Round Ear – Round 1 - 1981 - poster sleeve
SUPERB MINT UNPLAYED AS NEW IN FOLD OUT COVER WITH ORIGINAL DUST BAG - 35 YEARS OLD IN OFF THE SHELF CONDITION - grab it here http://blitzrecords.bigcartel.com/
B Teenage Adolescence
On the back of the success of “Anti-Police”, Demob supported many acts around the punk circuit at this time, including U2, UK Subs, The Angelic Upstarts, Discharge and The Beat. Most performances ended with a police presence and inevitable violence with their notorious hardcore followers, the Demob Riot Squad. The band’s mult-racial line-up sometimes attracted hostility from Nazi skinheads who attended their gigs, and the band would play several concerts in aid of the Anti-Nazi League. A second single, “No Room For You” quickly followed to add to the success, but unfortunately, like so many punk acts of the era, musical differences soon developed amongst the line up and Demob split to pursue other musical avenues in 1983.