The Cult: Discography of the Moment

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The Cult are a rock band that started out as Southern Death Cult in Yorkshire, England in 1981. After releasing a couple of singles, they changed their name to Death Cult and then shortly after, just Cult.

Cult Web Resources:

The Cult official site
The Cult Facebook page
The Cult on Last.fm
The Cult on Twitter
The Cult Wikipedia article

Discography:

The Southern Death Cult
Released in 1983 by Situation Two Records.
Produced by Mick Glossop and Mike Hedges.
Band lineup:
Ian Astbury – vocals; David Burroughs – guitar; Barry Jepson – bass; Aky Nawaz Quershi – drums.
Tracks: 15
Fatman. Moya. The Girl. All Glory. Today. False Faces. Flowers in the Forest. Patriot. The Crypt. Crow. Faith. Vivisection. Apache. Moya Remix. Fatman Remix.

Brothers Grimm
Released in July 1983 by Situation Two Records.
Produced by Jeremy Green.
Band lineup:
Ian Astbury – vocals; Billy Duffy – guitar; Jamie Stewart – bass; Ray Mondo – drums
Tracks: 4
Brothers Grimm. Ghost Dance. Horse Nation. Christians.

Gods Zoo
Released in October 1983 by Situation Two.
Produced by Jeremy Green.
Band lineup changes:
Nigel Preston replaced Ray Mondo on drums.
Tracks: 2
Gods Zoo. Gods Zoo These Times.

Dreamtime
Released in September 1984 by Beggars Banquet.
Produced by John Brand and Chris Kimsey.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 10
Horse Nation. Spiritwalker. 83rd Dream. Butterflies. Go West. Gimmick. A Flower in the Desert. Dreamtime. Rider in the Snow. Bad Medicine Waltz.
Charts:
#21 on the UK Albums chart.

Love
Released in October 1985 by Beggars Banquet/Sire Records.
Produced by Steve Brown.
Band lineup changes:
Mark Brzezicki replaced Nigel Preston on drums.
Tracks: 10
Nirvana. Big Neon Glitter. Love. Brother Wolf Sister Moon. Rain. The Phoenix. Hollow Man. Revolution. She Sells Sanctuary. Black Angel.

Live at the Lyceum
Live album released in September 1986 by PolyGram Records.
Produced by Tim Summerhayes and The Cult.
Tracks: 9
83rd Dream. Gods Zoo. Bad Medicine. Dreamtime. Christians. Horse Nation. Bone Bag. Brothers Grimm. Moya.

Electric
Released in April 1987 by Beggars Banquet/Sire.
Produced by Rick Rubin.
Band lineup changes:
Les Warner replaced Mark Brzezicki on drums.
Tracks: 11
Wild Flowers. Peace Dog. Lil Devil. Aphrodisiac Jacket. Electric Ocean. Bad Fun. King Contrary Man. Love Removal Machine. Born to be Wild. Outlaw. Memphis Hip Shake.

Death Cult
Compilation album released in 1988 by Situation Two.
Tracks: 6
This is a compilation of the Brothers Grimm and Gods Zoo EPs.

Sonic Temple
Released in April 1989 by Beggars Banquet/Sire.
Produced by Rick Rubin.
Band lineup changes:
Mickey Curry replaced Les Warner on drums.
Tracks: 10
Sun King. Fire Woman. American Horse. Edid (Ciao Baby). Sweet Soul Sister. Soul Asylum. New York City. Automatic Blues. Soldier Blue. Wake Up Time for Freedom.
Charts:
#10 on the US Billboard 200.
#3 on the UK Albums Chart.

Ceremony
Released in September 1991 by Beggars Banquet/Sire.
Produced by Richie Zito.
Band lineup changes:
Jamie Stewart left the band. Bass on this album was played by session musician Charley Drayton.
Tracks: 13
Ceremony. Wild Hearted Son. Earth Mofo. White. If. Full Tilt. Heart of Soul. Bangkok Rain. Indian. Sweet Salvation. Wonderland. No 13. Bleeding Heart Graffiti.

Pure Cult: For Rockers, Ravers, Lovers and Sinners
Compilation album released in February 1993 by Beggars Banquet.
Tracks: 18

Live at the Marquee
Live album released in February 1993 by Beggars Banquet.
Produced by The Cult.
Tracks: 18
Nirvana. Lil Devil. Spiritwalker. Horse Nation. Zap City. Brother Wolf Sister Moon. Revolution. Love. Rain. The Phoenix. Wild Flower. She Sells Sanctuary. Full Tilt. amp breakdown. Peace Dog. Love Removal Machine. Earth Mofo. Fire Woman.

The Cult
Released in October 1994 by Beggars Banquet/Sire.
Produced by Bob Rock.
Band lineup:
Ian Astbury – vocals; Billy Duffy – guitar; Craig Adams – bass; Scott Garrett – drums.
Tracks: 12
Gone. Coming Down. Real Grrrl. Black Sun. Naturally High. Joy. Star. Sacred Life. Be Free. Universal You. Emperors New Horse. Saints are Down.

High Octane Cult
Compilation album released in November 1996 by Beggars Banquet.
Tracks: 18

Ghost Dance
Compilation album released in 1996 by Beggars Banquet.
Tracks: 10
This is a compilation of the Brothers Grimm and Gods Zoo EPs + 4 extra tracks:
A Flower in the Desert. Too Young. Butterflies. With Love.

Pure Cult: The Singles
Compilation album released in June 2000 by Beggars Banquet.
Tracks: 19

The Best of Rare Cult
Compilation album released in November 2000 by Beggars Banquet.
Tracks: 15

Beyond Good and Evil
Released in June 2001 by Atlantic Records.
Produced by Bob Rock.
Band lineup changes:
Scott Garrett left the band and was replaced on drums by Matt Sorum.
Craig Adams left the band and bass on this album was performed by session players Martyn LeNoble and Chris Wyse.
Tracks: 12
War. The Saint. Rise. Take the Power. Breathe. Nico. American Gothic. Ashs and Ghosts. Shape the Sky. Speed of Light. True Believers. My Bridges Burn.

Born Into This
Released in October 2007 by Roadrunner Records.
Produced by Youth.
Band lineup:
Ian Astbury – vocals; Billy Duffy – guitar; Chris Wyse – bass; John Tempesta – drums.
Tracks: 10
Born into This. Citizens. Diamonds. Dirty Little Rockstar. Holy Mountain. I Assassin. Illuminated. Tiger in the Sun. Savages. Sound of Destruction.

Choice of Weapon
Released in May 2012 by Cooking Vinyl.
Produced by Chris Goss and Bob Rock.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 10
Honey from a Knife. Elemental Light. The Wolf. Life/Death. For the Animals. Amnesia. Wilderness Now. Lucifer. A Pale Horse. This Night in the City Forever.

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