Thatcher on Acid
|Thatcher on Acid|
|Labels||All the Madmen, Agit-Prop|
Thatcher on Acid were an English anarcho-punk band. They formed in Somerset during 1983. Their name is a satirical reference to former U.K. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Ben Corrigan, Bob Butler and Andy Tuck also played in Schwartzeneggar with ex-Crass member, Steve Ignorant. The band opened the anarcho-punk band Conflict's "Gathering of the 5000" show at Brixton Academy, which event resulted in many arrests and achieved a degree of infamy.
Singles & EPs
- Moondance (1986 - 12" - All the Madmen)
- Flannel 905 (1990 - 7" - Rugger Bugger Discs)
- Thatcher On Acid Meets Steerpike - The Illusion Of Being Together (1990 - 12" - Meantime Records)
- Can We Laugh Now? / No Fucking War (1992 - Split EP with 7 Year Bitch - Clawfist Records)
- Yo Yo Man (1992 - 7" - K Records)
- "Frank" Jr. (1992 - 7" - Subcorridor Records)
- Chagrin (1992 - 7" - Desperate Attempt Records)
- Curdled (1987 - All the Madmen)
- Frank (1991 - Agit-Prop)
- Squib (1994 - Split CD with Wat Tyler named Yurp Thing - Allied Records)
Compilations & Lives
- Thatcher On Acid (1988 - also known as Garlic - Rugger Bugger Records)
- Curdled/The Moondance (1997 - reissued of first LP plus first 12" - Broken Rekids Record)
- Pressing: 84-91 (1995 - Desperate Attempt Records)
- Ben Corrigan - Guitar/Vocals
- Mat - Bass/Vocals
- Martin - Drums (1983–1987)
- Andy Tuck - Drums (1987 onwards)
- Bob Butler - Bass
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