Live at the Peppermint Lounge, New York City on Saturday, 26 February 1983. Full show from the second night of the legendary "Smell Of Female" recordings. 300 copies only. Black vinyl, no repress. Learn More
Completely remastered, re-edited and now includes the 5 tracks missing from the original release giving the complete live set. A revamped sleeve (heavy weight card) using the original poster art which inspired the first release and liner notes detailing the various aspects and history of this release. Limited to 500 copies. Learn More
Three songs, three languages, including the german ode to Kiez Banause Tripsi, the man who calls at least three St. Pauli bars his living room. The track is inspired by the Allusions "Gipsy Woman", the only cover on here and exclusively released on this Single. "I Don’t Like You" is taken from the "Birds & Bees" LP and the french "TouDouDou" is a new and exclusive track as well. Learn More
CURLEE WURLEE! has a unique style: fronted by its French female song-writer-organist and accompanied by three other well-known musicians, their songs are a schizophrenic mix of intricate compositions influenced by garage punk, French drama, beat, punkrock, neo-garage and potentially surf/exotica, with its very personal signature on top. Learn More
30 years of Damaged Goods: punk, garage and indie, with artists including Thee Headcoats, Holly Golightly, Johnny Moped, Manic Street Preachers, Cowbell, Pete Molinari, Fabienne Delsol, Thee Dagger Debs and many more.
"Archival recordings from the dark days before (and during) the tenure of 'Dan Melchior's Broke Revue' (still active). Recorded on various archaic technology (hence antiquated cover art) - and tarted up with new fangled robot stuff."
In the mid 70´s Darryl Read (ex-Crushed Butler) had another try at stardom and recorded these unreleased demos with the help of Silverhead´s Steve Forrest and Charlie Harty. Two Proto-Punkers which were rejected by EMI and stayed in the vaults until now. Limited edition of 500 copies! Learn More