Snatch "Stanley" & "I.R.T'" British vinyl 45 record. 1977. Indie/Experimental/Art Rock.

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Even the most hardcore rock snob has probably never heard of Snatch. If they
have it’s usually in connection with Brian Eno, who they recorded an amazing
song about the Red Army Faction with in 1978 (“R.A.F.” was the b-side of the
“King’s Lead Hat” single). There is not a whole lot written about them that I
can find. They were two expat American girls living in London and Greg Shaw of
Bomp Records released their first single in 1976. They recorded sporadically
until 1980 and their singles and some demos were collected on a compilation
album in 1983.
Great condition. Real off-beat music. Crude, punk, very New York, humorous,
low brow art. A must, really. The sort of record you play when friends are over
and get the "What the F*#K is this" reaction.

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