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Lancaster continues to live in [[Sydney]], Australia. He joined a new line up of Australian band [[The Party Boys]] in 1987 and then co produced a hit album, achieving platinum sales. Also achieving 'gold' and reaching the number one spot with hit single "He's Gonna Step On You Again". In 1988, he formed the Bombers, which signed to A & M Records in the USA. It was paid the largest advance ever paid to an Australian based band, but unfortunately after the band had completed a five-star reviewed album, A & M was sold to Phonogram; leaving the band high and dry. The Bombers' original drummer was Lancaster's ex-Status Quo band mate [[John Coghlan (drummer)|John Coghlan]]. Ironically, Lancaster had been complicit in Coghlan's departure from Status Quo in 1981. The Bombers supported Cheap Trick (1988), [[Alice Cooper]] (1990) and Skid Row (1990) on their tours of Australia. When the Bombers disbanded, Lancaster continued with his then partner John Brewster ("The Angels") with "The Lancaster Brewster Band", in which [[Angry Anderson]] performed as a guest artist for some time. Lancaster then formed his own band: Alan Lancaster's Bombers which released an E.P. and toured Scandinavia before disbanding in 1995. As well as writing the theme song for the film "Indecent Obsession", he also produced an album for classical pianist Roger Woodward, which achieved platinum sales in Australia.
 
Lancaster continues to live in [[Sydney]], Australia. He joined a new line up of Australian band [[The Party Boys]] in 1987 and then co produced a hit album, achieving platinum sales. Also achieving 'gold' and reaching the number one spot with hit single "He's Gonna Step On You Again". In 1988, he formed the Bombers, which signed to A & M Records in the USA. It was paid the largest advance ever paid to an Australian based band, but unfortunately after the band had completed a five-star reviewed album, A & M was sold to Phonogram; leaving the band high and dry. The Bombers' original drummer was Lancaster's ex-Status Quo band mate [[John Coghlan (drummer)|John Coghlan]]. Ironically, Lancaster had been complicit in Coghlan's departure from Status Quo in 1981. The Bombers supported Cheap Trick (1988), [[Alice Cooper]] (1990) and Skid Row (1990) on their tours of Australia. When the Bombers disbanded, Lancaster continued with his then partner John Brewster ("The Angels") with "The Lancaster Brewster Band", in which [[Angry Anderson]] performed as a guest artist for some time. Lancaster then formed his own band: Alan Lancaster's Bombers which released an E.P. and toured Scandinavia before disbanding in 1995. As well as writing the theme song for the film "Indecent Obsession", he also produced an album for classical pianist Roger Woodward, which achieved platinum sales in Australia.
   
In March 2010 Lancaster and Rossi met in Sydney leading to speculation of the original line-up reuniting.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.birminghammail.net/what-is-on-in-birmingham/rock-and-pop/2010/05/07/music-reunion-of-classic-quo-line-up-a-step-closer-97319-26391812/ |title=What's On - Rock & Pop - Music: Reunion of classic Quo line-up a step closer |publisher=Birmingham Mail |date=7 May 2010 |accessdate=2011-07-15}}</ref> This was later denied by current bassist, Rhino, who explained in an interview that Lancaster was in poor health and unable to participate in any such reunion.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/interviews/interviews/status_quo_youve_got_to_be_prepared_to_be_told_to_f-ck_off.html |title=Status Quo: 'You've Got To Be Prepared To Be Told To F-ck Off' &#124; Interviews @ |publisher=Ultimate-guitar.com |date=2 August 2010 |accessdate=2011-07-15}}</ref> He and the original lineup of Status Quo; Rick Parfitt, Francis Rossi and John Coghlan will tour the UK and record an album in 2013.
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In March 2010 Lancaster and Rossi met in Sydney leading to speculation of the original line-up reuniting.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.birminghammail.net/what-is-on-in-birmingham/rock-and-pop/2010/05/07/music-reunion-of-classic-quo-line-up-a-step-closer-97319-26391812/ |title=What's On - Rock & Pop - Music: Reunion of classic Quo line-up a step closer |publisher=Birmingham Mail |date=7 May 2010 |accessdate=2011-07-15}}</ref> This was later denied by current bassist, Rhino, who explained in an interview that Lancaster was in poor health and unable to participate in any such reunion.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/interviews/interviews/status_quo_youve_got_to_be_prepared_to_be_told_to_f-ck_off.html |title=Status Quo: 'You've Got To Be Prepared To Be Told To F-ck Off' &#124; Interviews @ |publisher=Ultimate-guitar.com |date=2 August 2010 |accessdate=2011-07-15}}</ref> He and the original lineup of Status Quo; Rick Parfitt, Francis Rossi and John Coghlan will tour the UK and record an album in 2013. As well as appearing in the documentary Hello Quo.
   
 
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Reason: ANN scored at 0.938174
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Reporter: Bradley (anonymous)
Date: Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 06:28:11 PM
Status: Reported
Monday, the 30th of July 2012 at 01:29:05 PM #87336
Anonymous (anonymous)

This was not vandalism the original lineup of quo are reforming http://www.classicrockmagazine.com/news/classic-quo-are-back/ and Alan Lancaster is in the documentary Hello Quo http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2179073/?licb=0.8759466190014741

Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 06:28:11 PM #101710
Bradley (anonymous)

73UZlT http://www.FyLitCl7Pf7kjQdDUOLQOuaxTXbj5iNG.com

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