The wirebender presents “A punky reggae party”

PRP first released in 1977 gave a clear endorsement of rebel music’s direction, when released as the B side to Jamming it gave a list of punk acts such as the Damned, The jam and the Clash .

 If only  Bob had waited another couple of years he may well have included the Rivals whose “Future Right release in 79 which  still causes ripples to this day .

Radio On have been able to interview Marc Hebden who at 15 was the drummer for the band . Sit back and let Marc make you a cup of tea and let him tell you the story of meeting John Peel and the singles release ?

It features in the fantastic Anoraky in the Uk volume 2 by Tony Page  Another 101 RARE NEW WAVE SINGLES 77-81

Marc’  has  continued to make music we also feature him here with the Ruby Glenford project  we also feature that here.

the show finishes u with some of  David Asher’s tracks and collaboration s with On us sounds Adrian Sherwood  who also features Don Letts who has his book “There and Black again ” released alongside his CD Outta sync:

links to label and release:  

Anoraky In The UK: 101 Rare New Wave Singles 1977-81 – Tony Page & Tony Fletcher