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Memories of Brum Gigs 1980-84. Were you there

Amazing list of gigs attended by Bryan Taylor. Any more to add?

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers    
The Fabulous Poodles Birmingham Odeon 02/03/80
     
The Skids    
The Books Birmingham Odeon 26/09/80
     
Cheap Trick    
Angel City Birmingham Odeon 04/11/80
     
Uriah Heep    
Samson    
Spider Woverhampton Civic 21/11/80
     
Queen    
Straight Eight Birmingham NEC 06/12/80
     
Slade    
Taurus    
The Drill Birmingham Odeon 20/12/80
     
Elvis Costello & The Attractions    
Dave & The Mistakes Birmingham Odeon 04/03/81
     
Iron Maiden    
Trust Birmingham Odeon 12/03/81
     
Mike Harding Birmingham Odeon 24/04/81
     
The Cure    
Carnage Visors (film) Birmingham Odeon 03/05/81
     
Japan    
Modern English Birmingham Odeon 14/05/81
     
Whitesnake    
Billy Squier Stafford Bingley Hall 17/05/81
     
Toyah    
DJ Kay & The Millionaires Birmingham Odeon 20/05/81
     
The Beat    
The Belle Stars    
Nervous Kind Woverhampton Civic 24/05/81
     
Slade    
The Eric Bell Band    
Diamond Head    
Titch Turner’s Escalator Woverhampton Monmore Green  
Case Ladbroke Stadium 31/05/81
     
Light Of The World    
The Inversions Birmingham Odeon 06/06/81
     
The Teardrop Explodes    
The Delmontes Birmingham Odeon 22/06/81
     
Kraftwerk Birmingham Odeon 23/06/81
     
Robert Palmer    
Weapon Of Peace Birmingham Odeon 24/06/81
     
Duran Duran    
Animal Magnet Birmingham Odeon 11/07/81
     
UB40    
Musical Youth Birmingham Odeon 18/08/81
     
Foreigner    
Diamond Head Birmingham Odeon 25/08/81
     
Siouxsie & The Banshees    
John Cooper Clarke Birmingham Odeon 26/08/81
     
Simple Minds    
Icehouse Birmingham Odeon 24/09/81
     
Sad Cafe    
The Fabulous Wonderfuls Birmingham Odeon 01/10/81
     
Ultravox    
Eddie & Sunshine Birmingham Odeon 04/10/81
     
U2    
The Comsat Angels Birmingham Locarno 19/10/81
     
Depeche Mode    
Blancmange Birmingham Locarno 04/11/81
     
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark    
Random Hold Birmingham Odeon 08/11/81
     
The Stranglers    
Mr. Sprat’s 21st Century Popular Motets    
Taxi Girl Birmingham Odeon 15/11/81
     
UB40    
The Beat    
The Raincoats Birmingham Bingley Hall 24/11/81
     
The Human League    
The McNairs Birmingham Odeon 30/11/81
     
Joan Armatrading    
Cliff Hunter Birmingham Odeon 09/11/81
     
Japan    
Blancmange Birmingham Odeon 17/11/81
     
Toyah    
Fad Gadget Birmingham Odeon 20/12/81
     
Duran Duran    
Talk Talk Birmingham Odeon 21/12/81
     
Duran Duran    
Talk Talk Birmingham Odeon 23/12/81
     
Adam & The Ants Birmingham Odeon 18/01/82
     
New Order    
The Stockholm Monsters Moseley Imperial Cinema 23/01/82
     
The Teardrop Explodes    
The Ravishing Beauties Birmingham Odeon 06/02/82
     
UB40    
Nightdoctor Birmingham Odeon 16/02/82
     
Haircut One Hundred    
Weapon Of Peace Birmingham Locarno 16/03/82
     
Pigbag    
Traitor Birmingham Locarno 17/03/82
     
Graham Parker    
John Watts Birmingham Odeon 06/04/82
     
Bauhaus    
Doctor Filth    
Tony Allen Birmingham Locarno 23/04/82
     
The Cure    
Zerra 1 Birmingham Odeon 28/04/82
     
Fashion    
White & Torch Birmingham Odeon 27/05/82
     
Haircut One Hundred    
The Bluebells Birmingham Odeon 08/06/82
     
The Clash    
The Xpertz Birmingham Bingley Hall 18/07/82
     
Dead Wretched    
The Obsessed    
Devoid Redditch Valley Stadium 28/08/82
     
Active Restraint    
The Sect The Prole Club  
The Strange Boutique Dudley, The Crown 15/09/82
     
