British Lions (album)

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British Lions
British Lions.jpg
Studio album by British Lions
Released February 1978
Genre Rock
Length 74:29
Label Vertigo/RSO
Producer British Lions
British Lions chronology
Shouting and Pointing
(1976)
British Lions
(1977)
Trouble with Women
(1980)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

British Lions is the 1977 eponymous debut album by British Lions, the band consisting mainly of members of MottMorgan Fisher, Ray Major, Pete Overend Watts and Dale Griffin—alongside singer/guitarist John Fiddler, previously of Medicine Head.[2] It was released on the Vertigo label in the UK and the RSO label in the United States. A single "One More Chance to Run" b/w "Booster" was released by Vertigo in the UK to promote the album.

"One More Chance to Run" was covered by Joe Elliott's Down 'n' Outz on their 2010 album My ReGeneration.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by John Fiddler, except where noted.[1]

Original release
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "One More Chance to Run"   3:36
2. "Wild in the Streets" Garland Jeffreys 3:00
3. "Break This Fool" Fiddler, Pete Watts 5:29
4. "International Heroes" Kim Fowley, Kerry Scott 4:19
5. "Fork Talking Man" Fiddler, Morgan Fisher, Watts 4:20
6. "My Life's in Your Hands"   5:17
7. "Big Drift Away"   8:29
8. "Booster" Fiddler, Watts 4:07
9. "Eat the Rich"   3:40

Personnel[edit]

British Lions

Technical

References[edit]