Urban Rock - Third World War - Third World War 2
Label: ООО Канкард - TWWCD 22090272 • Format: CDr Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Rock & Roll, Hard Rock
Fenton came up with the band's name and provided a large part of its musical direction; Phill Brownthe recording engineer on the band's first album, quotes him as saying, "I want a no-bullshit, working class band—I've had enough of all this pseudo peace crap.
In the band recorded their first album, Third World Warwhich was released in on Fly Records. Largely, the themes of the album espoused far-left political sentiment. Tony Ashton also added piano on some of the tracks, and Jim Price trumpet and trombone and Bobby Keyes saxophoneAmerican musicians who were playing with the Rolling Stonesprovided some horn parts. At the time the album was released, the band had yet to play live. In the summer of Avery, Fenton and Stamp reconfigured the group to get "the 'best' live grouping,"  which was Stamp, Avery, John Hawken on piano, John Knightsbridge on lead guitar, and Paul Olsen  on drums.
They toured Finlandplaying 35 gigs in 30 days, Urban Rock - Third World War - Third World War 2 and then went on to perform at a number of festivals across Europe. By the time Third World War went into the studio in to record their second album the management at Fly Hermoso (Live Version) - Robert Natus & Arkus P. - Hermoso were becoming unhappy with the band's lack of commercial potential.
Hoping to guide the group towards more mainstream acceptability, the label demanded the song "Coshing Old Lady Blues" be removed from the album. Personnel on the record was the touring group from the previous summer, except that Craig Collinge replaced Olsen on drums. During the recording of the album, Fenton ran out of money and could no longer pay the musicians, and once the record was finished the band broke up. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs editing for compliance with Wikipedia's Manual of Style.