A short lived, shouty experiment, that involved Paul Mills from Backs Records a bloke called Ian Gardiner, and Rupert Orton from The Jim Jones Revue, quite possibly the first band in Norwich to use technic turntables and a sampler in anger. An early Casio, probably stollen. They appeared on Cocker records on the first single, which got an interesting if not very supportive or positive response from the Evening News. The few gigs they did involved the members usually blunted up and drunk on Crucial Brew standing around a tape recorder shouting. They were excellent.


Cocker Club One EP

7" Vinyl, hand made sleeve, Cat No: Cock1

Intro - Russell Trout

Fountain of Love - Regional Person

Dr Fondle - Sexy Body

Fountain of love

Fountain Of Love

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