Various Artists – Damaged Goods 1988-2018


COMPILATION SPANNING THIRTY YEARS OF DAMAGED GOODS! Seems like only yesterday but it’s 30 years since the first Damaged Goods release! As part of the anniversary celebrations we’re releasing this compilation bringing together a selection of top tracks, deep cuts, lost gems and personal favourites. Punk, garage and indie are all well represented, with artists […]




A great six piece band from Reading which rose from the ashes of a band called Shelleys Children in 1991 We first heard their first demos in 1992 and thought it was so good, the production was perfect, really well crafted pop. Three months later we released their debut single ‘Winter’. It got Single of […]


As Good As It Gets


Our third and final single with Cuckooland, we’re down to the last few copies. All their tracks are available on their two CDs


As Good As It Gets


Third single from Reading’s Cuckooland. The b-side is called ‘Richard Jobson Dance’ and it’s, as you can probably guess, a tribute to one of the most underrated dancers of the punk era but we can forgive him that as the Skids were a fine band.


Pop Sensibitlity


Cuckoolands Debut album featuring their first three singles plus a remix of Winter called ‘New World Order’ by Martin Steib from Papa Brittle


Last Xmas I Gave You My Heart


To give it it’s full title, LAST CHRISTMAS I GAVE YOU MY HEART (BUT THE VERY NEXT DAY YOU TOOK IT TO RECORD & TAPE EXCHANGE) and the actual catalogue number was DAMPUD 57 This was a double 7″, one hard and one soft…a Flexi!  

Radio Friendly


Cuckooland’s second single on a limited brownish vinyl and a never released Cd single too. Their first single ‘Winter’ got single of the week on the Steve Lamacq show on BBC Radio 1 This also got picked up by Jonathan King and featured on his ‘Tip Sheet’ CD




This was the band’s debut single. It got Single of The Week on Steve Lamacq’s Evening Session on Radio 1 and some good press too. Three more singles followed including another radio hit the aptly titled Radio Friendly which a certain Jonathan King liked so much that he included it on his now defunct music […]