Jerusalem were an English hard-rock band from Salisbury that released a self-titled album and a standalone a-side on Deram in 1972. That same year, bassist Paul Dean and drummer Ray Sparrow formed the spinoff project Pussy, cutting a single for Deram with assistance from Ian Gillan. Those sessions yielded an album’s worth of material that was ultimately released on the 2011 CD Invasion by archivists Vintage.

Members: Bob Cook (lead guitar), Paul Dean (bass), Bill Hinde (guitar), Ray Sparrow (drums), Lynden Williams (vocals)


  • Jerusalem (1972)
  • “Kamakazi Moth” / “Frustration” (1972)

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