The Heartbreakers



The Heartbreakers

Rating
Active
1975 to 1990
Location
New York, New York, United States
A.K.A.
1970's punk band
Biography
Johnny Thunders (vocals/guitar) and Jerry Nolan (drums) had quit the New York Dolls, and that same week Richard Hell (vocals/bass) was forced out of Television. The trio joined forces, and after a few shows added Walter Lure (vocals/guitar), who had played with a group called the Demons. In 1976, Hell either was kicked out of the Heartbreakers or quit the group, depending on whom you believe, and was replaced by Billy Rath, who, according to legend, was a gigolo. Hell went on to form his own band, The Voidoids.

Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


Breakdown

Breakdown

Tom Petty December 3, 2017

17 Tracks

It's Not Enough

It's Not Enough

The Heartbreakers November 19, 2017

2 Tracks

Flight (Live)

Flight (Live)

The Heartbreakers May 10, 2017

9 Tracks

L.A.M.F. - Definitive Edition

L.A.M.F. - Definitive Edition

The Heartbreakers December 29, 2012

18 Tracks

L.A.M.F: The Definitive Edition - Box Set

L.A.M.F: The Definitive Edition - Box Set

The Heartbreakers December 29, 2012

50 Tracks

Down to Kill

Down to Kill

The Heartbreakers October 6, 2009

33 Tracks

Born To Lose (Live)

Born To Lose (Live)

Johnny Thunders November 24, 2008

9 Tracks

Vive La Revolution!

Vive La Revolution!

The Heartbreakers November 30, 1998

20 Tracks

Live at Mothers

Live at Mothers

The Heartbreakers June 14, 1994

8 Tracks

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