From this L.A. band's only album which also contains the 3 tracks from their earlier 7".
Not only was Steve Treatment a Marc Bolan fan but he managed to sound exactly like him on this, his third E.P. The flipside tracks are with backing band Zodiac Fassions.
This was the flipside of 'Going Through The Motions' - their only single and worst track they ever recorded. This track was taken from their 1978 Peel session.
The first of three singles they recorded that year. Quite the cockney knees-up, this one.
From their debut E.P. 'Past Is Past'. An all-girl trio from Victoria.
From the flipside of third single 'Built Up, Knocked Down'.
Another from 'The Anti-Band's Only Album'.
Another track from third album 'Prehistoric Sounds' which was also released as a single. Horns aplenty!
Another track from their 1978 Peel session. Sounds like they had lots of experience.
Their first single, far better than the Rondelet version.
Advertised as a mini-album, this was in fact a 33 1/3 rpm 7". Their only release
Who'd have though the Misfits first single would be guitar-less?
From the flipside of sole release 'Free The People'. Is that Roy wood on the rear sleeve? Twice?
One from their second E.P. 'Vom Derbsten'. They were actually from Hamburg.
Another from the 'Change Of Plan' E.P.
Another from 'Prehistoric Sounds'.
From the second Peel session. Available on the CD 'The Prefects Are Amateur Wankers'.
The third (uncredited) track on the 'East Sheen' 7". Available on the retrospective CD 'A Day In The Life Of Gilbert And George'.
Another track from 'Made In Canada' which inspired the New Orleans band of the same name.
26. THE ANTI-BAND - 'Krazimanifesto'