Lucifer Records was a London-based DIY label from 1971-73.  Lucifer served as a vehicle for records by the 'band' of that name; reports suggest that the band was actually a one-man affair, the man in question being Denys Irving.  Four singles were issued; the 'A' and 'B' sides of the first three, at least, had different numbers. There were also two albums, 'Big Gun' (LL-1; 1972) and 'Exit' (LL-2; 1972).  The records were available by mail order only, through Oz magazine; most copies of the second single were confiscated by the police, presumably on grounds of aggravated naughtiness. Singles and LPs alike are collectable nowadays.  You might expect the music on them to be Heavy Rock, but apparently it isn't. Lucifer was a British solo rock project active in the early 1970s, the alias of Denys Irving (Musician, Filmmaker). Lucifer was often falsely attributed to Peter Walker of The Purple Gang, due to the fact Walker started calling himself Lucifer in the late sixties. Denys George Irving was born on 4 January 1944 in Colwyn Bay, North Wales. Distributed By Lucifer Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

71 Lucifer Don't Care / Hypnosis LUCIFER  L001/L002
71 Lucifer Fuck You / Bad LUCIFER  L003/L004
72 Lucifer Prick / Want It  LUCIFER  L005/L006
72 Lucifer Mr. Jack / Mr. Jack LUCIFER  L007

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