Gold Mine Trash is the first compilation album by English alternative rock band Felt, released in 1987. It collects tracks from the band's singles and albums recorded for Cherry Red between 1981 and 1985; the cover photo shows a detail from the Throne Hall of Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany. Tracks 3 and 5 were unreleased versions recorded as demos for Blanco y Negro Records; the version of "Fortune" here is a re-recording of the song from the band's first album. All tracks are written except where noted. Felt 1980-1985 Maurice Deebank Nick Gilbert Lawrence Gary Ainge Mick Lloyd Martin Duffywith Elizabeth Fraser – vocals on "Primitive Painters"
Christopher "Chris" Morley is a former Wales international rugby league footballer who played in the 1990s and 2000s. He played as a prop, second-row or loose forward at club level for St Helens, Salford, Sheffield Eagles, Oldham and Swinton. Morley was born in Salford, England. Chris Morley won caps for Wales while at St. Helens in 1996 against France, England, while at Salford in 1999 against Ireland and Scotland, while at Sheffield Eagles in 2000 against South Africa, while at Leigh in the 2000 Rugby League World Cup against Lebanon, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Australia, while at Oldham in 2001 against England, while at Halifax in 2003 against Russia, Australia, while at Swinton in 2006 against Scotland, 1996…2006 13-caps + 4-caps 1-try 4-points, it was revealed, in his brother, Adrian Morley's autobiography "Moz" that Chris Morley did not qualify to represent Wales, he had lied to the Wales Assistant Coach. Chris Morley was an interchange/substitute in St. Helens' 32-22 victory over Bradford Bulls in the 1997 Challenge Cup Final during Super League II at Wembley Stadium, London on Saturday 3 May 1997.
Chris Morley is the older brother of the rugby league footballer. Profile at saints.org.uk The Teams: Wales Statistics at wolvesplayers.thisiswarrington.co.uk