Side a: It shows in your face
Side b: Tomorrow
First single output on Polydor records by this underrated band from England. Side a is a cracking powerpop/punk number. The b side is more an uninspired reggea number. I post their 4th single on this blog too.
This was requested by Ralf.
21 Sep 2013
8 Sep 2013
Side b: Suicide
Fantastic organ driven dutch punk on this 7"! The band was from Spierdijk in the north of Amsterdam. I've got this Info's from YouTube:
Jos Kok: vocals, organ / Peter Dol: guitar / Rob Mulder: drums / Ron de Roo (not on picture?): bass guitar.
Side a: Family affairs
Side b: Didn't have to say that
One of my old new wave/post punk favs. The band was from Bangor/Wales and this is their first record on "Surrey Sound Records". In 1982 they released the fine Album "Contact you" on Elektra records and the excellent single "Heatwave".
Side b: Tomorrow's babies
London born Johnny Warman with his second single as a solo performer.
A very strong b-side track makes this record worth listening. This single was only released in germany on RCA. Read more about Johnny Warman here.