70's UK Punk/New Wave Listing =Go

Gobblinz/ God's Gift/ Golinski Brothers/ Gonads/ Dave Goodman & Friends/ Gordon The Moron/ Gorillas/ Graph/ Gratis/

Greedies/ Carl Green & The Scene/ Grinder/ Grout/ Grow-Up/ G.T.'s/ Gyppo/ Gyro


GOBBLINZ

P-8454 London/ Women In Love (Pinnacle 3/78)

BECK-878/BAC-1 Love Me Too/ All Of This And More// Communique (Bacon 1979)

 

Punk/pop new wave.

 

GOD'S GIFT

These Days (Newmarket 1979)

 

v-Steve Edwards g-Stephen Murphy b-Laura Plant d-Paul Ledbetter

From Manchester.

 

GOLINSKI BROTHERS

comp.)

5.Bloody 6.Too Scared on 'Vaultage 79'

 

Power pop. 'Bloody/ Toy' (Badge BADGE-6) is listed.

 

GONADS

Be My Beachcomber Baby (Scrotum 1978)

 

Legendary 1st single from this Oi punk band, described as 'ramonesy'. Really exist?

 

DAVE GOODMAN & FRIENDS

TLR-008 Justifiable Homicide/ Take Down Your Fences

(The Label 8/78) -b-side =Dave Goodman solo.

comp.)

4.Justifiable Homicide on 'Business Unusual'

3.Justifiable Homicide on 'The Label (Sofa)'

 

Backed up by: g-Steve Jones (Sex Pistols) d-Paul Cook (Sex Pistols) b-Ian Woodcock (Eater, later Vibrators)

back v-Ben Brieley (Ex.Front, later Vibrators, Naziz Against Facism), Martin Hayles, Jamie Wilde (Bay City Rollers'

Leslie's brother) perc.-Mark Farley

Punk. A producer of Sex Pistols, Eater etc.

 

GORDON THE MORON

TOSH-107 De Do Dough Don't Be Dough (Rabid 12/78) -12"

TOSH-111 Fit For Nothing/ Sold On You (Rabid 1979)

 

Pop new wave.

 

GORILLAS

NS-4 She's My Gal/ Why Wait 'til Tomorrow (Chiswick 1976)

NS-8 Gatecrasher/ Gorilla Got Me (Chiswick 1977)

RAW-2 You Really Got Me/ Leavin' 'ome (Raw 1977) -as Hammersmith Gorillas. -re-issue of their debut single

orig. issued in 1974 on Pye.

RAW-14 It's My Life/ My Son's Alive (Raw 1978)

LP)

RWLP-103 Message To The World (Raw 1978)

1.Foxy Lady 2.I'm A Liar 3.I Need Her 4.Going Fishing 5.New York Groover// 6.Outa My Brain 7.Waiting For You

8.No Way In 9.Last Train 10.Message To The World -rec. 12/77-1/78.

comp.)

3.She's My Gal 6.Gorilla Got Me 8.Gatecrasher on 'Submarine Tracks & Fool's Gold'

3.Leavin' 'ome 5.It's My Life 8.You Really Got Me on 'More From Raw'

 

v, g-Jesse Hector b-Alan Butler d-Gary Anderson

Pub rock/ Punk. Debuted as Hammersmith Gorillas in 1974. Single 'Message To The World/ Outa My Brain' (RAW-26)

was due to be released in 1/79.

 

GRAPH

comp.)

3.Drowning on 'Earcom'

 

Ian Elliott, Ian Burdon, Martin Rootes, d-Nick

From Sheffield. Alternative punk. Nick left summer '79. Pam Young (ex.Parts) joined on melodica, then called themselves

as Salon Graph. Young was dismissed, then as Musical Janeens.

 

GRATIS

BPM-1 Downtown/ Please Call My Number (BPM 1979) -Power pop.

 

GREEDIES

GREED-1 A Merry Jingle/ A Merry Jangle (Vertigo 1979)

 

Jones & Cook from Sex Pistols and Lynott, Downey & Gorham from Thin Lizzy.

Punk.

 

CARL GREEN & THE SCENE

Click Click Camera (Sirius 1978) on LDK33. pop new wave.

 

GRINDER

EAR-2 Wickford's So Boring? 1.Spiderman/ 2.Furry Dice 3.Other People (Wax 1979)

 

Dav-id, Si-Kic, Terry-Ball, Stu-Pid, Holy-Grail

Punk.

 

GROUT

GR Cremation At Belsen/ Stiff Thing// Nothing To Do/ Fast Cars (Urinating Vicar 1979) -rec. 12/78. only 100 copies.

 

v-Ian Stamatic v, g-Paul Paint v, g-Chris Mass b-Steve Sinister d-Tone Deaf

Punk. Started as VD Scab and the Anoraks '76. Changed to the Grout '77.

This EP was reissued on Last Year's Youth records (LAST-13) in 2002.

 

GROW-UP

OM-05 Stay Awake/ 10 Minutes/ Photo// Lake River/ So Long (Object 1979) -rec. 17/2/79

LP)

OBJ-005 The Best Thing (Object 1979) (no info.)

comp.)

1.You Are The One 2.Night Rally on 'A Manchester Collection'

 

v, g-John Bisset-Smith b-Steven Brown d-Billy John McDonald sax-Richard Westwood trombone-Steven Westwood

Alternative punk.

 

G.T.'S

comp.)

3.Millionaire 11.Move On on 'Raw Deal'

 

Punk. There was girls pop duo called the G.T.'s on Stiff records '79, having nothing to do w/ this band.

 

GYPPO

UP-36510 High Rise Love (UA 1979) on LDK26.

 

GYRO

TOSH-104 Central Detention Centre/ Purple And Red (Rabid 3/78)

 

v, d-Ian Drummond v, g-Chris Gill b-Phillip Scott d-Adam Rogers

From Manchester. Listed as punk.

 

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