Thrash / Punk / Rock
early 1990s? to early 2000
- Steve Loader (vocals)
- Clive Dudley (guitar, vocals)
- Ian Hickingbotham (guitar)
- Simon Beard (bass)
- Paul Andrews (drums)
- Pete Colley (bass) replaced Simon.
- Tim Jefford (keyboards) joined in about 1996.
- Iain Cobbey (bass) replaced Pete.
- Gary Smith (drums) replaced Paul.
One of the longest-lasting bands in the area, Uncool Frank played a fusion of Thrash Metal, Punk and more accessible Rock, tinged with humour and eccentricity.
In addition to their own material, they would regularly play a mean Thrash version of Abba's "Mamma Mia"!
- Dog Ugly - Ian H.
- The Soft Verges - Simon
- Victim - Paul, Pete
- Glass Elevator - Paul, Pete
- Kilkë - Pete, Tim, Iain C., Ian H.
- Trauma Doll - Ian H., Gary
- 55% Banana - Steve
- The Lykes Of Yew - Gary
'Come Blind' demoEdit
- Hang Ups
- My Hands Are Tied
- 03/09/94 - Dymchurch, Neptune Inn (+ Oxide Daisies + The Soft Verges + Datura + The Charles Dexter Ward Experience )
- 10/06/95 - Hythe, Red Lion (+ The Charles Dexter Ward Experience )
- 24/06/95 - Folkestone, Harp Club (+ The Charles Dexter Ward Experience )
- 15/09/95 - Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall (supp. Crow )
- 22/06/96 - Folkestone, Harp Club
- 03/08/96 - Ashford, South Park (Ashford Festival Finale, 5th act, line-up including Dribblebus + R.A.C.E. )
- 26/08/96 - Folkestone, Harp Club (+ Dribblebus ) lunchtime gig
- 19/10/96 - Hythe, Red Lion (+ Dribblebus )
- 22/08/98 - Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall (+ Eschatology + Toxic Shock )
- ??/01/99 - Folkestone, Happy Frenchman
- ??/02/99 - Folkestone, Harp Club
- ??/03/99 - Aldington, Prison Social Club
- ??/05/99 - Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall (+ Scandal + Gender )
- ??/07/99 - Faversham, Duke Of Kent (Bike rally)
- ??/11/99 - Ashford, Flatfoot Sams
- 15/01/00 - Folkestone, Harp Club
- 30/06/00 - Sellindge, Midsummer Millennium Madness rally (supp. Shaven Haven )
- 01/07/00 - Sellindge, Midsummer Millennium Madness rally (supp. Jester )
- 18/08/00 - Folkestone, Happy Frenchman
- 19/12/00 - Folkestone, Harp Club
- 14/04/01 - Folkestone, Happy Frenchman