Much better than the 'End Of The Century' version. Enjoy the party from the film of the same name.
Unashamed '60s/mod revival. Their sole single.
7. THE RADIO STARS - 'From A Rabbit' - Chiswick 7" - UK - 1978
One from his 'Down The Shore' original soundtrack LP.
Their only single, though 1977 Records gave it a limited re-release.
The flipside of debut single 'TV Movie'. You'll get the A-side later.
12. THE CRAMPS - 'What's Inside A Girl?' - Big Beat LP - USA - 1986
Their only single, re-issued on Sing Sing. From New York City.
From the 'No Frontiers' international compilation E.P. Originally it was scheduled for release on my Real World label but the taxman put an end to that and Looney Tunes kindly agreed to release it instead.
This 4-song E.P. was their sole release. From Tucson Arizona. The influences are obvious.
Their fourth single. Yet again, a slight departure from their previous efforts.
A relatively laid back toon from 'Psychedelic Jungle'.
Another obscure sole single. Recorded in Luton, apparently.
Another track from the 'No Frontiers' E.P.
As promised - the A-side of their debut single.
The flipside of 'Total Control'.
The flipside of debut single 'Rosemarie'.