Stoned Rayzens The Prole Club  
Strangled At Birth Dudley, The Crown 22/09/82
     
Roxy Music    
Mari Wilson Birmingham NEC 26/09/82
     
Dexys Midnight Runners Birmingham Hippodrome 03/10/82
     
From Eden Stourbridge The Mere 08/10/82
     
Eyeless In Gaza The Prole Club  
A Hundred Days Dudley, The Crown 13/10/82
     
From Eden    
Reeves & Phipps Stourbridge, The Broadway 20/10/82
     
Kid Creole & The Coconuts    
The Impossible Dreamers Birmingham Odeon 21/10/82
     
Bauhaus    
Brilliant! Birmingham Odeon 23/10/82
     
Fashion    
Kajagoogoo Birmingham Odeon 31/10/82
     
Japan    
Sandii & The Sunsets Birmingham Odeon 04/11/82
     
Adam Ant    
The Sinatras Birmingham Odeon 06/11/82
     
A Flock Of Seagulls    
The Alarm Birmingham Odeon 08/11/82
     
Siouxsie & The Banshees    
Zerra 1 Birmingham Odeon 13/11/82
     
Yazoo    
Boys Own Birmingham Odeon 15/11/82
     
ABC    
Carmel Birmingham Odeon 18/11/82
     
From Eden    
Reeves Dudley JB’s 19/11/82
     
The Adicts    
The Sect Dudley JB’s 20/11/82
     
Ultravox    
The Messengers Birmingham Odeon 29/11/82
     
U2    
The Set Birmingham Odeon 04/12/82
     
The Jam    
Apocalypse Birmingham Bingley Hall 08/12/82
     
Simple Minds    
China Crisis Birmingham Odeon 10/12/82
     
Blancmange    
Fiat Lux Birmingham Odeon 15/12/82
     
Dire Straits Birmingham NEC 17/12/82
     
Virus    
Midnight Ramblers    
The Alchemists    
Spontaneous Human Combustion    
Endangered Species The Prole Club  
Ancient Rebels Dudley, The Crown 22/12/82
     
The Statues    
Spontaneous Human Combustion Dudley JB’s 07/01/83
     
The Pink Umbrellas    
The Start Dudley JB’s 08/01/83
     
Echo & The Bunnymen    
Now Is The Time To Forget The    
Whimpering Child Becomes A Warrior Birmingham Odeon 22/01/83
     
The Applicators Dudley JB’s 01/02/83
     
The Stranglers    
Nick Marsh Birmingham Odeon 02/02/83
     
Steve Gibbons Band Dudley JB’s 05/02/83
     
The Pink Umbrellas    
The Start Dudley JB’s 05/03/83
     
U2    
The Nightcaps Birmingham Odeon 10/03/83
     
From Eden    
The Membranes Stafford College 18/03/83
     
From Eden    
Kokuma Birmingham Duma Express,  
Formula The Opposite Lock 24/03/83
     
Mari Wilson Birmingham Odeon 25/03/83
     
U2    
Big Country Birmingham Odeon 27/03/83
     
BB Dudley JB’s 02/04/83
     
From Eden Dudley JB’s 08/04/83
     
Crown Of Thorns Dudley JB’s 09/04/83
     
Virago    
Fish And Friends Stourbridge The Mitre 14/04/83
     
From Eden    
Laissez Faire Moseley Fighting Cocks 15/04/83
     
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark    
The Cocteau Twins Birmingham Odeon 26/04/83
     
The Adicts    
Subterfuge Dudley JB’s 29/04/83
     
From Eden Stourbridge The Mere 06/05/83
     
New Order    
James Birmingham Tower Ballroom 09/05/83
     
New Model Army Dudley JB’s 13/05/83
     
The Dancing Did Dudley JB’s 14/05/83
     
The Alarm    
The Rockets Kidderminster Town Hall 19/05/83
     
From Eden    
Reeves    
Formula Birmingham Polytechnic 20/05/83
     
Hanoi Rocks    
The London Cowboys Birmingham The Mermaid 27/05/83
     
Another Dream Dudley JB’s 10/06/83
     
From Eden Stafford College 17/06/83
     
From Eden Nottingham The Asylum 22/06/83
     
Big Country    
The Dancing Did    
The Lotus Eaters    
The Swinging Laurels The Aftermath Festival  
King Birmingham University 24/06/83
     
