London based four piece led by Rocky Rhythm, the original drummer from The Revillos.
This was their one and only single, they played around for a about 5 years and then called it a day.
It’s a 2 track 7″ on red Vinyl
Rocky is currently playing in the latest re-incarnation of the Rezillos and is also known as ‘Bonk’ the original drummer from the Pork Dukes…and still plays with them today!
A compilation of all the recordings by 1977 legends The Snivelling Shits. Now available as DAMGOOD205 LP & CD I always loved their single ‘Terminal Stupid’ that came out on Ghetto Rockers records in late 77 but I knew nothing about them, so when I started Damaged Goods it was something I wanted to unearth […]
The Manic Street Preachers debut single (well almost…They had the Suicide Alley single out as well but this was the first ‘proper’ release) A 4 track 12″ single recorded up in Redditchs Workshop Studios Later repressed on 12″ Pink Vinyl (3000 copies) and then came out as a CD single. 2 years ago is was […]
Our second Lollies single, another 3 track 12″, this one almost made the Top 100!
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.
Our third and final single, this one was half the size of their first two…YES it was a 6″ single!
7 Track mini album from the Killjoys, features all of their Raw Records recordings plus some live stuff taken from ‘Punk In London’
Now available again.
This is the third single by Yardman in a series of three, simultaneously released on three different labels. The first and second instalments were via Vinyl Japan and Dirter Promotions respectively.
“I’ve got a shiny black coffin, with room enough for two,” coos Piney Gir in this musical treat with a sassy bag of tricks thrown in for good measure. My Halloween is set for release on October 28th, just in time for the annual day of the dead.
2 Track 7″ featuring exclusive versions of ‘Chatham Jack’ and ‘Fine And Mellow’ not taken from the Sub Pop album.