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Eddie and The Hot Rods - I Might Be Lying


On this date in 1977, Eddie and the Hot Rods released their fourth single, "I Might Be Lying". It was backed by "Ignore Them (Always Crashing In The Same Bar)". Neither track appeared on an album but both were added as bonuses to their second album, Life On The Line, when it was re-released on CD. The single reached the #44 spot on the U.K. singles chart. The Essex, U.K. power-pop/proto punk band disbanded in 1981. Bassist Paul Gray left before the end to play in The Damned. The band re-formed a few times since and has been playing live recently.

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