ROUGH JUSTICE: Million To One 7″. Mint. Check audio. Ultra RARE NWOBHM. 1982 self financed single.
ROUGH JUSTICE: Million To One 7″ Very Rare / Ultra RARE British self financed single.
Hard Rock N.W.O.B.H.M a la She, Runestaff, Tokyo Rose, Witches Brew, Rox.
THIS IS AN ORIGINAL mint condition & VERY RARE 7 INCH SINGLE BY ‘ROUGH JUSTICE’
ON ROUGH JUSTICE RECORDS
MILLION TO ONE / WANDERING HEARTACHE / BROKEN DREAMS
Wonderfully melodic lead guitar solos and tasteful vibrato from Pete Lee. Ahead of his time, really. I think the third track showcases Biz’s vocal power best. The guitarist’s melodies were far more effective than constant pure speed playing although he could do that as well. Tim and Biz were 14-15 years old at the time of this recording – Pete was 17 Jon and Gavin were 19 – kids releasing their own songs on a record on their own label, well before you could just bang something out on iTunes!
Artist: Rough Justice
Label: Rough Justice Records
Location: High Wycombe a large town in Buckinghamshire, England. It is 29 miles north west of central London
7″ Rough Justice Records (1982?) R.J. 001.
Track – Artist – Title Composer
A1 Rough Justice: Million To One (T Lacey)
A2 Rough Justice: Wandering Heartache (J Lacey, P Lee, T Lacey, D Adkins)
B1 Rough Justice: Broken Dreams (T Lacey, J Lacey, E Meir)
Biz Meir (v)
Jon Lacey (g) – also in Shady Blue Orphans
Pete Lee (g)
Tim Lacey (b)
Gavin Watts (d)
The Record Collector 2008 guide book values it at £200.00 and it has gone up in price since! One was sold for £290 in 2012.