Bob Geldof

Ex-member of The Boomtown Rats - an Irish rock band whose biggest claim to fame was the hit I Don't Like Mondays. He managed Live Aid and Live 8 action in 1985 and in 2005. He has been awarded an honorary knighthood, and cannot consequently use the title Sir. Since The Boomtown Rats ended after their final album In The Long Grass, Bob launched a solo career. His first album, Deep In The Heart Of Nowhere (released in 1986) was probably his most commercial, and it yielded a minor hit with the song This Is The World Calling. The next album The Vegetarians of Love was probably his most successful though, blending elements of traditional Irish music with great rock and pop. Songs like Love or Something and The Great Song of Indifference are all fun, upbeat songs. Bob's third album was The Happy Club, which continued the feeling of The Vegetarians of Love. Once again there are some great songs here - Attitude Chicken has some brilliantly clever lyrics, while The Soft Soil is beautiful and A Sex Thing has an awesome groove. After this album, a best of called Loudmouth was released, which included some highlights from the careers of both Bob solo and The Boomtown Rats. It also included a new song - Crazy, which was a duet with Sting. Bob then took a long sabbatical from music before releasing Sex, Age & Death in 2001. This is a deeply personal album which combined once again a wide variety of musical styles. This album has been called Bob Geldof's masterpiece. The latest releas...

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