Mick Farren - Vampires Stole My Lunch Money | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. Trouble Coming Every Day
2. Half Price Drinks
3. I Don't Want to Go This Way
4. I Want to Drink
5. Son of a Millionaire
6. Zombie Line
7. Bela Lugosi
8. People Call You Crazy
9. Fast Eddie 1
10. Let Me in, Damn You 1
11. (I Know from) Self Destruction 1
12. Drunk in the Morning

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Vampires Stole My Lunch Money is a 1978 album by the UK underground artist Mick Farren.  Farren had left music performance after his 1970 album Mona - The Carnivorous Circus to concentrate on journalism and writing. However, in 1976 he had the opportunity whilst in New York to record the single "Play with Fire"/"Lost Johnny" reigniting his interest in performing again. The Screwed Up EP followed in 1977, recorded for Stiff Records and featuring Larry Wallis, Paul Rudolph, Alan Powell and Andy Colquhoun