The Chameleons Dudley JB’s 25/06/83
     
X-Mal Deutschland    
Gene Loves Jezebel Dudley JB’s 01/07/83
     
Bauhaus    
St. Anthony’s Fire Birmingham Odeon 03/07/83
     
The Pink Umbrellas Dudley JB’s 09/07/83
     
Colour Me Pop London The Rock Garden 10/07/83
     
Echo & The Bunnymen    
Fatal Charm Birmingham Odeon 16/07/83
     
The Cure    
SPK The Elephant Fayre  
Laughing Academy St. Germans, Cornwall 30/07/83
     
Lords Of The New Church Birmingham Tin Can Club 12/08/83
     
U2    
Simple Minds    
Eurythmics    
Big Country    
Steel Pulse Dublin, Phoenix Park  
Perfect Crime Phoenix Festival 14/08/83
     
The Adicts Dudley JB’s 19/08/83
     
The Stranglers    
Big Country    
Man    
Hanoi Rocks Reading Festival 26/08/83
     
Jayne County Dudley JB’s 02/09/83
     
Death Cult    
Rubella Ballet Birmingham Tin Can Club 09/09/83
     
The Gymslips Dudley JB’s 10/09/83
     
Big Country    
One The Juggler Birmingham Odeon 14/09/83
     
Bay City Rollers    
The Armoury Show    
The Comsat Angels Futurama Festival  
John Cooper Clarke Leeds Queens Hall 17/09/83
     
Killing Joke    
Death Cult    
Jayne County    
Play Dead    
Ligotage    
The Box    
The Poison Girls    
The Mekons    
Flesh For Lulu    
The Three Johns    
New Model Army    
Holy Toy    
Action Pact    
Ground Zero    
Pleasure And The Beast    
Bone Orchard    
Lavolta Lakota Futurama Festival  
Pink Peg Slax Leeds Queens Hall 18/09/83
     
The Defects Dudley JB’s 23/09/83
     
The Stockholm Monsters Dudley JB’s 24/09/83
     
Siouxsie & The Banshees    
Fad Gadget London Royal Albert Hall 30/09/83
     
Newtown Neurotics Dudley JB’s 07/10/83
     
The Chameleons Dudley JB’s 14/10/83
     
John Foxx Birmingham Tin Can Club 15/10/83
     
Hanoi Rocks    
Ausgang Birmingham Tower Ballroom 20/10/83
     
X-Mal Deutschland    
The Wolfgang Press Birmingham Tin Can Club 22/10/83
     
Echo & The Bunnymen Royal Shakespeare Theatre  
Ben Elton Stratford Upon Avon 23/10/83
     
Lords Of The New Church    
Crown Of Thorns Birmingham Tower Ballroom 25/10/83
     
The Enemy    
Iconoclasts Dudley JB’s 28/10/83
     
The Tall Boys Dudley JB’s 04/11/83
     
The Icicle Works Birmingham Polytechnic 11/11/83
     
Public Image Ltd    
First Priority Birmingham Odeon 13/11/83
     
The Chameleons    
Gene Loves Jezebel    
1919 Nottingham Rock City 16/11/83
     
Eurythmics    
Virgin Dance Birmingham Odeon 18/11/83
     
SPK Birmingham Tin Can Club 19/11/83
     
Killing Joke Birmingham Tower Ballroom 12/12/83
     
Aztec Camera Birmingham Aston University 13/12/83
     
Simple Minds    
The Decorators London The Lyceum 18/12/83
     
Elvis Costello & The Attractions    
Prefab Sprout Birmingham Odeon 19/12/83
     
Crown Of Thorns Dudley JB’s 23/12/83
     
Ramrods    
The Sect Dudley JB’s 13/01/84
     
Red Shoes Birmingham The Railway 16/01/84
     
Pop Da Freak Dudley JB’s 02/02/84
     
Spear Of Destiny    
Kingdoms Birmingham Aston University 17/02/84
     
One The Juggler Dudley JB’s 18/02/84
     
The Stockholm Monsters Dudley JB’s 24/02/84
     
Dead Or Alive Nottingham Sherwood Rooms 25/02/84
     
Prehistoric Pets Stourbridge The Mitre 02/03/84
     
Danse Society    
Dormannu Birmingham The Powerhouse 04/03/84
     
From Eden    
Visit Birmingham Duma Express,  
Jeremy Paige The Opposite Lock 08/03/84
     
