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Revolting Cocks

Band
1985 / Present
United States United States

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Band Revolting Cocks

Overview

History

Revolting Cocks, also known as RevCo, was an American–Belgian industrial rock band and sometime supergroup from Chicago, Illinois, United States that began as a musical side-project in 1985 for Richard 23 of Front 242, Luc Van Acker, and Al Jourgensen of Ministry. The group was founded by Richard 23 and Luc Van Acker with Al Jourgensen as their producer. According to Jourgensen, the band got their name after a fight in a Chicago bar in 1983. Jourgensen, Richard 23 and Luc Van Acker celebrated the formation of the new band with a few drinks. The evening then ended up in a brawl, with bar stools being thrown through the establishment's windows. As he was throwing the trio out, the owner, a man Jourgensen recalls was named Dess, shouted, "I'm calling the police! You guys are a bunch of revolting cocks!" The trio subsequently decided to use the name for their band.

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Members

Al Jourgensen
Present
Paul Barker
Present
Josh Bradford
Present
Clayton Worbeck
Present
William Rieflin
Present
Mike Scaccia
Present
William Tucker
Present
Duane Denison
Present
Jeff Ward
Present
Stevie Banch
Present
Sean Joyce
Present
Phil Owen
Present
Sin Quirin
2005 - Present
Chris Connelly
1987 - 1993
Luc van Acker
1984 - 1992
Richard 23
1984 - 1986

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Discography

Studio Album

1986
Album has 5 releases
1989
Album has 6 releases
2006
Album has 2 releases

Single

1987
Album has 1 releases
1989
Album has 3 releases