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       Stu P. Didiot


            Stu Devillier


                Stuart Lunn 1957-2003



Dave (Charge) says
Han (Fan) says
James Marshall Black says
Karen says 2005
Karen says
Kel's Story 1
Kel's Story 2
London Punks Message Board
Martyn (Charge) says
Mike says
Sab (The Royal Americans and The Accoustic Mercenaries) says

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At Least It's Hot
Beauty Is As Beauty Does
Burning Dreams
Can I go to Heaven Now?
Fashion (August Christmas Trees)
Madman in the North
Moonlight's Crying
No one Knows
No One Knows 2
No Song To Sing
Provisionally Dogs
The Joke's On You
The Longest Night
When Dreams Collide
Your Gods Deserve You

Accoustic Mercenaries
George Drake
Royal Americans
Young Stu alone

This website is dedicated to the life and times of Stu P. Didiot. A multi-phrenic (Stu's word) life full of music and adventure. Stuart Lunn was born in 1957 in the Midlands of England to Eric and Maureen. He left home at the age of 15 and came to London to become a punk hero. He had more musical and writing ability than most of his peers and continued making music throughout his life. He was an amazing individual who could learn anything and teach just as much. Those whose lives were touched by him know that his influence on their life was invaluable. It was mine.

On 12th July, 2003 Stu lost his battle against cancer while living in San Francisco with his second wife Johna. ...Not quite the rock'n'roll ending Stu may have envisaged but at least it was in the country he fought to become a citizen of (and had always wanted to live in) and surrounded by people who loved and cared about him.
Energetically missed.

Click on any of the links to the left to read what others wrote & what Stu wrote and to see images of Stu throughout his life.

March 2006: It would seem, just as Stu predicted, that there is a bit of a Charge following out there. Consequently Cherry Red are releasing Perfection, the Album, with the added Kings Cross and Destroy the Youth singles (these two, in my opinion, sounding as fresh and relevant today as they did then) under the title Perfection Plus. Both Dave Griffiths, Charge's bass player, and I contributed memories and images to the sleevenotes. Alex Ogg having pulled the whole thing together.
You can also get copies of Caged & Staged, Charge's live album from Trikont's web site.

Anyone with words or images they would like to put up on this site please send them to me at