The first of 2 singles. The Visitors, if google translate is to be trusted.
The second of 3 singles this time. There's also a CD somewhere of all their studio recordings.
The most well-known track from their first album.
They deseve a mention for the name alone. This was the final track on their sole 6-song E.P.
And back to Sweden (Västerhaninge - to be more precise) for their first of 2 singles.
From Stockholm. The lead track from their first E.P.
One from their 'Allroy For Prez' 12" E.P.
Second single by this Dutch carnival novelty act. By the looks of them I bet they were mad, bad and dangerous to know!
Sole single, from Cleveland, Ohio. Rumour has it that they never dried out.
Another fast one from their first album.
Their first release, often reputed to be the first Swedish punk single.
Shake were formed from the remnants of The Rezillos when Fay and Eugene went off to play more '60s-style stuff in the Revillos. This one's from their debut E.P.
Superior flipside of sole single 'Johnny'. Released on clear vinyl but with no picture sleeve. Ye gods!
As promised previously. Written by Olga Toy Doll when he was still in this clubland band. He'd left by the time this single came out.
Their second of three 7"s. The song is about '60s French arthouse film 'Who Are You, Polly Magoo?' About a supermodel. So no-one really cared.
The vastly superior flipside of debut single 'Confessions'. From Edinburgh.
The flipside of 'Ge Fan I Mej'. Their first single.
The flipside of 'I Like Boys'.
Another from their debut album.
And another from 'Allroy For Prez'.