TWO Hangman albums on ONE CD Hangman records didn’t want to release CD’s so we said we’d do these two on one CD as they were both short, so we did, and it’s still available and one of the best bargains out there.
This is a compilation of J Church’s early recordings which appeared on mainly US 45’s and the ‘Surprise Your Pig’ REM compilation. J Church were from San Francisco originally and formed from the remains of the legendary band ‘Cringer’. THE LP IS OLD STOCK AND WE ONLY HAVE A HANDFUL LEFT, PLEASE BE AWARE THAT […]
One of the great records of the early days of Damaged Goods, just celebrated 25 years since the original recording date, 18th September 1993 where they knocked out this garage classic in three and a half hours at Toe Rag Studios, when it was in Shoreditch, long before the beards moved in…and that’s still a […]
One of our favourite early releases and a rather overlooked classic album, a one off collaboration between Billy Childish and legendary Medway folkies The Singing Loins’
This was recorded in 1993 when Billy was in Thee Headcoats and The Singing Loins were in their first incarnation
Get your Headcoats on… Cos it’s time for a re-issue of a long lost live album recorded in 1993 at the now legendary ‘Wild Western Rooms’ at the St John’s Tavern in Archway, London. The Wild Western Rooms was the venue of choice in the early 90’s which was run by Slim Chance, Thee Headcoats […]
THIS WAS THE ORIGINAL CD RE-ISSUE OF THE LEGENDARY GORILLAS ALBUM FROM 1978 See DAMGOOD414 for the new version on LP & Digipack CD
12 track compilation of the first four releases from Helen Love, sleeve notes by Joey Ramone…YES!
After meeting the band while over here playing at the Robey in Finsbury Park we licensed this compilation of singles for Europe. 1995’s Pile Up is a collection of singles, B-sides, compilation cuts and rare tracks. It’s some of the best of the Pansies, with a slew of covers and their best harmonies and tightest playing to date.
The debut album from Belfast band ‘Monkhouse’ following on from their two singles on DG and a split single with Wat Tyler on an Irish 7″ The album was produced by Frankie Stubbs from Leatherface. This was going to be on vinyl but it only got as far as the test pressing stage.
Cee Bee Beaumont’s debut album, and what a cracker it is, 20 tracks of classic instrumental garage tune. Recorded at Toe Rag Studios, London E1 in December 1994 by Mr Baine Watson