Simple Minds Birmingham Odeon 13/03/84
     
The Armoury Show    
And Also The Trees Birmingham Tin Can Club 16/03/84
     
The Smiths    
Red Guitars Birmingham Tower Ballroom 20/03/84
     
Pale Fountains    
Year Zero Birmingham Tin Can Club 23/03/84
     
Julian Cope    
The Woodentops Birmingham Odeon 24/03/84
     
Flesh For Lulu    
Pop Da Freak Birmingham Tin Can Club 30/03/84
     
The Chameleons    
The Wild Flowers Birmingham Tin Can Club 31/03/84
     
The Chameleons    
Blue In Heaven Manchester The Hacienda 06/04/84
     
Joe Jackson    
Big Heat Birmingham Odeon 08/04/84
     
Gang Of Four Manchester Carousel Club 13/04/84
     
The Waterboys    
The Scarecrows Birmingham Tin Can Club 14/04/84
     
Gang Of Four    
The Europeans London Hammersmith Palais 15/04/84
     
The Cocteau Twins Birmingham The Powerhouse 17/04/84
     
REM Birmingham Tin Can Club 24/04/84
     
The Cure    
And Also The Trees Birmingham Odeon 29/04/84
     
Hanoi Rocks    
The Milkshakes    
The Stingrays    
Guana Batz    
The Tall Boys    
The Prisoners Nottingham The Palais 30/04/84
     
