FRENZY: This is the last Time 7″ + Gypsy Dancer (1981 FRENZY1) Very, very rare N.W.O.B.H.M. Original!!! Check sample.
7″ inch (Never on picture sleeve)
- This Is The Last Time 05:04
- Gypsy Dancer 04:03
Total playing time 09:07
Mega rare privately pressed, great NWOBHM item with some light, progressive influences. Both sides are very strong musically.
Line Up Larry-Lee-Lehmann (v) John O’ Conner (g) Johnny Pawlowski (g) – also in Anniversary Peter Pawlowski (b) – also in Anniversary David Nixon (d)
Notes: – Short lived act that gave us no less than three self-released singles all in the same year – It is quite possible that more recorded songs exist on some tape(s) somewhere.
LABEL: SONGWRITER’S WORKSHOP RECORDS FRENZY 1.
FORMAT: 2-TRACK, 1-DISC, STEREO, BLACK VINYL, 7-INCH, 45rpm, SINGLE.
YEAR OF RELEASE: 1981.
COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE: UNITED KINGDOM.
LABEL DESIGN: SMOOTH PAPER LABELS. ORIGINAL FIRST-PRESS WHITE LABELS WITH BLACK LETTERING.
SLEEVE DESIGN: WHITE PAPER SLEEVE – NEVER HOUSED IN A PICTURE SLEEVE.
This is NOT a bootleg or repress – this is 100% UK 1981 original, bought in the early ‘90s
Visual inspection: The A side has only very light, tinny vinyl use. B side immediately looks as heavily used with some marks.
A side had the price sticker on it, that has since been removed, leaving this mark on the label that you can easily see by looking at the picture provided.
BAND INFO: They were from Lancaster and back in the early 80’s they pretty much covered the country doing extensive, regular gigging. They also did a supporting tour with Praying Mantis and played at the Marquee club in London when it was on it’s original location in Wardour street.
This is the debut 7 ” single that has two extremely catchy slices of commercialised metal in the manner of Mother’s Ruin, with shades of some of the more accessible material penned by Iona or Hollow Ground from time to time.