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Guinness World Records Limited. MTV series albums. Arbor Day. What's The Matter Here. Like The Weather. Cherry Tree. Don't Talk. City Of Angels. Verdi Cries. Eat For Two. The Big Parade. The Lion's Share.
Hateful Hate. Noah's Dove. Few And Far Between. Gold Rush Brides. Circle Dream. I'm Not The Man. What's The Matter Here? Because The Night. Because the Night. Planned Obsolescence. What's the Matter Here. Can't Ignore the Train [Demo]. Peace Train. Wildwood Flower. Hello in There. To Sir With Love. These Days. Every Day Is Like Sunday. Beyond the Blue. Time Turns. Who Knows Where the Time Goes? Girl on a Train. Green Children. A Room for Everything.
You Won't Find Me There. All That Never Happens. Across the Fields. Beyond the Blue [ ]. I'm Not the Man. Candy Everybody Wants [Live]. Various drummers came and left. The band changed its name to Burn Victims and then to 10, Maniacs after the low-budget horror movie Two Thousand Maniacs!
Tired of playing cover songs—though their first notable American hit was a cover of the Cat Stevens hit " Peace Train "—the band started to write their own music, usually with Merchant handling the lyrics and Lombardo the music. More gigs followed in During this time they lived in Atlanta, Georgia for a short period at the encouragement of friends who said that many gigs were available there.
Discouraged by the lack of actual gigs, and by having to sell plasma and rake leaves to buy food, the band moved back to Jamestown in November to regroup. At the beginning of , Jerry Augustyniak joined the band as their permanent drummer. Between March and July, the band recorded songs for a second record, Secrets of the I Ching , their debut full-length album, which was pressed by Mark Records for the band's own label Christian Burial Music. One song, "My Mother the War", turned out to be a minor hit in the United Kingdom and entered the independent singles chart.
The band toured extensively during and , and played gigs in the UK. Peter Leak, an Englishman living in New York City, became interested in the band, made contact and was made their manager. Though the album was not a blockbuster hit, its status as the band's major label debut did win it some notice, and it received significant critical acclaim.
Co-founder Lombardo left 10, Maniacs during a rehearsal on July 14, The remaining five members started recording a new album in Los Angeles with Peter Asher as the producer.
In My Tribe , a more pop-rock oriented record, was released on July 7, The album stayed on the charts for 77 weeks, peaking at No. It was also well received in the UK. The album originally contained "Peace Train". It was removed from subsequent pressings after Cat Stevens now Yusuf Islam made comments implying he agreed with a death Fatwa against author Salman Rushdie. In , during the recordings of a new album, Merchant revealed to the other members that she would be leaving 10, Maniacs for a solo career in two years' time.
The new album, Our Time in Eden , was released on September 29, Merchant announced her departure from the band on MTV on August 5, , saying she "didn't want art by committee anymore. In December , Buck took some time off from the band, moving to Texas to focus on a new project named League of Blind Women. Buck returned to the band in the summer of It was the last concert they performed with Buck. On December 19, , Buck died of liver failure at the age of Following Buck's death, 10, Maniacs took a break.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for MTV Unplugged by 10, Maniacs (CD, Oct, Elektra (Label)) at the best online prices at .