Spear Of Destiny Birmingham The Powerhouse 01/05/84
     
New Model Army Dudley JB’s 04/05/84
     
Zerra 1 Dudley JB’s 05/05/84
     
From Eden    
The Kiss Club Dudley JB’s 11/05/84
     
Psychedelic Furs Aylesbury Friars 12/05/84
     
Prefab Sprout    
Hurrah Birmingham Odeon 16/05/84
     
The Adicts    
The Sect Dudley JB’s 18/05/84
     
Psychedelic Furs Liverpool University 19/05/84
     
Psychedelic Furs Birmingham Odeon 20/05/84
     
Psychedelic Furs Stoke On Trent  
Passion Puppets Hanley, Victoria Hall 22/05/84
     
Psychedelic Furs    
Passion Puppets Nottingham University 23/05/84
     
The Cramps    
Specimen Birmingham Odeon 26/05/84
     
New Order    
The Stockholm Monsters Birmingham The Powerhouse 03/06/84
     
Hanoi Rocks Birmingham The Powerhouse 05/06/84
     
Dead Can Dance Dudley JB’s 08/06/84
     
Friends Again Dudley JB’s 09/06/84
     
Siouxsie & The Banshees Birmingham Odeon 11/06/84
     
Siouxsie & The Banshees Birmingham Odeon 12/06/84
     
The Passion Killers Lye, Peppers 13/06/84
     
The Statues Stourbridge, The Broadway 14/06/84
     
From Eden Leicester Polytechnic 17/06/84
     
From Eden Birmingham University 21/06/84
     
X-Mal Deutschland Birmingham The Powerhouse 24/06/84
     
Hanoi Rocks Stafford Top Of The World 25/06/84
     
The Inca Babies Dudley JB’s 29/06/84
     
Artery Birmingham Peacocks 30/06/84
     
The Inca Babies    
From Eden Birmingham Tin Can Club 30/06/84
     
Psychedelic Furs London Hammersmith Odeon 02/07/84
     
The Kiss Club    
From Eden Birmingham Barrel Organ 11/07/84
     
The Go Betweens    
The Scientists    
From Eden London Dingwalls 19/07/84
     
Helen & The Horns Dudley JB’s 20/07/84
     
The Waterboys London Marquee 22/07/84
     
10 Go To 20 Stourbridge Jesters 25/07/84
     
Cry Of The Innocent Stourbridge Jesters 09/08/84
     
Prehistoric Pets    
The Kiss Club Birmingham Snobs 17/08/84
     
The Armoury Show    
The 10 O’Clock Gang Birmingham Tin Can Club 18/08/84
     
Cabaret Voltaire Birmingham The Powerhouse 21/08/84
     
The Skeletal Family    
Balaam & The Angel Birmingham Tin Can Club 25/08/84
     
The Rag Dolls Birmingham Peacocks 29/08/84
     
The Kiss Club Birmingham Peacocks 02/09/84
     
The Wild Flowers Birmingham Peacocks 14/09/84
     
The Kiss Club Kingswinford The Summerhill 17/09/84
     
Major 5    
Chase Dudley JB’s 18/09/84
     
The Sid Presley Experience Dudley JB’s 28/09/84
     
Lloyd Cole & The Commotions    
The Blow Monkeys Coventry Polytechnic 03/10/84
     
Echo & The Bunnymen Birmingham Odeon 05/10/84
     
Echo & The Bunnymen Birmingham Odeon 06/10/84
     
Sisters Of Mercy London The Lyceum 31/10/84
     
The Icicle Works Wolverhampton Civic Hall 01/11/84
     
Terry & Gerry Birmingham Virgin Records 02/11/84
     
The Rag Dolls    
Pigbros Birmingham Peacocks 03/11/84
     
Lords Of The New Church Birmingham Tin Can Club 03/11/84
     
The Surf Drums    
Mighty Mighty Birmingham Barrel Organ 05/11/84
     
From Eden Dudley JB’s 07/11/84
     
10 Go To 20 Birmingham Peacocks 08/11/84
     
From Eden Birmingham Peacocks 09/11/84
     
U2    
The Waterboys Birmingham NEC 12/11/84
     
Flesh For Lulu Birmingham TIn Can Club 16/11/84
     
The March Violets Birmingham TIn Can Club 17/11/84
     
The Cult    
Balaam & The Angel Birmingham The Powerhouse 20/11/84
     
The Surf Drums    
The Great Outdoors Birmingham Peacocks 03/12/84
     
The Rag Dolls Birmingham Peacocks 06/12/84
     
The Babysitters Birmingham Peacocks 07/12/84
     
Mighty Mighty    
Russell Burton’s 15 Minutes    
The Velvet Underwear Birmingham Peacocks 08/12/84
     
Lloyd Cole & The Commotions    
The Blow Monkeys Birmingham The Powerhouse 09/12/84

Terry & Gerry

Brilliant political skiffle band who were renowned for their riotous live performances.

Terry and Gerry are a British pop band, originally formed in the early 1980s by Terry Lilley and Gerry Colvin in Birmingham, England. Unusually for the time the band was based on a skiffle sound, making use of a washboard for percussion instead of a drum kit. Terry Lilley plays double bass, and Gerry Colvin sings lead vocals and plays acoustic guitar.
History
Gerry Colvin had studied American Studies at university and worked for an American bank before turning to music. Americana and comment on American politics and culture were to feature strongly in some of the band’s songs (“Kennedy Says”, “Reservation”, “A Thousand Towns”, “Pizza Pie and Junk”). Terry Lilley had previously been a member of punk band Dennis & the Din Makers and later of Vision Collision.

Terry and Gerry took their style from nineteen fifties pop artists – they wore black evening suits and ribbon ties in the style of the Everly Brothers while sounding more akin to Britain’s Lonnie Donegan. The songs written by Colvin/Lilley were remarkable for their brevity with the three songs on the first side of their debut EP Butter’s On the Bread totalling just four minutes and five seconds. Butter’s on the Bread referred to the miners’ strike of 1984.

Butter’s On the Bread appeared on Robert Lloyd’s Vindaloo records but subsequent records were released on the In Tape record label run by Marc Riley (ex The Fall).

BBC disc jockey and Donegan fan John Peel promoted the band when apparently by chance he picked out their demonstration tape because his wife’s best friends were also known as Terry and Gerry. He thought the coincidence was too great to ignore. The band recorded three sessions for the John Peel programme.

Their second and most successful release “Clothes Shop” was reviewed by Morrissey on BBC Radio who declared “I like it – don’t know why”. It reached number 5 in the UK Indie Chart.

The band’s third release “Banking on Simon” was used in abridged form as the theme to the ITV children’s television music-themed quiz game Poparound, which was produced by Central Independent Television and ran for two series between 1985-6. Terry and Gerry appeared on one edition of the programme to perform the song (with “Doreen” playing washboard). Despite the use of the A-side as a children’s TV theme the B-side featured a song about a young man named Joey tragically addicted to illegal drugs. At the time the name Joey had a particular stigma attached to it after children cruelly used it to abuse others in reference to Joey Deacon a man with cerebral palsy who had appeared on BBC children’s TV show Blue Peter. Another theme was recorded for the Newshound show but not released on record.

Terry and Gerry’s only LP record From Lubbock to Clintwood East is a reference to Buddy Holly’s hometown Lubbock, Texas and a fictitious suburb that is a play on the name of the actor Clint Eastwood.

