Personnel:
Kevin Tomkins: Vocals, Electronics and additional instruments.
Paul Taylor: Guitar, Electronics and additional instruments.

Sutcliffe Jügend formed around 1980 and were one of the pioneers of music. They released a prodigious amount of recorded material culminating in the 1982 release of the epic 10-hour box set, ‘We Spit On Their Graves’, which was subsequently bootlegged into LP format. The group disbanded when Kevin Tomkins joined Whitehouse, touring with them extensively and performing on the albums ‘Right To Kill’ and ‘Great White Death’. He remained with them until 1985, when he left London to get married and raise a family - much to the surprise of many.

In 1993 Kevin and Paul formed the group Bodychoke, under which four albums were released. In 1995 they decided to restart Sutcliffe Jügend. A series of acclaimed releases followed, resulting in their first ever live action in 2005. The group continues to record and perform.

Edited by corytester on 15 Feb 2010, 20:18

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