With exclusive B/side featuring full non/album version of Post Apocalyptic Love Song! Third single from their recent It-s A Real Cool Baby album!
Johnny Moped are an English punk rock group from south London, who once had Chrissie Hynde (later of The Pretenders) and Captain Sensible (later of The Damned) within their ranks. Formed in Croydon in May 1974, the band were a proto-punk band. Initially calling themselves Johnny Moped and the 5 Arrogant Superstars, by August they changed their moniker to Assault and Buggery, then the Commercial Band, before reverting to just Johnny Moped by January 1975. Johnny Moped became one of the pioneering punk bands that played live in the first few months of London's now-legendary Roxy Club. They played two gigs in February 19... + INFO
'Living In A Dream World' is taken from their forthcoming album 'Lurrigate Your Mind'. The B-side is exclusive to this 7" and is a total Moped classic from the early '80s called 'Save The Baby Seals'.
Johnny Moped's first album since 2016's 'It's A Real Cool Baby'! There's a guest appearance from none other than Captain Sensible, a longtime friend and champion of the band. The original Mopeds Johnny and Slimy Toad have been joined by long time members, Jacko Pistorious, Rock-N-Roll Robot (also know as Rob from legendary ska-punk band Case) and Marty Love for this album. It was recorded at Panther Studios, Reigate and produced by longtime associate Dick Crippen.
The next 7" in Damaged Goods- 30th anniversary tribute series is a picture vinyl !! The 1988 founded label asked a few of the bands they-ve worked with over the years to come up with a cover version of one of their favourite 7" singles, the interesting thing is that the bands also had to do the original b/side as well. That made it a lot trickier and a few fell by the wayside but Damaged Goods has ended up with a great set of seven singles. This will be a PICTURE DISC 7"! Johnny Moped does a cover of the Motorhead classic [Motorhead- and it comes backed with the original b/side [City Kids- presented as a homage versio... + INFO