“Reservation”, a comment on European treatment of indigenous Americans also serves as a comment on UK housing policy. It was backed by “Pizza Pie and Junk” a tale from the point of view of a British person saving up to fly to America on Freddie Laker’s or Richard Branson’s cut-price airlines and what they might find.

“Last Bullet in the Gun” is an uncharacteristically slow-paced song that offered no hope or joy and which describes a suicide. It was to be the band’s last single and it reached #1 in the indie charts.

After Terry and Gerry
In 1986 Gerry Colvin worked with other musicians as The Man Upstairs co-writing “Consumer Song”, “Country Boy” and “I Bet They’re Really Missing Me Downstairs” on the collectable The Consumers’ EP.

Gerry Colvin collaborated with singer-songwriter Alison Moyet on the song “Find Me” which appears on her 1991 album Hoodoo. He went on to front two bands, Gerry Colvin’s Inexperience and The Atlantics, both of which were popular live acts. Colvin subsequently performed and recorded with Nick Quarmby, Martin Fitzgibbon, Allen Maslen and Marion Fleetwood as ColvinQuarmby.

Terry Lilley studied for and achieved a higher national diploma in jazz studies; the only double-bass player to do so.

Jeremy Paige formed Rumblefish releasing an album on East West Records in 1992 and then Low Art Thrill releasing an album on Island Records in 1996, both with various supporting singles.

Mick Howson joined the Destroyers, a 15 piece gypsy band playing hurdygurdy.

In 2007 Cherry Red Records issued a retrospective collection of studio and live recordings

In 2014 autumn dates were advertised for Terry and Gerry performing as part of a John Peel Commemorative tour. During this tour, the band sold a new 6 track recording called “Dear John EP”. In April 2015 Terry and Gerry were the special guests of Status Quo on the “Aquostic – Live” tour culminating with a performance at the Royal Albert Hall.

Band members
Terry Lilley – double bass and singing
Gerry Colvin – guitar and singing
Su Richardson(aka ,Su Sonic, Doreen Deville) – washboard and singing
Andy Downer – guitar and singing
Jeremy Paige replaced Andy Downer for ‘Reservation’
Mick Howson ex ricky cool and the icebergs founder member replaced Jeremy Paige for ‘Last Bullet in the Gun’

Discography
Butter’s On the Bread EP: (Vindaloo Records UGH7) 7-inch
Side 1:Hello

1. Butter’s On the Bread
2. T.V. Song
Side A.

1. Dennis & Brian
2. Wait Until You’re Older
Clothes Shop/ Kennedy Says (In Tape Records IT 014) released 2/3/85 12-Inch EP (IT 018) includes Butter’s on the Bread, Dennis and Brian, Wait Until You’re Older (Live)

Banking On Simon/ Joey (In Tape Records 019) released 10/8/85 12-Inch includes The Good, The Bad and the Usherette and Wolfman’s Request

From Lubbock To Clintwood East LP: (In Tape Records Twenty-Two) released 7/12/85

Side 1: Hello/ Joey/ Ballad of a Nasty Man/ C.A.R.S/ A Thousand Towns/ Percy Crusoe/ The Good, the Bad and the Usherette/ Side 2: Fashion Rodeo/ The Armchair Terrorist’s Song/ How Long Johnny?/ Reservation/ A Sea Shanty for the Gravy Boat/ Hello (Slow version)/ Oscar’s Theme

The cassette version of the album adds Wolfman’s Request, Kennedy Says and Clothes Shop to side 1.

Reservation/ Pizza Pie & Junk (In Tape Records IT 027), released 19/4/86 Nb the single version of ‘Reservation’ differs from the LP version.

The Last Bullet in the Gun/ Victory Polka/ Independents’ Day/ Joey (ITTI 036) released 6/9/86

Let’s Get The Hell Back To Lubbock (Cherry Red Records cdmred315) released 23/4/07 is a comprehensive CD compilation of Terry & Gerry studio recordings with some additional live tracks.

Dear John EP (no label) released October 2014. Tracklisting: The Cossacks of Cadbury Road/ This Town Will/ Johnny Who?/ Fate Unknown/ Down on Animal Farm/ Bias Binding (original version which previously appeared on Yeah Yeah Noh’s Prick Up Your Ears EP in 1985)

This ticket was sent by Jacki Booth who was Ents Officer at Birmingham University Students Guild (BUGS)

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