Furious

Nervous logo Furious out and about... Ruthless, gritty and hellbent Rock 'n' Roll!!! This trio hail from the streets of Liverpool and are being tipped as the UK's break-out band of the year! With a relentless touring schedule, FURIOUS have been cemented as one of the hardest working and wildest live acts around. Their appeal crosses so many borders and with their self-penned songs about teenage life today, they are turning Britain's kids onto a wild Rock 'n' Roll beat. They have played countless gigs abroad, all over Europe and following two successful tours of Russia, it looks like Furious are set to take America by storm! The critics are already comparing it to the arrival of The Beatles, so prepare yourself, this ain't for the faint hearted! This is the real roots of Rock n' Roll! ... Long may they ROCK!!!
 
Furious - they could be the hottest thing out of Liverpool since - er, Frankie Vaughan.... Yes – Liverpool, the European City of culture that has given the world squillions of guitar based bands over the decades comes up trumps again. Furious started life a few years back, and have been built around the talents of the Halligan brothers – Mark (guitar, piano and vocals) and Andy (guitar, screams and poses). Inspired by their parents' love of Fifties Rock'n'roll (their Dad drives around in a 1958 black Zodiac, and the first thing you see when you walk in the door at their pad is a big jukebox), they started off using members of other bands to provide drums and bass and rapidly made a name for themselves in Punk and Metal clubs in the area. The inmates of these lowlife dives were surprised to find that these young Teddy Boys could create such a wild storm, eschewing the 'golden oldie' route to Rock'n'roll, with screaming vocals and guitar delivered at 110 mph…. Since those wild early days, there have been a few line-up changes, and Mark has swapped his guitar for a double bass and they were joined for a while by their number one fan – another Mark (Fazakerly), and more recently by Jimmy Lee on drums. The sound is as wild and mental as ever, but the 50's Rockabilly 'covers' are gradually being replaced by their own songs and the overall sound is, well, bleedin' terrifyin'! I remember the early days of Crazy Cavan and was even hangin' around the Marquee Club and like places when Punk exploded, but NOTHING is as wild and mental as this lot! The drums pound out a relentless beat, the slappin' bass booms out and the guitar – well, it screams like demented tomcat on heat. The husky vocals are complemented with exciting slap-back echo. This ain't no 'Happy Days' nostalgia – this is the real roots of Rock'n'roll with a plentiful dash of Psychobilly mixed in that will leave you shaken AND stirred…. Elvis really HAS left the building – and he ain't comin' back! Roy Williams 2008
 
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Furious promo video


Furious recordings

EP cover Asbo shuffle (Halligan) *
 
Don't change your style #1 (Halligan) *
 
Pretty little Lilly #1 (Halligan) *
 
All night long #1 (Halligan) *

 
Furious CD cover

 
Hang your head (Halligan) * Cool little Sue (Halligan) *
My eyes run dry (Halligan) * No ifs no buts no maybes (Halligan/Stobbe) *
All night long #2 (Halligan) * Crazy about my whiskey (Halligan) *
Pretty little Lilly #2 (Halligan) * For you (my angel) (Gourmelon) *
Don't change your style #2 (Halligan) * Let it out (Halligan) *
Pill poppin' Annie (Halligan) * Me ald man robbed me bike (Halligan) *
Crazy high school baby (Halligan) * Carry on (Gourmelon) *
Punk bashing boogie (radio edit) (Sibley) Cop. Cont. We are the teds (Gourmelon) *
You're never gonna make it (Halligan) * Punk bashing boogie (pub mix) (Sibley) Cop. Cont.
 
Ten Bob records
 
The Teds don't need a king (Halligan/Hodges) * Flick knife wielding ted (Halligan/Halligan) *
 
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