You are bidding on the hard to find 12” by the psychobilly band FRENZY titled "I See Red" that wasreleased in 1986 on I.D. Records (EYET 7). It is on black vinyl.The vinyl is in excellent condition with only minimal signs of handling. The sleeve is in VG+ condition with minimal signs of handling and record wear. Only played a handful of times. Apologies for any glare/flash on the picture, but my digital camera kinda sucks - sorry! Here are my "rules", and I ask that you read them fully, so there is no confusion after the auction ends... I M*U*S*T ship it to the mailing address on your Paypal account(no exceptions!). I will NOT ship to Italy or Brazil - no exceptions - please do not ask. I MUST HAVE PAYMENT WITHIN 3 DAYS AFTER THE END OF THE AUCTION. I will make shipping discounts on multiple items. I have run into money problems and having to sell some of my collection I've been collecting for 25 years. Keep an eye out for more to come! Stored in smoke free environment! kbd killed by death punk oi skin rac misfits primevals pharaohs styng rites the rapids tall boys torment rochee & the sarnos wigsville spliffs coffin nails batmobile caravans guana batz restless thee milkshakes deltas sharks ricochets scotty robins outer limits housewreckers long tall texans skitzo king kurt frantic flinstones turnpike cruisers p paul french empress of fur sugar puff demons stage frite termites tailgators radiacs mad sin sgt. fury klingons highliners radium cats henry & the bleeders hyperjax judder & jackrabbits scourge of river city rock-it dogs neck valve mutilators bloodsucking zombies from outer space crispy jones dirty horrible bastards as diabatz gorilla go-katz bone rattlers headless horsemen generation mongoloid johnny nightmare out of luck kitty in a casket rat monkeys rumble club stressor vaudevillains quakes stellar corpses ripmen poison bar sailor's grave chibuku Frenzy are a 3 piece band, formed in the August of 1983, during the successful revival of the Rock-a-Billy music scene around that time. Steve Whitehouse, the founder member of the group, had already found success with his previous two outifts, most notably ' The Sharks ', another 3 piece Rock-a-Billy band who had released an album and various other ditties since their formation in 1981. Indeed, Steve has been actively involved in music since 1980. Sighting musical differences, Steve left The Sharks to pursue his destiny with Frenzy.
Frenzy came to be in a music shop in Bristol, when Steve and an old friend, Simon Brand, were playing around with guitars and double basses one Saturday afternoon. Steve, 17 at the time, approached Simon about playing guitar and the rest, as they say, is history. Using old contacts and a new demo tape, Frenzy soon clinched an album deal and commenced recording on the first of ten albums to date. Merv Pepler, now of Ozric Tentacles and Eat Static fame, completed the line-up on drums.
The 3 piece soon found out they had strong song-writing abilities, creating early anthems like Robot Riot, Hall Of Mirrors, Frenzy, Cry or Die and Sweet Money. The group soon found themselves propelled to the top of their scene. Mostly bypassing support slots, Frenzy became a headlining act within a year of forming, making regular trips to London and other major U.K. cities. On top of all this, the agency that took The Sharks into Europe took Frenzy on, arranging sell-out club dates throughout Holland and Germany.
Frenzy's popularity had not gone un-noticed by some of the larger independent record labels, and soon Frenzy had been signed by ID Records in London. The new album, ' Clockwork Toy ', hit the independent charts like a rocket, and the single, ' I See Red ', went Top 10 in 3 weeks. Reaching a high spot of number 3, the single remained in the top 30 for 27 weeks. The album hit Number 8 and stayed there for 6 weeks, during which time Radio 1 picked up on Frenzy's success and played I See Red no less than 21 times. Spun by DJ's such as Janice Long, Joh...
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