Available on 'Weird World' Volume 2. Different to the earlier version I comped previously.
Sole single, about how the U.S. economy was (allegedly) based around the state china collection that Nancy Reagan ordered that year. It was actually funded by private donations but everyone got upset anyway as the economy was in recession at the time.
First single. From Croydon, I believe. Their second ('Mothers Pride') came out 4 years later.
From their sole 'Not Tonight, I Have A Sorehead' E.P. From British Columbia.
Another sole release. From the 'Gut Ist Was Modern Ist' E.P.
There were a few bands called the Accelerators and most, like these, only managed one release. In this case, the 'It's Cool To Rock' E.P.
'I Don't Want To Grow Up' is no 'Milo Goes To College', but it's a solid second album nonetheless. The lyrics could be better, however.
From their 'Jagged Edge' E.P. From Santa Cruz.
Yet another all-girl band. Shame there weren't more.
And another sole single. That's as much as I know.
One from their debut E.P. 'Roach And Roll'.
Available on the 'Batman Live At Budokan And The Complete Trend' CD
Another chaotic track from their 'Teenage Jive' cassette.
Available on 'Weird World Volume One'.
A second track from 'I Don't Want To Grow Up'.
From their sole 'Four Song E.P.' E.P.
If you can't understand the words it's because the singer was on a combination of 9 Class A drugs at the time of this recording. From their sole 'Skank Or Die' E.P.
From their 'Beyond Rational Thought' E.P. Sometimes known as the Sci Ams.
From their 'Mental Decay' album. Read more here.
From their 'Special Two Record Set - Six Songs' double single. Or there's always the Rave Up album. That's, of course, if you can find one.