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The League of Gentlemen

The League of Gentlemen
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The League of Gentlemen was a short-lived band founded by Robert Fripp in 1980. The personnel were Barry Andrews (organ, originally with XTC), Robert Fripp (guitar), Sara Lee (bass, formerly with Gang of Four), and Johnny Toobad (drums) — later replaced by David Wilkinson.
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Robert Fripp / The League of Gentlemen — The League of Gentlemen Robert Fripp / The League of Gentlemen — The League of Gentlemen
(E.G. Records EGED 9, 1981, LP)
The League of Gentlemen — Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx The League of Gentlemen — Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx
(Discipline DGM9602, 1980/1996, CD)

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