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Ditching conventional rock in favour of stripped down stylophone based electronica Skin Patrol become One Million Fuzztone Guitars in 'The Graveyard' Studios in August 1981. Although only their self-penned originals can be featured here, the session also included (in Jim's opinion), the ultimate version of the Doors' 'Five to One' featuring Andrew on a classic vocal delivery over threatening minimalism, a haunting version of 'Mack The Knife' and two versions of what would become a live set favourite, 'I Wanna Come Back (From The World of LSD). Take me back! Big Jake.

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released August 13, 2014

Robert Courtney (Vocals and Stylophone), Andrew Dickinson (Bass and Vocals).

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One Million Fuzztone Guitars London, UK

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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