Three obscure slices of Wire-y / Homosexuals-esque hick pop from Peterborough, England, circa ’77 through ’78. How’s that for brevity? ‘Into The 80′s’ is the dare-I-say ‘best known’ track of the lot, owing to the collateral cachet of association with Raw Records of Cambridge and having appeared on a handful of Bloodstains/Killed By ______ comps. A very posthumous band indeed – any way you slice it.
And I’m recovering from Katrina, ripping up baseboards – how are you?
The Now “Into The 80′s” This was the only official release of the Now’s short life-span. Recorded ’77, released ’79.