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Boys Will Be Boys

The Boys are an English punk rock/power pop band formed in London in 1976. Forming from the ashes of London SS and The Hollywood Brats, they released two albums before signing to Safari for 1979s’ To Hell With The Boys, 1981’s Boys Only and a Christmas album as their alter egos The

Spri-ghtly Does It

Spriguns of Tolgus were a British folk rock group formed in 1972 by Mike and Mandy Morton. Having circulated a cassette album Rowdy Dowdy Day, they signed with Decca and released two albums. They were much hyped within the folk scene (prompting comparisons with Steeleye Span, whose

Byzantine Rock

Formed during the Progressive Rock boom at the dawn of the 1970s, London-based band Byzantium made two now collectable albums for A&M - Byzantium and Seasons Changing - which were followed by a self-released effort, Live & Studio. Founder member Jamie Rubenstein had previously been in Ora, who made an obscure eponymous LP for the independent Tangerine

Bon Scott’s Fraternity

Immortalised as one of rock's greatest front men at the helm of AC/DC, Bon Scott had previously served time with two other Australian rock bands.   Cherry Red already represent the rights to most of his work with late 60s pop/psychedelic group The Valentines. But now we're proud to announce we

Spirit Of The 70s

UK Progressive Rock from the early 1970s is a big part of Cherry Red's world and we're pleased to be acquiring new rights from that golden era.   If you're interested in albums by pre-Alex Harvey band Tear Gas (pictured), Brian Davison's Every Which Way, Day Of Phoenix, Irish band Light, Samurai, Paul Brett, Bond & Brown, Monument, Blue

Live Rocks!

Cherry Red have recently acquired the rights to a juggernaut full of rare live Rock recordings from the past. Part of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal, Jet Records' band Girl were clearly influenced by Glam Rock with their blonde image - we now

Cherry Red represent albums by 70s prog rockers Unicorn

Cherry Red's Prog Rock catalogue continues to grow with albums by Seventies band Unicorn. Produced by Pink Floyd guitarist Dave Gilmour, Unicorn fused Prog with American Country Rock influences across LPs Blue Pine Trees (1974), Too Many Crooks (1976) and One More Tomorrow (1977). Among

Cherry Red acquire live Humble Pie recordings

Formed as a supergroup in 1969, Humble Pie boasted the talents of Steve Marriott (ex-Small Faces), Peter Frampton (ex-Herd), Greg Ridley (ex-Spooky Tooth) and Jerry Shirley. Cherry Red now represent a catchment of live recordings by the band, captured in their early 70s prime in