PULLS from the PAST: Screamin’ Lord Sutch

Screamin Lord Sutch: the original horror punk

Screamin Lord Sutch: the original horror punk

LISTEN HERE: “She’s Fallen in Love with a Monster Man”

You best recognize that Screamin Lord Sutch is an OG horror rock P.I.M.P! The answer to America’s Screamin Jay Hawkins from across the pond in England, Lord Sutch was to Screamin Jay as The Munsters were to The Addams Family. In many ways The Lord paved the way for acts like, the black leather warrior, Alice Cooper and horror punk fiends, the Misfits as well as brought his punk swagger into politics by starting a political party for teenagers who were not allowed to vote in England until the age of 21. Originally known as the National Teenage Party, it is now called THE OFFICIAL MONSTER RAVING LOONY PARTY. gangster…
RIP Lord Sutch… your music still pulls, HAAAAARRRRRRRRRDDD
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~ by foreverfuture on August 6, 2009.

One Response to “PULLS from the PAST: Screamin’ Lord Sutch”

  1. The Ravings of a Monster Raving Loony : Election Countdown.
    By lordtobyjug
    A loony time had by all at this years party conference, all prospective official loony candidates and delegates were encouraged to spend as much as they could at the bar of The Raven Hotel, in Hook, Hampshire, and put it on their expenses ! We, the party faithful, are determined to field fifty candidates at the next general election, if we do, we will qualify for our first party political broadcast. It will be the only one people actually watch and don’t go and make a cup of tea !

    Tags: Put it On Your Expenses

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