From the 'Presence Of Mind' E.P. Post-Urinals with keyboards.
The flipside of 'Me and Bobby McGee'. See if you can work out who it's about.
Their sole single. Jaunty, I think you'll find.
The superior flipside of 'King Of The Bop'.
A lot of shouting in this one, a bit like an S & M dungeon . . . erm . . . apparently.
Despite the fucked-up start, this turns out to be a solid rocker. From the flipside of 'I Don't Wanna Be A Rich'.
One of the more upbeat tracks from 'STP Not LSD'.
Debut single, which was recorded after the 'Invisible' E.P. All about racial tensions. ***Note*** Spear & Jackson is a popular brand of gardening tool. Other brands are available.
'So Much Fun' was way too short, so here's another equally short Stupids thrasher.
'Eeeya eeya wahoo wahoo!'
The flipside of 'Never Been So Stuck'.
Second single. Slightly better guitars with added sax.
On the flipside of 'That Neutron Taste'. So much better than their much earlier debut 'Chloroform'.
Their debut single, which they never bettered.
Sole single. A nod to the Neon Hearts, I think.
The flipside of 'Drums Over London'.
Second single. 'I'm losing my mind and loving it too'.
Another raucous effort from the flipside of 'That Neutron Taste'.
And another from 'STP Not LSD'. Love gone wrong - it's happened to us all.
Thank you and goodnight.