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Gaye Bykers on Acid

Gaye Bykers on Acid

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Hawkwind, Gaye Bikers on Acid et al: Acid Daze, Finsbury Park

Live Review by Barbara Ellen, David Quantick, New Musical Express, 5 September 1987


Gaye Bykers On Acid: Stewed To The Gills (Virgin)

Review by Ian Gittins, Melody Maker, 25 February 1989

STEWED TO The Gills is not a total pile of doggy-doo. This comes as a shock. You expect a mess, somehow, from the Bykers, with ...

Gaye Bykers On Acid: Jericho Tavern, Oxford

Live Review by John Harris, Sounds, 12 May 1990

TONIGHT'S PERFORMANCE provided final proof that the Bykers are still today's definitive rock nutters. ...

Gaye Bykers on Acid: Hail Mary and Three How's Your Fathers!

Report and Interview by Neil Perry, Sounds, 14 May 1988

GAYE BYKERS ON ACID might hove dug a hole for themselves with their debut LP, but their new material, showcased on tour in the USA, unearths bykerdelia ...

Gaye Bykers On Acid, Bogshed: Sir George Robey, Finsbury Park, London

Live Review by Roy Wilkinson, Sounds, 3 January 1987

ON A BLANKLY bleak winter's night in a blandly ugly corner of North London, a mouldy pub's been temporarily possessed by a terminally dispossessed assortment ...

Gaye Bykers On Acid: Camden Palace, London

Live Review by Steven Wells, New Musical Express, 16 May 1987

THO' THEY dilly dally mightily with the inherently sloppy imagery of psychedelic flip-foppery, the Bykers are in reality as hard and as disciplined as a ...


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