Origin: England
Genres: Hard Rock

Girl  


A hard rock/borderline metal band from the early eighties, Girl is historically significant for being an early band for Phil Lewis (later of LA Guns) and Phil Collen (later of Def Leppard). With the exception of a few songs from the debut, most of their material was in the poppy hard rock arena rather than real metal. They did garner some decent reviews at the time but never really made any serious inroads to stardom. It's not clear whether Collen's and Lewis' departures caused the band to fold or if they left after the breakup of the band.

Current Members

Phil Lewis

vocals

Gerry Laffy

guitars

Phil Collen

guitars (Def Leppard)

Simon Laffy

bass

Pete Barnacle

drums

Former Members/Guests

Dave Gaynor

drums


Discography



Sheer Greed 
1980 CBS
  1. Hollywood Tease
  2. The Things You Say
  3. Lovely Lorraine
  4. Strawberries
  5. Little Miss Ann
  6. Doctor, Doctor
  7. Do You Love Me
  8. Take Me Dancing
  9. Whats Up
  10. Passing Clouds
  11. My Number
  12. Heartbreak America
  • Phil Lewis
  • Gerry Laffy
  • Phil Collen
  • Simon Laffy
  • Dave Gaynor




Wasted Youth 
1982 CBS
  1. Thru The Twilight
  2. Old Dogs
  3. Ice In The Blood
  4. Wasted Youth
  5. Standard Romance
  6. Nice 'N' Nasty
  7. McKitty's Back
  8. 19
  9. Overnight Angels
  10. Sweet Kids
  • Phil Lewis
  • Gerry Laffy
  • Phil Collen
  • Simon Laffy
  • Pete Barnacle


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