Lodestar (band)

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Lodestar
Genres Progressive rock
Years active 1996 (1996)–present

Lodestar was an experimental progressive rock band formed in 1996 by Heitham Al-Sayed (Lead Vocalist), John Morgan (Drums) and "Haggis" (Sound Engineer) after they left Senser.

The band released two singles, and gigged across the UK in 1997, including a support slot at the London Astoria with Tool.[1]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Lodestar CD Album [TOPPCD049] (A&M 1996)[2]
    1. Another Day
    2. Salter's Ducks
    3. Wait A Minute
    4. Representative
    5. By Halves
    6. Better Late Than Never
    7. Aftertaste
    8. Worthwhile
    9. Soiled Blood
    10. Down In The Mud
    11. Iliac Crest
  • Lodestar 12" Vinyl Album [TOPPLP049]

Same as above

Singles[edit]

  • Another Day CD [TOPP046CD] (1996)
    1. Another Day
    2. All You Need
    3. 11/8 Koroviev
  • Another Day 7" Vinyl [TOPP046] (1996)
    1. Another Day
    2. Force Of Habit
  • Another Day 12" Vinyl [TOPP046T] (Ultimate Records 1996)
    1. Another Day
    2. All You Need
    3. 11/8 Koroviev
  • Down in the Mud CD [FEZ001CD] (A&M 1997)[2]
    1. Down In The Mud
    2. Neat, Neat, Neat
    3. Down In The Mud (Primitive Edit)
    4. Horse
  • Down in the Mud 7" Vinyl [FEZ001] (1997)
    1. Down In The Mud
    2. Somnopolis

Promos[edit]

  • Another Day CD (1996)
    1. Another Day
    2. All You Need
    3. 11/8 Koroviev
  • Another Day 12" Vinyl [UKPROMO8T] (1996)
    1. Another Day
    2. Down In The Mud (Primitive Edit)
  • Down In The Mud CD (1997)
    1. Down In The Mud (Radio Edit)
    2. Down In The Mud (Primitive Club Mix)
    3. Salter's Ducks (Alternate Mix)
    4. Aftertaste
    5. Down In The Mud
  • Sampler (Ultimate Records 1997)
    1. Down In The Mud (Radio Edit) (3:38)
    2. Down In The Mud (Primitive Club Mix) (4:19)
    3. Salter's Ducks (Alternate Mix) (4:08)
    4. Aftertaste (4:41)
    5. Down In The Mud (4:16)

Members[edit]

  • Heitham Al-Sayed (Vocals, 1995–1997)
  • John Morgan (Drums, 1995–1997)
  • "Haggis" (Bass, 1995–1997)
  • Jules Hodgson (Guitar, 1995–1997)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tool, Lodestar, Foil: The Astoria, London". Kerrang.com. Retrieved 2009-08-31. 
  2. ^ a b "Discogs: Lodestar". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2009-08-31. 

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