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- Countdown Magazine (Australia) Profile
- Headful Of Heroes - NME (1989)
- World Tour 2002 Pre-show Tracks
- Under The Influence
- You Are The Quarry Tour 2004 Pre-show Tracks
- Songs To Save Your Life
- Songs To Save Your Life: CD compiled by Morrissey - release information (July 12, 2004)
- Greatest Hits Tour 2007-2008 Pre-show Tracks
Singer : Linder Sterling [aka Linda Mulvey] Guitarist : Arthur Cadmon [aka Peter Sadler] (1978-79), Ian Devine [aka Ian Pincombe] (1979-84) Drummer : Philip "Toby" Toman (1978-80), Graham "Dids" Dowdell (1980-84), Roy O'Shea (1982-84) Bass : Willie Trotter, Paul Cavanagh (1982-84) Sax : Lee Buick (1982-84), Graham Revell (1982-84)
Ludus was a British post-punk band formed in Manchester in 1978, which featured artist, designer and singer Linder Sterling. It played jazz-, avant-garde- and punk- oriented material. The band influenced singer Morrissey, later of The Smiths and a solo artist, who remains one of the group's most vocal fans.