Sep 7, 2009

V.A. - Lightning Records - The Punk Singles Collection

Lightning Records carved their name into punk history with the release of some of the most collectable punk singles to be released in the late 70's. This collection is the first ever to round up the punk history of the label. Included in this unique compilation , all appearing on CD for the first time. Covers included.

Genre: Punk Rock
Year: 1996
Label: Anagram Records
Size: 73,66 mb
Bitrate: 160 kbps

  1. Jet Bronx And The Forbidden - Ain’t Doin’ Nuthin’
  2. The Mirrors - Cure For Cancer
  3. The Jerks - Get You Woofing Dog Off Me
  4. Blitzkrieg Bop - Let’s Go
  5. Martin And The Brownshirts - Taxi Driver
  6. Elton Montello - Jet Boy Jet Girl
  7. Fruit Eating Bears - Chevy Heavy
  8. Dirty Dogs - Let Go Of My Hands
  9. Horror Comic - I Don’t Mind
  10. Too Much - Who You Wanna Be
  11. The Nervs - TV Advert
  12. Cane - College Girls
  13. Cane - D.K. Dance
  14. Neville Wanker And The Punters - Boys On The Dole
  15. The Mirrors - Dark Glasses
  16. Nasty Media - Spiked Copy
  17. Blitzkrieg Bop - U.F.O.
  18. Krypton Tunes - All In Jail
  19. The Jerks - Cool
  20. Too Much - Kick Me One More Time
  21. Open Sore - Vertigo (Live)
  22. The Crabs - Lullabies Lie (Live)


  1. King of Soul5/29/2010 1:16 PM

    I've been looking for Martin & the Brown Shirts 'Taxi Driver for maybe 6 years since it had been picked by Mojo as one of the 100 punk singles to own. I've got them all now thanks to you. Good job!
    King of Soul.

  2. Too Much are brilliant its ashame not all their songs are on CD. Im sending off their Records to have them all on CD so if anyone would like a copy made or to learn more about the Band (because i feel they was too good to go un spoken about now) please take a look at the site i am started about them and also will be putting their songs on youtube soon, details will be on the site which is More info will keep being loaded on there as i have only started it today!!! But they were brilliant!!! Did you no that they played on the roof of lightning records and the streets went wild and loved them then the police came and arrested them and they were in the paper and made sure they was heard and good on them because they made history!! Too Much was one of the earliest NWOBHM bands!! a huge wink to traditional hardrock. They are seen as one of the ancestors of the sub-genre of NWOBHM and therefore worth to mention, not much because of their two 7" releases they did at the end of the seventies on the small Lightning Records. RUSSELL SOLLOF ... LEAD GUITAR COLIN JOHN BATES ... VOCALS DICK CONOLLY ... BASS GUITAR DAVE MEW ... DRUMS Thanks for reading this and dont forget to keep checking the site!!! :) and please tell friends!!! A band that great should not be forgotten!!! Thanks for reading, NUMBER 1 FAN ... FRANKEE

  3. Nice to read your comment, Frankee. I agree with all your views, but am somewhat biased, as I am Colin's sister and went to many gigs with Too Much. I am glad you are helping to keep memories of my late brother and Too Much alive. Janet

    1. hi my names paul reeves and I was brought up on the Debden estate Loughton Essex, too much used to rehearse at fairmead youth club I remember Collin and Russell but i'm a bit mixed as to who did what as I recall Colin was the singer russ guitar dick drumming, I remember them doing patty smiths Gloria there own song I didn't love you anyway, they had a ford angular which we used to stand on the bumper and hang on as it sped round the playground. I'm sure ive still got their single somewhere, great memories great band.