The Cygnet Ring
|The Cygnet Ring|
|Labels||North South Records, Warner|
|Past members||Rus Harrison
Alessio (Alex) D'Alessandro
The Cygnet Ring were a band associated with the Madchester scene of 1989–1991 and best known for their song "Love Crime". The band was founded by singer Rus Harrison who had previously been in a local indie band called Playing At Trains and had gained a cult following around the late 1980s.
The Cygnet Ring released a number of 7" and 12" singles during their existence and recorded one full length album called Hopeful Monsters.
- "18 Daze" (North South 1990)
- "Love Crime" (North South 1991)
- "Pale Guru" (North South 1991)
- "Love Crime" (Warner Music UK 1992)
- "Banjos in Bengal" (Warner Music UK 1992)
- Hopeful Monsters (North South 1992)