Lead track from their debut LP 'Voice Of A Generation'. The sound wasn't as good as their earlier 7"s but it did have some cracking songs.
2. GENERATION X - 'From The Heart' - Chrysalis LP - UK - 1978
Another lead track from a solid self-titled debut album.
3. THE JAM - 'The Modern World' - Polydor 7" - UK - 1977
The 3rd single, the middle of 3 which had 'World' in the title. The kids were confused. TOTP performance here.
4. THE SMALL ADS - 'Friday-Nite Cowboys' - Bronze 7" - UK - 1981
The third of 3 singles released in 1981. I think the word you're looking for is 'yeehaw!'.
5. THE REZILLOS - 'Top Of The Pops' - Sire 7" - UK - 1978
Yet another 3rd single. Did it get them on Top Of The Pops? Of course it did.
6. LAUGHIN' NOSE - 'Sensor Hantei' - JICC Cassette - Japan - 1985
From 'The Punx' compilation cassette, which came with a 84-page book detailing the history and discography of the Japanese punk/hardcore scene. Re-released on vinyl some time later.
7. THE JAM - 'All Around The World' - Polydor 7" - UK - 1977
The second single. Marc show performance here.
8. BLITZ - 'Voice Of A Generation' - No Future LP - UK - 1982
Another track from 'Voice Of A Generation'.
9. GENERATION X - '100 Punks' - Chrysalis LP - UK - 1978
Another from their self-titled debut.
10. THE REZILLOS - '20,000 Rezillos Under The Sea' - Sire 7" - UK - 1978
The B-side of Top Of The Pops. Can you make out where the tune comes from?
11. THE JAM - 'In The City' - Polydor 7" - UK - 1977
Their first single. If 'Holidays In The Sun' is anything to go by, the Pistols seemed to like the tuneage on this one. Video here.
12. PHIL CANNING - 'Sellout' - Woodbine St. 7" - UK - 1979
Sole single from this Leamington Spa geezer who's backing band was Cheeky.
13. BLITZ -'Escape' - No Future LP - UK - 1982
A third from 'Voice Of A Generation'.
14. MICKEYNSTEIN - 'Regards' - Jam 7" - France - 1979
From France, specifically Orvault which is in the Pays de la Loire region. Noël, the guitarist, used to be in Teenage Lust.
15. THE JAM - 'A-Bomb In Wardour Street' - Polydor 7" - UK - 1978
5th single, a double-A side, no less. Whistle Test performance here.
16. GENERATION X - 'Kleenex' - Chrysalis LP - UK - 1978
Another from their self-titled debut album. What I wanna know however is why the Kimberly-Clark Corporation threatened the little Swiss band Kleenex with legal action if they didn't change their name whereas no fuss appears to have been made by this chart band using the name. Did they see the song as a positive advertisement for their product?
17. BLITZ - '4Q' - No Future LP - UK - 1982
A fourth from 'Voice Of A Generation'.
18. THE REZILLOS - 'Mystery Action' - Sire 7" - UK - 1978
The B-side of Destination Venus, which I'm sure to add later.
19. THE JAM - 'David Watts' - Polydor 7" - UK - 1978
The other A side of 'A-Bomb In Wardour Street'. A cool Kinks cover. TOTP here.
20. THE SMALL ADS - 'I Wanna Fly Concorde' - Bronze 7" - UK - 1981
The B-side of 'Friday-Nite Cowboys'.
21. GENERATION X - 'Too Personal' - Chrysalis LP - UK - 1978
Another from their first album.
22. BLITZ - 'Moscow' - No Future LP - UK - 1982
And a fifth from 'Voice Of A Generation'.
23. THE JAM - 'Carnaby Street' - Polydor 7" - UK - 1977
The B-side of 'All Around The World'.
24. GISM - 'Shoot To Kill' - JICC Cassette - Japan - 1985
Another from 'The Punx' compilation cassette, this time, the mighty, crazy Gism.
25. THE REZILLOS - 'Destination Venus' - Sire 7" - UK - 1978
Their 4th single. TOTP performance with Faye in full Flintstones regalia here.
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