Way back in 1982, Battersea based mod heroes The Direct Hits had released one single on Dan Treacy's Whamm! record label, 'Modesty Blaise' earlier in the year. This was singled out in the music press as not just one of your average Jam crash / bang /wallop mod revivalist tunes. Live gigs showed they had a mighty powerful set of catchy mod / pop tunes in the back pocket. Whamm! were struggling to provide the funds to record an album, the songs were too good not to commit to a full 12' set, so the Direct Hits pooled their limited resources and self financed a very cheap one day recording session in a tiny studio in Tooting, South London called Broadway Sound.
Remastered Limited Blue Vinyl with Gatefold Sleeve. Includes A2 poster and 3 art prints of each individual band member.
A1 Ride My Bicycle A2 I Start Counting A3 Too Shy A4 Leander, By The River A5 Miranda Berkley A6 This Was Marc Deans
B1 Naughty Little Boy B2 What Killed Aleister Crowley B3 I’d Rather Stay Than Go B4 Sunny Honey Girl B5 I Feel The Earth Move B6 Start Living
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