Ed Hamell's output is moody, musically uneven, melodically rough. Artistically however, he's 100% pure, and you can tell that every cell of his body goes into his work.
You may not get passionate about any or all of his albums, but the man who gave us songs like "Big as life", "Dead man's float", "Hamell's ramble" and "Don't kill" has a huge heart.

Besides, "Burger and a coke" has got to be the best punk song ever sung.

Annotation last modified on 2009-01-02 17:29 UTC.

Legal name: Ed Hammell



1995Big as LifeHamell on Trial2
1997The Chord Is Mightier Than the SwordHamell on Trial1
1999ChoochtownHamell on Trial22
2002Mercuroyale - The Best Of The Mercury YearsHamell on Trial1
2003Tough LoveHamell on Trial21
2003YapHamell on Trial31
2007Songs for Parents Who Enjoy DrugsHamell on Trial1
2014The Happiest Man in the WorldHamell on Trial1
2017Tackle BoxHamell on Trial1
2018The Night Guy at the Apocalypse Profiles of a Rushing MidnightHamell on Trial1
2020The Pandemic SongsHamell on Trial1
2023Bring the KidsHamell on Trial1

Album + Live

2002Ed's Not Dead: Hamell Comes AliveHamell on Trial1
2008The Terrorism of Everyday Life: Live From EdinburghHamell on Trial1
2017Big Mouth Strikes AgainHamell on Trial1

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