (guitar), Andy Barrott (keyboards), Paul Smith (bass) and Tony Sugden (drums) . 1984: First Born (Ultranoise). 1986: Force Majeure (Music for Nations). Singles and EPs. 1984: "Mony Mony" (Albion) - single. Rockdetector's page about Baby Tuckoo. The New Wave Of British Heavy Metal Encyclopedia by Malc Macmillan, Iron Pages, 2001, p. 57. They released two albums with Rob Armitage (vocals), Neil Saxton (guitar), Andy Barrott (keyboards), Paul Smith (bass) and Tony Sugden (drums) Armitage left to join Accept in 1987, but was replaced by the American David Reec.