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The Housemartins


The Housemartins were an indie pop/alternative rock band which formed in 1983 in Kingston upon Hull, England. At its formation the band consisted of Paul Heaton (vocals), Stan Cullimore (guitar), Ted Key (bass) and Chris Lang (drums). The band's membership changed quite a lot over the years. Ted Key was replaced by Norman Cook (who later became internationally famous as big beat musician Fatboy Slim) and drummer Chris Lang was replaced by Hugh Whitaker, former drummer with The Gargoyles, who in turn was replaced with Dave Hemingway. The band split in 1988.

Albums The Housemartins

11 played on Radionomy

  • London O Hull 4

  • London 0 Hull 4 - Deluxe E Album Set

  • Soup

  • The Best Of

  • The Housemartins - Live At The BBC

  • Live At The Bbc

  • The People Who Grinned Themselves To Death

  • The Best of the Housemartins

  • Now That's What I Call Quite Good

  • Now That's What I Call Quite Good!

  • London 0 Hull 4