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Ed Englerth

Hard Rock
Hastings, Michigan, USA

Ed Englerth was a member of the hard rock bands Armada, Xalt, and Preston. He also wrote and arranged the song “God in a Box” from Xalt's Dark War demo tape.

Discography

19?? Linear Action Band Damaged
1985 Ed Englerth Linear Action
1987 Ed Englerth's Linear Action Band Hit The Wall
198? Ed Englerth Demo
198? Ed & His Damned Synthesizers Dead in the Garage
1990 Ed Englerth Rational Enquirer
1992 Wholly Braille 3 Bumps in the Night
1993 Ed Englerth The Cat, The Mouse & The Toaster
2010 Ed Englerth Rational?

Damaged

19?? Independent

  1. I Killed You
  2. Heart of the Problem
  3. Big Fun
  4. Break the Chain
  5. When Words Fail
  6. Where Were You
  7. Talk About Me
  8. Everyone Needs Healing

Linear Action

1985 Independent

Ed Englerth - Lead vocals, guitar, electric bass
Tim Ripley - Back-up vocals, allkeyboards
Chris Sisson - Drums, back-up vocals, percussion
Deb Gilbert - Alto sax
Marvin Hall - Drums
Denny Newville - Drums, back-up vocals

  1. Juke Box
  2. Linear Action
  3. Empty Pockets
  4. Matter of Chance
  5. Whispering Heart
  6. Do You Love Me
  7. Never Too Late to Lose
  8. Is This America
  9. Trouble
  10. Real Love
  11. Linear Action
  12. Jesus is Calling You

Hit The Wall

1987 Independent

Ed Englerth - Lead vocals, BGVs on “Steal Your Heart”, bass, acoustic guitar, guitars
John Heald - Drums, BGVs, lead vocals on “Steal Your Heart”
The Frog - Lead guitar
Jim Erdman - Screams & shouts on “Stop Making Sense”
Roland Sunkins III - violin

  1. Hit the Wall
  2. Stop Making Sense
  3. At Night
  4. Bitter Mind
  5. I Can Go to You
  6. Injustice in a Fallen World
  7. Talk Show Metaphysics
  8. Mistaken Identity
  9. Where are We Now
  10. Steal Your Heart

Demo

198? Independent

Ed Englerth – Vocals, guitar, harmonica

  1. Sin Kills
  2. Curious
  3. Her Lips Said Yes as Her Heart Said No

Dead in the Garage

198? Independent

  1. Naked Women in Altamonte Spgs
  2. Soporific Interludes
  3. The Puce Knight Dreaming
  4. Robert Zimmerman's Garage
  5. Dentist's Office Blues
  6. Elvis is Dead in the Garage
  7. Encomium for a New Age
  8. Nocturnal Nausea
  9. Alice Cooper's Revenge
  10. Stuck in the Elevator

Rational Enquirer

1990 Independent

Ed Englerth - Lead vocals, acoustic guitars, bass, BGVs on “Turning to You,” harmonica on “Sin Kills” and “Revolution”
Ben Brown - Cross-strung harp
Duane Hagen - Harmonica
Luie Bradley - Background vocals

  1. Curious
  2. Tonight
  3. Won't You Love Me
  4. You'd Think We'd Catch On
  5. Ed to Pam
  6. Old Forgotten Wall
  7. Turning to You
  8. No One to Blame
  9. Sin Kills
  10. Her Lips Said Yes
  11. Working Girl
  12. Remind Me
  13. What Kind of Revolution
  14. Under the Word

3 Bumps in the Night

1992? Independent

Ed Englerth
(others?)

  1. Intro
  2. Little Bit O' Elvis
  3. When Words Fail
  4. Dialogue
  5. Going Away
  6. Painful Lonely Calls
  7. Mistaken Identity
  8. Amazing Grace
  9. Alone With the Dessert
  10. Joesph

The Cat, The Mouse & The Toaster

1993 Independent

All music played, sung, wrote, produced, engineered by Ed Englerth except “Surrender”: Traditional, arrangement by Ed.

  1. Where Were You
  2. Juke Box
  3. Little Bit of Elvis
  4. At Night
  5. Surrender (instrumental)
  6. Coffee Blues

Rational?

2010 Independent

Ed Englerth - Lead vocals, acoustic guitars, bass, BGVs on “Turning to You,” harmonica on “Sin Kills” and “Revolution”
Ben Brown - Cross-strung harp
Duane Hagen - Harmonica
Luie Bradley - Background vocals

  1. Da Rumba (2:12)
  2. Pilgrim (4:11)
  3. Lips (3:37)
  4. No One to Blame (2:05)
  5. Curious (2:45)
  6. Wish You Were Here (3:17)
  7. Ed to Pam (3:11)
  8. Behind an Old Forgotten Wall (3:18)
  9. Turning to You (2:07)
  10. I Want to Connect (4:28)
  11. Remind Me (3:54)
  12. Revolution (3:44)
  13. The Prostitute's Song (working girls) (3:40)
  14. Fall of the Wild (3:55)
  15. Sin Kills (3:19)
  16. Under the Word (5:35)
  17. Tonight (4:07)
  18. The Longing (4:10)
  19. You's Think We'd Catch On (3:47)