The seventh and final release in the anniversary series of 7″ singles is here…It’s Wild Billy Childish & The Chatham Forts doing covers of a classic Rolling Stones 7″ from the early 60’s, ‘Not Fade Away’ and ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’ and a homage version of the original 7” sleeve along with our ‘tribute’ […]
The SIXTH in the anniversary series of 7″ singles is here… It’s GRAHAM DAY & THE FOREFATHERS cover of the Deep Purple classic ‘Emmaretta’ and comes backed with the original b-side ‘Love Help Me’ and a homage version of an original European 7” sleeve. This is on Black vinyl. A limited edition clear vinyl version […]
The fifth in the anniversary series of 7″ singles is here…It’s THE SHADRACKS cover of the X-Ray Spex classic ‘Oh Bondage Up Yours!’ and comes backed with the original b-side ‘I Am A Cliche’ and a homage version of the original British 7” sleeve along with our ‘tribute’ to the classic Virgin records label from […]
Hard Skin join in the fun and games for the Damaged Goods 30th anniversary singles club with a lovingly recreated copy of the classic Sham 69 single ‘If The Kids Are United’ backed with the original b-side ‘Sunday Morning Nightmare’ If you’re a member of the singles club you’ll get the limited 250 pressing on […]
Johnny Moped get in the spirit for the Damaged Goods 30th Anniversary with their take on the classic Motorhead 7″ ‘Motorhead’ / ‘City Kids’ released, like the original as a 7″ picture disc. If you joined the club you’ll get the dark blue version, if not you can buy the black version from the DG […]
This is the second in the set of seven 7″ singles of the ‘Damaged Goods 30th Anniversary Singles Club’.
It’s Giuda’s cover of Elton Johns classic single ‘Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting’ from 1973.
They also covered the b-side ‘Whenever You’re Ready, We’ll Go Steady Again’
It comes in a lovely ‘homage’ sleeve based on the original, with labels to match.
This is the first in the set of seven 7″ singles of the ‘Damaged Goods 30th Anniversary Singles Club’. It’s a cover of The Glitter Band’s second single ‘Just For You’ originally released on the Bell Record label in July 1974. If you join the ‘Singles Club’ you’ll get the limited PINK vinyl version of […]
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 […]
40 Years of Childish! Career-spanning compilation! TRIPLE GATEFOLD LP & DOUBLE CD – Sleeve notes by Stewart Lee How did Billy come to be? Holed away in the distant inter tidal marshland of mid-Seventies Kent, breaking rocks in the hot sun as a teenage dockland stonemason, undiagnosed dyslexia and general insubordination denying him the educational […]
HOLLY GOLIGHTLY IS BACK…With her first full band album since 2015’s Slowtown Now!
Do The Get Along features 12 songs performed by the perfect Holly Golightly band line-up of Bruce Brand (drums), Matt Radford (double bass), Ed Deegan (guitar) and Bradley Burgess (guitar). Alongide nine original tracks there are three choice covers – ‘Satan is His Name’ by Steve King & The Echelons, ‘Love (Can’t You Hear Me)’ by the Knight Bros., and ‘I Don’t Know’, originally recorded by Ruth Brown.