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VA - Rockin' With Morrissey's Side-Men

VA - Rockin' With Morrissey's Side-Men 
(2006, Anagram Records)

01 The Polecats - Rockabilly Guy
02 The Polecats - Chicken Shack
03 Frantic Flinstones - Lunatics Are Ravin'
04 Frantic Flinstones - Love For A Nutter
05 The Sharks - Hooker
06 The Sharks - Scratchin' My Way Out
07 The Sharks - Surfcaster
08 The Sharks - My Neighbour's Garden
09 The Stringrays - June Rhyme
10 The Stringrays - Wedding Ring
11 The Gazmen - Rigormortis Rock
12 The Gazmen - Kid From Mars
13 The Gazmen - Teenage Operation
14 The Gazmen - Ace Of Hearts
15 Colbert Hamilton & The Nitros - 99 Girls
16 Johnny Panic - Not Bitter But Bored
17 Johnny Panic - Stay With Me
18 Johnny Panic - Paranoia

A unique idea - a compilation of all the original psychobilly/rockabilly bands that Morrissey's unique backing group have ever played in. Henceforth, you get The Polecats (Boz Boorer) The Frantic Flintstones, The Gazmen, the Sharks and the Nitros (Gary Day) Alain Whyte (The Sharks, Johnny Panic) and The Stingrays (Johnny Bridgewood). 

Boz Boorer - was in the brilliant rockabilly band The Polecats, but could often be found playing live with The Deltas and The Frantix
Gary Day - On the rockin' scene, Gary Day played on and off with The Frantic Flintstones, The Sharks and The Nitros (who often recorded as Colbert Hamilton's backing group). He also recorded with The Gazmen, which was basically The Sharks with the addition of Morrissey's guitarist, Alain Whyte.
Alain Whyte - long time Moz collaberator and guitarist who was in a few obscure rockabilly bands before teaming up with The Sharks to record as The Gazmen, and then went on to play in and produce Johnny Panic and The Bible Of Dreams.
Johnny Bridgewood - one time Morrissey bassist came from the psycho/garage band, The Stingrays.

The Beat Club - Dreams Were Made To Be Broken

The Beat Club - Dreams Were Made To Be Broken
(1991, Robs Records)

01 Dreams Were Made To Be Broken
02 Dreams Were Made To Be Broken (Instrumental)
03 Dreams Were Made To Be Broken (Beat Mix)
04 Dreams Were Made To Be Broken (Beat Dub Mix)


Hedy - Superfine

Hedy - Superfine (cd single,1996)
01 Superfine
02 Dreams Made Flesh
03 Virtual Girl

Hedy were post-Primitives band led by Paul Court. Following the breakup of The Primitives Paul formed "Starpower," which released two singles (Turn My World / Drifter) before changing names to "Hedy," a name that comes from the title of a film for which Lou Reed wrote music.


The Primitives - You Are The Way EP

The Primitives - You Are The Way EP CD5 (1991, RCA)

01 You Are The Way
02 Sun Pulse
03 In My Dreams
04 Stop Killing Me (Acoustic Version)


VA - Eternity: Project One

VA - Eternity: Project One (1989, Rough Trade Records)

01 Robo-Bop - Bang Me Baby
02 Lyndsey Holloday - Feel The Love
03 Splendid - Paco's Revenge
04 STP 23 - Let Jimi Take Over
05 Eternity - That's What I Want
06 Mr. Love - Mr. Love
07 Eternity - Ashram House
08 Eternity - Sanctuary
09 The Orb - Tripping On Sunshine (Live Mix)
10 Discotec 2000 - Feel This
11 The Orb - Borrowed Love (KLF Slow The Beats) /bonus track
12 Splendid - The Return Of Paco / bonus track


Morrissey - Everyday Is Like Sunday (2 x 7" vinyl)

Morrissey - Everyday Is Like Sunday 2x7" (2010, Major Minor)

7inch - №1
A Everyday Is Like Sunday (2010 Remaster) 
B Trash (Live at Pacific Ampitheatre, Coast Mesa, CA, 1991)

7inch - №2
Everyday Is Like Sunday (2010 Remaster)
B Everyday Is Like Sunday (Live at The Hollywood Bowl, June 8, 2007)


See See Rider - Stolen Heart EP

See See Rider - Stolen Heart EP CD (1991, Lazy Records)

01 Stolen Heart
02 Stolen Heart (Loop Mix)
03 Rosey Singer
04 Girl Gone Crazy (Original Version)


Unrest - Isabel Bishop EP

Unrest - Isabel Bishop EP (1993, 4AD)

01 Isabel
02 Teenage Suicide
03 Love To Know
04 Nation Writer