Live at Shades, Nottingham, Monday 16th January 1978

by Skin Patrol

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Pushing the sonic envelope beyond all rational limits this is Skin Patrol Mark 1 at their VU best, in fact it reminds me of a Velvets/Yardbirds bootleg that Jim bought at Camden Market way back. Insane but I wouldn't have it any other way. Feel the fear and do it anyway, surf that wave of sound! Big Jake

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released August 8, 2014

Richard Elgood (Vocals), Robert 'Lou' Courtney (Guitar), Andrew Dickinson (Bass), Andrew Turnbull (Lead 'Johnny Thunders' Guitar), Leon was meant to be on Drums but as you hear here walked out an hour before the gig to be hastily replaced by the wonderful Bob Fawcett of the excellent Some Chicken who played this with no rehearsal, never having heard it!.

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Skin Patrol went through many line-up and stylistic changes before becoming “One Million Fuzztone Guitars”, after a brief rehearsal period known as “The Graveyard”. One Million Fuzztone Guitars released two singles “Heaven b/w Annuese” and “Men’s Hearts b/w Creepy Crawl” and an LP “(Roman, I Have Some Bad News For You) 26″ on the Manchester based “Monsters In Orbit” label, before disbanding. BTRYW ... more

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