Sole single from ex-members of the Damned, Hawkwind and Warsaw Pakt. They supported Black Sabbath on tour but the metalheads were less than impressed.
A re-working of their debut single on an expanded E.P.
Sole single. They were originally called 'The Rats' which means more to the context of the song 'Never wanna leave my sewer . . .' and sleeve.
Second and final single. Not quite as good as the first. Full story with pics here.
From their sole 'Ready To Rot' E.P. From Farnborough in Hampshire. The stand-out track.
Second single. He was in Jubilee y'know, and even helped Derek Jarman with the casting. Shame it was arty-farty rubbish.
Another from their E.P. *Note* a 'worky ticket' is a trouble-maker - the phrase originates from the second world war where soldiers would sometimes persistently act up in an attempt to get a discharge . . . they'd be 'working their ticket'.
One from the 'Youthanasia' E.P. Check out the '1977' album on Bristol Archives for their best stuff (including the E.P.)
From their split 7" with Joe 9T and the Thunderbirds. *Note* - this was their only release - they have nothing to do with the other band of the same name who released a number of records in the '80s.
From 'Die Neue Tanzmusik Ist . . . Da Da Da' - a patchy sampler album. This was also released as a single on CBS.
The flipside of 'I'm Sorry, I'm Sorry'.
Another track from his first E.P.
The flipside of 'Never Wanna Leave'.
It shouldn't've worked, but it did. The punks didn't mind jitterbugging at all, not that they knew what it was . . .
From the flipside of 'Factory Girl'.
And the flipside of 'Heaven Knows' . . .
Another from their 1977 E.P.
The flipside of 'End Of Civilisation'. What was she doing behind there?
The language wouldn't be acceptable today but their hearts were in the right place. Another from the 'Youthanasia' E.P.