3 Track, pink vinyl 7″ in a Box with a badge, 2 stickers and a Postcard This was demo versions of the tracks on the album.
Standard 7″ Black vinyl single version of the single in the box set, cover stars are Keith ‘Cheggers’ Chegwin and Tony ‘mate’ Blackburn.
Our second release with Billy Childish was a one off 7″ from the briefly reformed Milkshakes.
Recorded at the same time as the final Milkshakes album ‘Still Talkin’ ’bout’ which came out on Vinyl Japan.
This was a 2 track, one sided FLEXI DISC which came with a wraparound sleeve in a poly bag. The Shout disbanded shortly after this and became GENIUS FREAK (see YUBB07)
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 […]
Their second single following their debut, the self released ‘Mush E.p.’ (geddit) The Ludicrous Lollipops was a band formed in Coventry in the late 1980s. The initial members were all students at the University Of Warwick who together produced a noisy, pop punky stuff. First and foremost a live act, they toured the UK extensively and attracted a loyal following […]
4 track 12″ from redditch punk pop band The Sect. First pressing was on Blue Vinyl, Second Pressing was yellow and we have seen a few on green vinyl, which was probably just mis-coloured vinyl from the plant which sneaked out, probably on 10-15 of these.
Reissue of the first Slaughter and The Dogs album that was first released by Decca records in 1978.
Our first ever release by Billy Childish. A split single with Thee Headcoatees & Thee Headcoats
It’s a split 7″ which came out in 2 different editions, the first was a Red/Yellow cover with white and blue splattered vinyl, that sold out really quick and even entered the top 10 of the indie charts so a few weeks later we got a repress done, this time it was a black and white cover and the vinyl was clear with a few swirly bits in it.
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!