V/A Trash on delivery (T.O.D.) 1983 Flicknife Records 320 kbps
THE BABYSITTERS : Everybody loves you / THE GENOCIDES : Private hell / THE LONDON COWBOYS : Let's get crazy ! / MARIONETTE : My baby sucks real bad / BAD DETECTIVE : Favourite record / THE BARRACUDAS : You're gonna miss me (live) / MARIONETTE : Too far gone / DOGS D'AMOUR : Teenage / SUFFRAGETTE : Do you want my love ? / GARRIE J. LAMMIN : I heard the devil / NIKKI SUDDEN & THE BIBLE BELT : Waiting for the siege / THE BABYSITTERS : Livin' out rock'n'roll .
Sleeve by R. Zell / Frenchie - Compiled by Frenchie Gloder .
The holy grail of bands who looked to conquer theses sleazy streets of London in the early '80s are contained in the almighty 1983 compilation Trash On Delivery. Not quite "third wave glam" (but if you like-y, be sure to check out Jook or The Radio Stars) or third wave punk (not quite the Anti-Nowhere League, but check out the UK Subs new threads! Keep Un Running Until You Burn!), Trash On Delivery stands on it's own as something completely unique to itself. A snapshot into a brief space of time when the previous glories of '70s Glam Rock, Punk, & Heavy Metal met in perfect harmony for perhaps the 1st time. Twenty odd years later it remains a perfect sleaze punk record and a guaranteed blueprint for those who'd help further commercialize the scene later in the decade (see The Quireboys, Wolfsbane, The Wildhearts, Tattooed Love Boys, and Soho Roses just to name a few.) The compilation, put together by Flicknife Records' Frenchy Gloder (also of The Genocides, whose scorcher "Private Hell" is included on the comp) features a hodge podge of classic gems ranging from crash and burn trash rawk of emerging scenesters like the awesome Marionette and The Babysitters to the then present day projects of Post-Punk era upper crusts like The Barracudas, The London Cowboys (Glen Matlock, Barry Jones, & Steve Dior) and ex-Swell Map Nikki Sudden (with his Bible Belt project). Add in some one off gems like Bad Detective's lost power pop classic "Favorite Record", Suffragette's "Do You Want My Love", and "I Heard The Devil" by Little Roosters frontman and future Eastenders TV Celeb, Garrie J. Lammin, as well as the first recorded release of an embryonic Dogs D'amour and Ray Zell cover art,and you've got one primo slab of proto Sleaze Punk !
Adam T. in "Sleazegrinder.com"Max nous a fait une merveilleuse pochette !