Flying Saucer Attack / No / Somebody’s Gonna Get Their Head Kicked In Tonight / Top Of The Pops / 2000 AD / It Gets Me / Can’t Stand My Baby
Glad All Over / Good Sculptures / I Like It / Getting Me Down / Cold Wars / Bad Guy Reaction
The Rezillos from Edinburgh, the debut LP which I have decided to upload, which coincidentally contain the A sides of the first three singles (different versions though), how pleasant life can be sometimes…
Great bit of new wave pop from this band that everyone likes!
Text below ripped from allmusic.com
Although frequently aligned with the punk movement, the Rezillos’ (later known as the Revillos) irreverent glam rock image and affection for campy girl group iconography set them distinctly apart from their peers. Formed in 1976 in Edinburgh, Scotland, the group was initially a fluid and highly informal collective centered around lead vocalists Eugene Reynolds (Alan Forbes) and Fay Fife (Sheila Hynde), and fleshed out by lead guitarist Luke Warm (Jo Callis), second guitarist Hi-Fi Harris (Mark Harris), Dr. D.K. Smythe on bass, drummer Angel Patterson (Alan Patterson), and backing vocalist Gale Warning.
The Rezillos’ early repertoire contained material from the likes of Screaming Lord Sutch, the Dave Clark Five, and the Sweet. The success of their 1977 debut single “I Can’t Stand My Baby” was unexpected, especially by the band members themselves, who never considered the group much more than a lark; as a result of the more serious pressures now exerted on the Rezillos, Harris, Smythe, and Warning all departed, while bassist/saxophonist William Mysterious (born William Donaldson) signed on as a permanent member.
After signing to major-label Sire, the quintet reached the U.K. Top 20 with a single titled, ironically enough, “Top of the Pops.” After releasing their 1978 debut LP Can’t Stand the Rezillos, Mysterious was replaced by Simon Templar, but internal problems continued to plague the group, and following a farewell tour, they disbanded in December 1978. Patterson, Warm, and Templar continued on as Shake, while Reynolds and Fife, promised they could be released from their contract if they dropped the Rezillos name, formed the Revillos.
Rejoined by Harris as well as one-time Pork Dukes drummer Rocky Rhythm, bassist Felix and backing vocalists Babs and Cherie (aka the Revettes), the first incarnation of the Revillos recorded a pair of singles, “Where’s the Boy for Me?” and “Motorbike Beat.” In mid-1979, Harris left to become an architect, and was replaced by 17-year-old guitarist Kid Krupa in time to record 1980′s Rev Up. Following the usual lineup fluctuations (Felix was replaced by Vince Spik, and Babs was replaced by singer Drax), the Revillos signed to the Superville label and issued the single “She’s Fallen in Love with a Monster Man” and the 1983 LP Attack! After a pair of self-financed U.S. tours, the band split in 1985; Reynolds formed Rockatomic and Planet Pop, while Fay joined Destroy All Men.