Our first proper single with Thee Headcoatees, they asked us what tracks we would like so we said ‘Davey Crockett’ and ‘Young Blood’ please.
They went into the studio and two weeks later the DAT arrived.
We pressed in on marbled orange vinyl, there’s a few test pressings on black vinyl too.
3 Track Red Vinyl Limited Edition 7″ single from the West London Punky Poppy very entertaining, drunk Big Boy Tomato.
5 Track 12″ Recorded at Workshop Studios, Redditch March 90 Produced by Mark Tempest and The Sect, Engineered by Mark Tempest
Long delayed debut album from Identity, one of the daftest punk-pop bands around, good album though!
Picture disc version of the FNARR07 12″ which came with a free postcard
12″ White Vinyl single, which also included a free fanzine.
Limited edition of 2000 BROWN vinyl 7″ Headcoat Lane was Billy and Bruce doing their Sherlock & Watson routine which they first did on the ‘My Dear Watson’ single, which came out on Estrus Records in that thereUSA. The b-side was Thee Headcoats doing a roaring version of Link Wray’s ‘Comanche’
4 Track 7″
4 Track EP, first 500 on Pink vinyl, next 500 on Black. This four tracks EP was recorded live in 1977, just before their “Bend & Flush” single was released. The sound quality is a little poor and the vocals are rather low in the mix.