Ugly Man Records

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Ugly Man Records
Founded 1986
Founder Andrew and Guy Lovelady
Distributor(s) Red Rhino Records, APT, Shellshock
Genre Independent Music
Country of origin United Kingdom
Location Bootle, Merseyside

Ugly Man Records was started as a Manchester-based independent record label, but it is now based in Rhos on Sea. The label released debut singles for many Manchester bands, including Elbow, the Man From Delmonte and I Am Kloot. Ugly Man Records was set up in Bootle, Merseyside in 1986 with the release of "Wonderful Life" by the Liverpool based band, Black. This debut release reached number 72 in the UK Singles Chart.[1]

Previously on Ugly Man Records[edit]

Artists who have worked with Ugly Man Records

  • Black
  • Grown Up Strange
  • The Danny Boys
  • Man From Delmonte
  • Gayna Rose Madder[2]
  • The Desert Wolves
  • Dub Sex
  • The County Fathers[3]
  • Ambitious Beggars
  • Too Much Texas
  • Fallover 24
  • Jylt
  • Arthur Magee
  • I Am Kloot
  • Elbow[4]
  • Sleepwalker
  • Loafer
  • Bryan Glancy[5]
  • Indigo Jones
  • Silverman
  • The Milk & Honey Band
  • Josephine Oniyama
  • Vinny Peculiar
  • Tompaulin
  • Monomania
  • Sandbox
  • Sandy Kilpatrick

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ChartArchive - Singles Chart - 27/09/1986". Archive.is. Retrieved 2014-08-19. 
  2. ^ "GAYNA". Bubbyworld.com. Retrieved 2014-08-19. 
  3. ^ Showbusiness Diary of a RocknRoll Nobody. Mark Radcliffe. Sceptre, 1998. 1998 paperback: ISBN 0-340-71566-9
  4. ^ Reluctant Heroes, Mick Middles,Omnibus Press, 2009 paperback: ISBN 978-1-84772-860-9
  5. ^ "Remembering Bryan". BBC.co.uk. Retrieved 2014-08-19. 

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